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Re: Re: Re: Action And Reaction: Symmetry Of Space.

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Posted by John Reyes on February 5, 2001 13:24:01 UTC

No I have not , it was an interesting read and much appreciated , however in the vacuum of space then light being a very gentle pressure is also then subject to easy and casual movement through it and is what fills space so a pressure would lack between two identicle masses .

If it was filled with gravity then the graviton would take up the whole of space hence nothing would move through it . So if gravity dominates the universe creating a gravitational field what then happens if this field was taken away.

With light if that was taken away then everything would collapse , with gravity then the entire concept of space existing would be questioned due to the gravitational mass being equal to its inertial mass and as mass obviosly moves then the graviton does not exist .

This really tests my thinking .

Regards

John Reyes

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