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Re: Gravity Doesn't Exist?

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Posted by John Reyes on January 25, 2001 02:05:58 UTC

You say if gravity did not exist then things would fall at the same rate ,

How about dropping a hammer and feather on the moon ! AGAIN .

a football punter can kick further on the moon !

What is the cause of your reason to suspect that I got my ideas on light off the web from another person , is it because I have shaken your ground a little !

Yes I would use your thought experiment with a piece of glass and a clear piece of rock , the trouble is that the earth would for some huge reason that I cannot fathom out seem to get in the way !

if light is holding the universe and doing so in a manner I have yet not explained then do you know why the night sky is dark , because light is everywhere .

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