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Artificial Gravity?

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Posted by Michael Davies on August 22, 2004 14:19:05 UTC

Correct me if I'm wrong. But gravity is based on how much matter an object has. So theorecticlly speaking, if you could find a material that has small mass but lots of atoms, compacted of course. You would get some gravity. Right?

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