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Posted by Michael Gutchess on January 15, 2003 18:42:23 UTC

but it does not threaten my theory. And it seems strangely similar to what gravity does in that between multiple objects the force between individual parties is present, but routed thru the central masses. So if you return to my original point in "impasse" I now venture that neither the force of magnetism or gravity can be blocked, but both can be rerouted thru the strongest field lines.
2) string theory is to be discarded because it is illogical and a waste of mathematics. The graviton is the opposite of a photon.
3) I found it at a site about microvita which is an interesting concept but it seems like Mr. Richardson is way out there. I hope he is right about the duality of the photon. It would make my theory look pretty good.

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