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Posted by Haley/">Haley on April 20, 1999 18:58:23 UTC

I personally think that the whole idea is pretty weird. If there are gravitons, then there must be an equal number of antigravitons. If there is an equal number, then why do we have gravity at all? It could just be that It is located somewhere else, like in another univers. Or am I wrong?

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