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What About Atomic Gravity? Is It Real? Is Gravity A Wave Like Light?

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Posted by Chris Maler/">Chris Maler on July 7, 1999 18:28:55 UTC

I have found a questionable hypothesis that suggests that a super heavy element such as the yet un-discovered element 115 may be heavy enough to have outwardly extending atomic gravity- which in turn could theoretically be amplified to extreme power. if gravitons dont exist and gravity is a wave type force then would this be , in theory, possible?

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