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>> No.10288703 [View]
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According to Einstein, gravity comes from space not from the object with mass... it would be a force exerced by space when there is an object on space... sorry guys but gravity is a force exerced by the object not by space.

Space could make a difference since gravity could affect space too, so the routes of objects would be different, when something is attracted the route of colision would be different because space could be distorted, maybe.

But the source of gravity is the object not space.

Do I really need to refound Physics all alone?

I'm the force holder but you could try too.

Sorry guys your degrees are being revoked.

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To the furthest places of the universe.

These particles have very little mass but they have been sent for billions and billions of years.

So it would actually influence the balance of the universe, specially in furthest regions, because the dark matter is being sent and it has mass, we would verify mass accumulation at distant places.

This mass would have gravity and attract the galaxies to it.

So maybe that's why the galaxies are going away.



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