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The Refutation of Gravitational Attraction

By Huang, Cres

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Title: The Refutation of Gravitational Attraction  
Author: Huang, Cres
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Science, Physics
Collections: Science, Authors Community, Science Fiction Collection
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2015
Publisher: Self-published
Member Page: Cres Huang

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Falling body experiments have shown us the gravitational acceleration is independent of composition, shape, size, and distance. However, attracting acceleration is dependent on composition, shape, size, and distance. Therefore: Gravity is not an attraction. Gravity is a contact force of all elements moving toward a target in uniform acceleration regardless of their differences in composition, shape, size, and distance. As any force, gravity can not exist without mass. It has to be built by mass and it's momentum in the process of growing body. Only head-on congregation from gentle pairing to high speed collision can build such one way potential toward a common center. It is built together with the mass. The gathering coalesces structure, increases it size, and binding force of gravity. It is push, squeeze, or compression, but attraction or pull. A concentrative potential of all joined elements. Objects move to minimum contact field would lost their concentrative potential and experience micro gravity or weightlessness.

Summary
Falling body experiments have shown us the uniform acceleration of a falling body regardless of composition, shape, size, and distance. However, there is one important fact that has been overlooked: Gravitational acceleration is independent of composition, shape, size, and distance. The paradox is, attracting acceleration is dependent on composition, shape, size, and distance. Therefore: Gravity is not a force of attraction. It is a force of all elements moving toward a target in uniform acceleration regardless of their differences in shape, size, composition, and distance. Only one momentum can build such one way concentrative potential, head-on congregation from gentle pairing to high speed collision. A concentrative potential of all joined elements. Objects move to minimum contact field would lost their concentrative potential and experience micro gravity or weightlessness. As any force, gravity can not exist without mass. It does not come from nowhere, nor exists by itself. It has to be built by mass and it's momentum in the process of growing body. The gathering coalesces structure, increases it size, and binding force of gravity. It is push, squeeze, or compression, but attraction or pull.

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Gravitational acceleration is independent of composition, shape, size, and distance. However, attracting is dependent on composition, shape, size, and distance. Therefore: Gravity is not a force of attraction. It is a contact force of all elements moving toward a target in uniform acceleration regardless of their differences in composition, shape, size, and distance; a concentrative potential. Objects move to minimum contact field would lost their concentrative potential and experience micro gravity or weightlessness.

Table of Contents
1 Introduction 2 Free Fall Test 3 Attraction and Tear 4 Magnetic Attraction 5 Inescapable Collision of Attraction 6 Summary References


 

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