I read about an equation; [tex]E = mc^2[/tex] and concluded that [tex]m=\frac{E}{c^2}[/tex]. Therefore, I assume that one can create earth gravity by emitting energy equivalent to mass of earth.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I also read that, simply put, that a stars gravity can beamplifiedwhen it's core collapses, or compresses creating intense gravity field.

I put everything together and assume that you can create earth gravity by compressing a fractional amount of E equivalent to mass of earth. You can compress it using magnetic fields similar to what they use in experimental fusion generators. And one would already have such a thing because I would assume it would require lots of energy to compress E of size [tex]n \% M[/tex] to size some size [tex]m[/tex].

Why would this not work, I assume it would not since NASA is not researching any thing like because they are proposing spinning people like a spinning top to get earth gravity.

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# Artificial Gravity Field Generator Possible?

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