Where can I find peer-reviewed articles on the behavior of gravity as a liquid?

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In summary, peer-reviewed articles on the behavior of gravity as a liquid can be found in scientific journals such as "Physical Review Letters" and "Journal of Fluid Mechanics." These articles undergo a rigorous review process by experts in the field, ensuring the accuracy and reliability of the information presented. Online databases such as ScienceDirect and JSTOR also contain a vast collection of peer-reviewed articles on this topic. Additionally, universities and research institutions often have their own online libraries with access to peer-reviewed articles on gravity as a liquid.
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Hi there :)

My name is self explanatory, and I am from the lovely country of Portugal.
I've registered here because i am searching for knowledge in several subjects, and i found the forums on a google search.
I am not a educated guy like all of you, I'm just a regular guy, with no academic background (hard times when younger), but i do love to learn new stuff..

I do have a question though...
Could you please tell me where i can find some reading material on the subject of gravity behaving as a liquid?

I've always thought that it behaves as such, but all i find on the subject isn't really enlightening.. But maybe I am not the most google friendly guy.

Sorry about any grammar problems. English is not my native language :)Nuno Fernandes
 
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Welcome to the PF.

We need to close this thread temporarily while the Mentors discuss the subject you brought up. Back in a bit...
 
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Whelp, since the top dozen or so hits on a Google search on Liquid Gravity take me to Amazon websites to buy some:

https://www.google.com/search?q=liquid+gravity&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-b-1

it is probably not a topic that is a good match for the PF. Please do you own search, and if you can find sources that meet the criteria for PF threads (peer-reviewed mainstream scientific articles), then start a thread in the technical forums with a link to that article, and ask your specific question. For now, I'm going to buy some to see how effective it is... :smile:

https://www.google.com/search?q=liquid+gravity&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-b-1

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