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The Theory Of Gravity, It Is Not Pulling, And Instead It Is Push

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Posted by Rowanda on December 16, 2004 12:31:59 UTC

"the theory of gravity, it is not pulling, and instead it is pushing from space."

Einstein would agree with this. It is, in his thinking, it is space curvature that pushes the ball back to earth. However, that space curvature does not weekend. It is always just as strong, with some minor fluctuations due to the variable position of the moon and sun with respect to the earth.

Actually YOU should give your force a name. That is what any good scientist does right off whether or not the force is understood. Of course we know from Star Wars that when the force weakens, we miss the target.

wanda

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