ok, sorry if I'm posting this in the wrong place but move it to the right one and whateve. Anyway, I may have no idea why I'm talking about, using incosistent models or something, in which case I would appreciate it if you told me. Okay, if opposite charges attract, why not different quantum states. Becasue of the Pauli exclusion (as I understand it) theorem none of the fermions are ever in the same quantum state. THis would hold true to all observed effects of gravity so far. It would be related to mass becasue the more mass you have , the more particles to be in different states, and it is much weaker than electrical attraction because the quantum states are not exact opposites. comment plz.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

thx all

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# Gravity as Quantum magnetism?

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