I was thinking about the Space Elevator idea, and I think most of us can agree that as one goes higher up the the tower, the pull of gravity gets weaker and "centrifugal force" gets stronger (compared to one another), untill the altitude of geosynchronous orbit, where the two become equal. So then, above 22,365 miles of altitude, centrifugal force would become stronger than gravitation, and anyone riding the Space Elevator to a point above this height would experience a net force holding them to the poart of the tower away from the Earth. But, if my thinking on this is clear, centrifgal force is only getting stronger when compared to gravity. In truth, centrifugal force gets weaker as one gets further from the center of rotation (if rotational frequency remains constant). So it would seem that, above geosynch, a person could experience some "artificial gravity" caused by the rotation of the tower, but this gravity could never be anything aproaching Earth Normal gravity. Do you all agree or diagree?