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Old 01-16-2005, 10:12 AM
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Jeremy Watts wrote:


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Old 01-27-2005, 02:43 AM
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Your an idit here Too moron max.

1/2 of evry atom pushes the other 1/2 down the energy slope.
Gravity is a push to less energy .
Gravity i push to less mass ...
......... As a mass is pushed up , it gains mass. Pushed up in an energy
slope .
**As the universe expands a low forms around mass . A pit to less
energy.
**less energy is less mass and atoms change mass at C. * 1/2 of
evry atom has more mass than the other half of evry atom in the field of
low.
****More mass of evry atom is falling twards it"s own pit at the
center of the atom then the other.
**Evry atom has the same energy diferance in the field. evry 1/2
atom pushes its other half as there is more mass on one side than the
other.
****There is no pull. Its a push to LESS MASS * How one atom
falls ..1/2 the atom has more mass and pushes it that way.
****** our turns SAM and AL.
**tell all us dumbasses how gravity works..
Al and Sam are hiding from me.
The subject of gravity is not one they like to deal with because they
have no clue.
As the universe expands a low forms around mass.
Gravity is a push to less .
Not a pull No attraction.
The atom pushes its self.
1/2 of evry atom is pushing its other 1/2.
Its undeniable.
Bacause if you might notice the mass gain of evry atom and the mass
loss side of evry atom
is proportional and te driferance is F andd F--MA yet V is allways the
same.
F--MA is not suposed to work here.
I have combined GR and SR.


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Old 01-27-2005, 03:17 AM
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Old 01-27-2005, 05:58 PM
tj Frazir
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Tell evryone Smith , how does mass pull mass.
How does gravity work ???

THIS IS HOW GRAVITY MOVES MASS...

****In an energy slope the atom pushes it's self. 1/2 of evry
atom pushes the other 1/2 down the energy slope. * Gravity is a push
to less energy . UP is a gain in mass and atoms change mass at C.
**********Gravity is push to less mass ... .......
As a mass is pushed up , it gains mass. Pushed up in an energy slope .
** * 1/2 of evry atom has more mass than the other half of evry
atom in the field of low.
****More mass of evry atom is falling twards it"s own pit at the
center of the atom then the other.
**Evry atom has the same energy diferance in the field. evry 1/2
atom pushes its other half as there is more mass on one side than the
other.
****There is no pull. Its a push to LESS MASS * How one atom
falls ..1/2 the atom has more mass and pushes it that way.
****** our turns SAM and AL.
**tell all us dumbasses how gravity works.. Al and Sam are hiding
from me.
****The subject of gravity is not one they like to deal with
because they have no clue.
********As the universe expands a low forms around mass.
* Gravity is a push to less .
**Not a pull No attraction.
*The atom pushes its self.
**1/2 of evry atom is pushing its other 1/2. * Its undeniable.
**Bacause if you might notice the mass gain of evry atom and the
mass loss side of evry atom
is proportional and te driferance is F andd F--MA yet V is allways the
same.
**F--MA is not suposed to work here.
**I have combined GR and SR.

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