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derekwillstar:



How come in short, matter obeys the Gravity?


This is only possible for a simple reason: Matter and Gravity are SIMILAR


That are made of the same essence: the ether

follow some links, the site is in Italian, but you can activate the translator on the right (you can trust, the site and no ads and no spyware traps)


The Master of Matter : http://www.fortunadrago.it/?p=2398


The strange case of solar flares and radioactive elements : http://news.stanford.edu/news/2010/august/sun-082310.html


What is the Matter ? : http://www.fortunadrago.it/?p=2078


What is the Gravity ? : http://www.fortunadrago.it/?p=2102


The Magnetic Glue : http://www.fortunadrago.it/?page_id=2460


Magnetic Universe - The Primer Field : http://www.fortunadrago.it/?p=2744





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greetings





SkyWatcher123:
Hi derek, thanks for sharing.
Gravity may be in part, due to the voltage field within earth atmosphere (capacitor) in combination with cosmic energies entering atmosphere.
These interact with matter uniformly, as far as known, similar to eddy currents and the resistance to motion it provides, though in the gravity case, it affects the matter at its fundamental level.
peace love light

derekwillstar:

--- Quote from: SkyWatcher123 on April 09, 2013, 03:54:45 AM ---Hi derek, thanks for sharing.
Gravity may be in part, due to the voltage field within earth atmosphere (capacitor) in combination with cosmic energies entering atmosphere.
These interact with matter uniformly, as far as known, similar to eddy currents and the resistance to motion it provides, though in the gravity case, it affects the matter at its fundamental level.
peace love light

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Gravity works everywhere, in caves, underwater, in every cm3 of this planet.


cm3 and there is no life on this planet, because there is no energy cm3.


the non-serving energy by electricity, as we know, nature serves instantly produce any type of matter is necessary for the sustenance of life ...
and this he does, all the time, effectively without realizing it!

eatenbyagrue:

--- Quote from: derekwillstar on April 09, 2013, 03:10:46 AM ---

How come in short, matter obeys the Gravity?


This is only possible for a simple reason: Matter and Gravity are SIMILAR


That are made of the same essence: the ether


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Your conclusion does not follow from the premise.  The only thing we can say for sure is mass and gravity are related.  There is no need for an ether to explain this relationship, as it can have other explanations.

derekwillstar:

--- Quote from: eatenbyagrue on April 11, 2013, 06:04:31 AM ---
Your conclusion does not follow from the premise.  The only thing we can say for sure is mass and gravity are related.  There is no need for an ether to explain this relationship, as it can have other explanations.

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The key to everything is the attraction.


you can imagine for an instant as would be the planet earth, although its mass, no gravity on it?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAWuMd6GOfs


can you imagine?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9XtK6R1QAk


Life on the planet can not exist without the Gravity ...


we take it for granted, but the Gravity is vital, much more water we drink and the air we breathe!


Matter (mass) does, but it alone can not explain exhaustively what the Gravity and how it works!


There is a force in nature that interacts with matter, in an immediate and even though we are in space, and it is magnetism.
But if we ourselves were the magnets and placed in space (in the absence of gravity) to live on a giant magnetic pole??


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHrBhgwq__Q


We must therefore imagine unconditional attraction, a kind of "Glue Universal Magnetic".



P.S.
Wrote the poet Dante Alighieri (author of the Divine Comedy)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divine_Comedy
in 1308 :
The love that moves the sun and other stars (Paradise XXXIII, 145)

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