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Posted by Greg Luton on February 1, 2003 05:35:09 UTC


The acceleration due to gravity is an accelearation of the volumes occupied by the masses and is dependent on the distances between the masses. Where is the contradiction? I do not see it.

Are you trying to get me to prove that gravitational mass and inertial mass are the same thing? I can not do that. And I do not know of anyone who can. Do you?

I used the unit "mass" because that is what the evaluation called for. I also proved that the "mass" in the evaluation is actually a measure of volume. The formula shows that gravity is proportional to the distance between the center points of the "masses". Any values given to the "masses" obviously reflect the volumes thereof.

There is nothing contradictory about my explanation. It is a very different view of natural phenomena and it is not easily grasped, especially by a mind that has been trained to think otherwise.


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