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    Question on effects of gravity on light and time

    Just a guess...wouldn't the frequency be down shifted slightly? i.e yellows would become more green etc
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    Question on effects of gravity on light and time

    What did you find out? (Just curious)
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    Anti gravity travels faster than light.

    From my understanding normal matter attracts to each other, yes? It would follow that anti-matter particles would attract each other and be repelled by normal matter, ok, I get that. But what's with the the fact that there is mass there (whether anti or normal matter) it would have an effect...
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    The Speed of Light changing through the Space

    Ok, perhaps it might be easier to get some comments by posting the first part of the document.
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    Anti gravity travels faster than light.

    It wasn't about 'belief'. 'fooling the universe' was meant as a kind of simile to portray experimentations with regards to 'effective mass'. eg I'll read up on the heat reference though. Thanks
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    Anti gravity travels faster than light.

    What about the art of fooling the Universe into believing that an object has no mass? (I don't understand the reference to heat though)
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    The Speed of Light changing through the Space

    Right, third time lucky. Here's something I wrote for a friend of mine after we had a discussion about perception. I wonder if any of you chaps would care to have a read of it (primarely the theory within the first third of the document) and make free with your comments
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    Anti gravity travels faster than light.

    Are you describe the 'Ether'? I always thought the gravity was the consequence of matter/energy acting upon space/time. How would you get a gravitational field without matter unless the gravitational field is zero and so irrelevant?
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    Rapid True Polar Wander

    http://phoenix.liunet.edu/~divenere/notes/earth_int.htm [Broken] What Causes the Earth's Magnetic Field? Early ideas about what caused the compass needle to point toward the north included some divine attraction to the polestar (North Star), or attraction to large masses of iron ore in...
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