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If a rotation of a 2-d disk about a 1-d line can produce centrifugal gravity, is it right to infer

that

rotation of a 3-d volume about a 2-d plane would create gravity, observable in the 3-d volume?

It is confusing to think about the direction of this gravity, if it exists

Thank you.

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# Does rotation of a 3d volume about a 2d plane create gravity?

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