Subject: Might there be a simpler explaination for the force of gravity?
Date: Sat Dec 30 12:53:10 2000
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There have been theories that gravity could be caused by a universal
field of force acting on all sides of every mass. Therefor any near-by
mass would block this force resulting in the two objects being moved
towards each other. Have these theories been absolutely proven false?
Re: Might there be a simpler explaination for the force of gravity?
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