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Re: Re: To Who Said Gravity Doesn't Exist, Rather Light...

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Posted by John Reyes on January 27, 2001 03:26:43 UTC

Hi Comet61

Thanks for the back up , I keep trying to obtain a copy of astronomy now magazine to read about that article on light influences .

Just left a big piece of my thesis in blackhole section , am a little tired , but I will leave these guys a question .

If gravity exists then assuming it is the cause of star ignition then gravity has to have a limit of mass accumulation prior to ingiting a star which then expelles the surrounding material and which is thought to be the origin of our solar planets .

If gravity exists and does the above mentioned then how come that such stars like beetleguex and antares managed to aquire their huge mass around 20 times the mass of our sun and a radius of around 800 that of our sun .


ps I see light but cant see gravity can you .


skintless

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