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Posted by Rick Schu on November 10, 2003 10:28:17 UTC

"maintaining one's balance during an earthquake means what? to gravity?"

Two massive bodies in close proximity will affect each other's gravitational fields. But on the scale we're talking about, your hopping on one leg with your arms pin-wheeling won't affect the larger sink hole.

"i AM asking whether the data can be conflated and modelled independently of contributing forces..."

Independently of contributing forces, what data?

(BTW, Good answer yanniru. Wish i'd've said it.)

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