### Re: ZetaTalk and Spaceguard UK (D8) <= Graviton

```In Article <f4aad97f.0108012236.51e5dd28@posting.google.com> Quantum Certainty wrote
> In the previous example I supposed that the downward
> particles moved with a speed less than the speed of light
> (because supposedly the repulsion particles move faster).

The graviton theory assume the repulsion force to be due to ANOTHER
particle, not the very same gravity particle?  Has this theory played
with both forces being due to the SAME particle?  If so, what were the
problems presented with this approach?

The repulsion force is generated as a result of two
bodies exerting a gravitational force on each other.
In the case of a tiny object on the surface of the
Earth, its gravitational pull on the Earth is
scarcely noticed by the Earth. A gnat or mite. A
nothing. Where the repulsion force has not been
invoked within the Earth by any objects placed on
the surface of the Earth, this is in play between the
Earth and her Moon. The repulsion force is
invoked between objects on the surface of the Earth,
incessantly, but this is masked by the intense force
of gravity the Earth presents and other factors such
as surface tension or friction or chemical bonding
so that the repulsion force cannot be recognized.

The gravitational force exists first. It is the static
condition. The repulsion phenomena only manifests
when, as we said, the objects are of equal size, are
free to move, and dominate the immediate
environment. Where the repulsion force comes to
equal the force of gravity by the time the objects in
play would make contact, it builds at a rate that
differs from gravity. Humans have calculated the
force of gravity, which at first they assumed was
equal for all objects but lately have come to
understand is stronger for larger objects. They have
formulas for the force of gravity which have proved
accurate on the face of their home planet. These
formulas are incomplete, and would not work as
expected elsewhere, however. The repulsion force
is infinitesimally smaller than the force of gravity,
but has a sharper curve so that it equals the force
of gravity at the point of contact. For experimental
purposes, one would have to be almost at the point
of contact for it to come into play at all, and this
in an environment where other factors are
eliminated or negated. To examine the phenomena,
Earth scientists would have to set up a lab in space,
far enough away from any planetary body so that
free movement is possible. Place two balls in a cage.
Put one in motion toward another. Microscopically
examine the interchange. They do not touch. They
do not bounce off one another. They do not touch.
ZetaTalk™, Repulsion Force
(http://www.zetatalk.com/science/s34.htm)
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