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Re: Anti Gravitational Force

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Posted by yelmalio/">yelmalio on February 16, 2000 15:37:50 UTC

Decompression of the same is bound to create ANTI GRAVITATIONAL FORCES. As simple as that.. Any Debates on this is welcome...

Yabbut, a vacuum is an extreme case of a decompressed mass. Vacuums are not sources of anti-gravity.

What you really need is negative mass-energy, negative pressures or negative stress-energy-momentum tensors (happy with that pmb). This has never been observed in real life.

In physics every force (but gravity) has an equal but opposite. The big deabte at the moment is why is gravity different and how to unify it with EM, weak and strong nuclear forces. That is, we don't know everything yet and it is foolish to think any one can simply solve the puzzle. But they just might.


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