Centripetal and centrifugal forces What do you think about the following division, i.e. distinction between centripetal and centrifugal forces? gravipetal-gravifugal electropetal-electrofugal magnetopetal-magnetofugal nucleopetal-nucleofugal cohesipetal-cohesifugal Every known force can function as a centripetal force, and has inevitable reaction in centrifugal direction. The terms CENTRIFUGAL AND CENTRIPETAL are only denominations of direction of actioning - toward center or away of it. E.G. Astronauts which are orbiting Earth are levitating due to gravifugal force. In a case of levitation of astronauts is erroneus to say: they are levitating due to "centrifugal force" because that term is to general, or to large. For more,CLEARER and EASIER to understand, please see at the site: http://www.geocities.com/agravity/ANTIGRAVITY.htm THERE ARE ALSO THE DATA ON GRAVIFUGAL FLYING CRAFT Thank you!