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Posted by Dmitry on October 26, 2005 18:17:38 UTC

So you assert that the closer we to the earth-center the bigger g.
Lets consider a case when we are in the center of our earth.
What are we gonna feel?
1.Stretching to each side.
2.Weightlessness

For example:
We have two big balls (A and B) which are located in the space 10km from each other.
You are located in the middle between them.
What are you gonna feel?
Is a gravitational field can interact with other gravitational field?


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