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scott_sieger

**Inverse Gavity? what the......!!**

Inverse Gravity

A few days ago in response to some thing I wrote in an extract I was asked what I meant by inverse gravity. For me this is work in progress and I have yet to firm up my theory.

Conceptually this can be a little difficult to explain.

But I shall try,

Using magnets as an Example:

WE have two bar magnets that have the usual opposing poles. North and south. Between the poles we have an imaginary centre that can be known but not defined exactly I call this centre a “teeter point” or Moo in philosophical terms. This “teeter point “ is the centre of attraction between the poles along the plane of the bar that supports the poles.

Unfortunately I can’t show a drawing so words will have to suffice.

Now. We pole our magnets so that they are north to north therefore we have a sense of repulsion. We tend to think that poles are repelling each other but where I differ is that I feel that the poles are actually more attracted elsewhere to a “teeter point” than towards each other. The south poles are attracted outwards in any direction that is attractive to them so beyond our two magnets, that are in a not very attractive state is an attraction of a north pole that we can’t see but can determine if we make the use of more magnets.

"the closer we push out opposing poles together the greater the attraction to move away becomes"

So we have our two opposing magnets and beyond these we place another two magnets with the north pole facing the duelling contest

You release the two duelling magnets and of course they move towards the centre of their attraction ( the teeter point) being the other outer magnets.

So the action of repulsion is what I call inverse gravity.

The reasoning is based on the premise that there are always at least two forces at work and if one can not determine the other force then a little imagination helps thus leading eventually to a greater understanding. Sort of, from theory to fact process.

I would really like to work with someone on the development of this concept as I think our full understanding of gravity, magnetism etc may depend on it. The quest for a universal constant, the governing of attraction is essentially what it is about.

What keeps the stars apart?

What holds earth in it’s orbit apart from centrifuge?

What is centrifuge in spacial warpage terms?

What stops reality from collapsing in on it self?

What keeps space “Flat”? or 3 dimensional?

What achieves the infinitely finite within the infinite?

Why doesn’t a magnet just collapse and keep collapsing with out being broken?

So, guys/galls…..any ideas?

Any one want to help me with this?