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Communicate By Gravity

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Posted by Michael Headley on January 26, 2004 01:49:07 UTC

Any comments on my postulate?
POSTULATE ON GRAVITY as a means of communication.

The force GRAVITY is all connected through-out the Universe.
As the moon’s movement visibly influences the tides, it also influences every particle on earth, and vice-versa.
As electromagnetic waves behave, gravity has its largest amount of energy influence at the source. As you move away from the source, this energy reduces in strength to the order of the inverse square of distance from the source.
As in tides, gravitational signals are generated by relative movement of matter. These signals are transmitted at a speed infinitely greater than the speed of light through out the universe even into and out of black holes.
By rhythmically modulating movement of masses and with the development of sensitive enough detectors, as we now have in radios, one can send and receive codes to and from anywhere by means of universal gravitational connection.

Be careful of the signals you send as you dance. Somebody somewhere may be able to discriminate your signals from the general soup of gravitational signals around.

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