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Re: Gravity Research?

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Posted by Jimmy Of York on November 11, 1999 20:41:05 UTC

: :...It seems to me that if you could hollow out a small round chamber in the middle of the earth, and stand on any point in that small chamber, you would be weightless.

: Your intuition was correct.

: :Unless, of course, you could cancel out the gravity over your head...

: I'm not sure that I know what you mean by cancel out the gravity over your head.??

you wouldn't exactly be weightless.... would you? there would always be gravity pulling on you, no matter how little... you would have to be in the center of the universe to bo completely weightless wouldn't you? actually, not the center, just a point in which the gravity pulling on you from every direction would have to be exactly equal... is this correct?

because If you were in the center of the earth, wouldn't the gravity (a very small amount i realize) be pulling on you? and everything else in the universe for that matter...

yay or nay?

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