What is Gravity?

Earth gravity field

Definition of Gravity?

Gravity is a force of attraction between objects.

Conventional scientists do not really know how Gravity is made. They can calculate a rocket trajectory from Earth to the moon, but they do not know what really causes gravity. Scientists also do not know how gravity can be generated artificially.

Einstein talked

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Hoverboard with Anti-gravity Technology?

What is Gravity?…

How long will it take before we have a real anti-gravity technology board, like in the movie “Back to the Future” hoverboard?

The short answer is: nobody seems to know.

So far the answer to Gravity within the laws of Physics seems do still elude us. Humans are pretty clever

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Research Notes for Hooper Electric Coil

Update by Nils Rognerud: If you are interested in the research by Dr. Hooper on the motional electric field, I also recommend a study of some of the research notes from Francis Gibson [bolded text added by editor]:

Fig 2

Francis Gibson: “Fig 2 shows how we measured the presence of this motional

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Speed of Gravity?

I enjoyed reading a paper on the speed of gravity by Tom Van Flandern, University of Maryland.

He says: “…gravity is once again taken to be a propagating force of nature in flat space-time with the propagation speed indicated by observational evidence and experiments: not less than 2 x 1010 c.“

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Does All Mass Have Weight?

After you read the basic ElectroGravity paper “Free Fall of Elementary Particles“, you will understand that mass does not always have weight.

We may all agree that mass is a direct function of the speed of propagation of electromagnetic energy. However, weight is not always a function of mass.

For example; elementary particles,

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