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Quantum Gravity & Quarks

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Posted by Wayne/">Wayne on November 17, 1999 15:30:14 UTC

I was ridiculed (ever so gently, I recall the comment being: "one plus one = zero") in an ealier post for stating my position that, two particles of equal mass and density would have zero gravitational attrictive force on each other. In other words, at their point of contact, their own mass would be "recalling" the surface point in question. I now believe string theory relating to quarks may prove this true. In the most recent information I have seen, quarks always come in clusters of three particles which cannot be seperated. As I stated before, I believe the requirement for gravitational attraction would demand at least three particles of equal mass and density so that two would overpower the one. Quarks seem to suppot this idea to my way of thinking, and may well be the key to unlocking a quantum theory of gravity. Just my opinion.

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