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Re: What Is Gravity?

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Posted by Human I. Scientist on December 12, 1999 19:49:42 UTC

: : We we we we... : Speak for yourself. He wasn't asking a question there. He was making a statement.

Sorry that WE.

My thinkin method is, make question and then answer it.

And then reader can read, make own conlusion, and correct, if i'm right or wrong, or continute my thinking, and correct, if necessary.

So, i open my mind, to yours, to read, and make own thinking.

To make statement, heards so official?

Also, i try to write just that, what i see at round of me, at nature.

Therefore my question, example: what is that which keeps sun and earth together, is only question of that, what i see every day.(almous, some time is cloudy)

I have try to build mechanical-system, where is sun-moon-earth, but it is impossible.

At computer can made living-view, but then holdingforce between planets is mathematical-calculation in the computer-program.

Nature dont have this mathematical-calculation.


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