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RE: Re: Gravity Wave Shielding

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Posted by The Possibilities on October 2, 2000 19:07:04 UTC

Physics as we know it is out dated to the extreme. Scientist is using 16th century physics in a 21st century world, which is constantly changing by the second. The physics of yester year has a handicap of limitations concerning the effects of motion and how to -manipulate- force which is weight/acceleration due to gravity-in which could be redirected even on earth gravity could be directed in any direction be it up down decline incline what ever but most would say its impossible to redirect gravity the force that brings physics to its knees those who don`t under stand extreme concepts are lost in the oblivion we call classical physics "Gravity Shielding" is possible but to fully understand it- is to be heretic of all sciences sending classical physics on a one way ticket to oblivionů

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