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Posted by Greg Luton on January 14, 2003 05:25:19 UTC

I have read some of the critiques of your theory on this web page and they are not very succinct. I too have some difficulty with your theory, but I will try to question you in a manner you can answer and maybe we will both become more enlightened.

1. Electromagnetic waves can be blocked by objects or interfered with by other E.M. waves. There is no method I am familiar with that can interfere with gravity. If gravity and magnetism are different aspects of the same force should not there be a way to interfere with gravity?

2. You write of gravitons, but who has actually seen one or verified the presence of one?

3. What is the measure of energy? What is the measure of gravity? Be careful now, this answer is not as obvious as it seems.

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