gravity
arthur_seaman

Nuneaton, UK

#1 Sep 12, 2011
gravity is generated by the quark structure within all protons as
two gravity waves with an infinitely low positive potential.
These become disrupted by interference into pulses of gravity waves with a low positive potential.
they attract all negative charge and negative charge potentials.
they repel all positive charge and positive charge potentials.
this clearly explains the differences between active, passive and inertial mass.
inertial mass is similar to but not equal to or equivalent to gravitational mass.
this concept also explains how equilibrium is reached between some bodies of matter in space.

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