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Speed Of Gravity

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Posted by Terry O Neill on May 27, 2002 09:49:30 UTC

Just a thought that occured to me. If the force of gravity is equated to a speed. I.e if your in one of nassa's training planes for freefall and zero float because for a few seconds you match the speed of gravity then would it not equate that if you could build a craft that could travel faster than the pull of gravity from a blackhole, then would that mean that a ship could travel through a blackhole.I know that even light cannot escape a blackhole. but its only a theory.

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