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Re: Theory On The Force Greater Than Gravity In The Universe.

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Posted by Galnew Einhaw/">Galnew Einhaw on February 27, 1999 07:57:54 UTC

: It was once thought that gravity was the greatest : force within the universe, and that eventually because : of this the planet earth would shrink back to it's : original minute size, however it has now been proven : that there is a much greater force that is pulling : the universe and making expand. It has also been : scientifically proven that protons and nuetrons : spinning around the atom are spinning in nothing. : I don't know whether this is a scientific fact but : it is also true that everything that people (and : animals) do it is because of what they feel, the : actions they take and the decisions they make are based : on emotions. Could it not therefor be possible for this : great force to be related to thoughts and feelings. : It sounds far fetched, but when you diesct a human : being you can only find the physical, no thoughts or : feelings can be found, the mind is 'metaphysical', : but it is most probably there, so could this force : greater than gravity be similar to our knowledge of : thought and feeling?

I'm not sure about this new force, it's sounds like you may be confused with angular momentum (very important in both atoms and planets), or something. But about a force behind our thoughts and feelings, I did a research project on that once. I found out alot of neat stuff. Although it wasn't to do with a new force, just whether the known one(s) were the cause of all our actions (determinism) or if we truely do have free will. While I'm on the subject.... When Heisenburg came up with his uncertainty principle, it kind of screwed up the subject and everyone went away, because the light used to locate an electron would change it's path. Would it be possible, if they exist, to create a graviton microscope? A graviton would have a much smaller mass (zero) and therfore momentum than that of a photon.

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