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Posted by Bigelow on February 28, 2000 15:16:45 UTC

If I am on the gravitating mass will I experience an increase in weight when the object moves vs when it is stationary? But again, moving with respect to what? Maybe I can ask it this way; Can there ever be a situation where I feel an increased in gravitational pull because of the velocity of the gravitating object I am on?

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