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    The Nearest Large Boundaries (Biggest Holes) in Space:

    The nearest large boundaries to us are at the nearest regions of lowest Fb.

    That should be exactly in between the moon and Earth centers of gravity on a Euclidean straight line. Unfortunatley, the line moves continually and “quickly” in 3 dimensions.

    The location along the line(s) is easy to calculate and is the simple cancellation points of the two opposing gravitational square law forces. The region is relatively small and traverses in space quickly as we see it, i.e. it “orbits around” the planet.


     

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    And your point is...?
    Do you mind me asking how many more pointless, incomprehensible threads you are going to open ?


     

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    The Number of, as yet unposted, Baloney Postings (Biggest Nonsense) in Forum:

    The nearest large balonies to us are at the nearest posts by norgeboy.

    The number of these postings in Twtf will be exactly in between the age of norgeboy in years and the reciprocal of his IQ in quantum seconds on a Freudian slip. Unfortunatley, the slip moves continually and “quickly” and the IQ keeps going down in 3 dimensions.

    Nevertheless, the location along the line(s) is easy to calculate and is the simple cancellation points of the two opposing ofuscated origins. The resultant humbug is relatively small and traverses the forum quickly as we see it, just not quickly enough.


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    And so the Earth-surface boundary size is 10-19 meters and the boundary b would need to increase in width by the factor 1010 as an order of magnitude approximation to pass a single atom, one-dimensionally speaking.

    Since gravity is a square law here, that would imply 105 x this planet’s radius, or 50,000 Earth-diameters.

    That is a long way for our technology. It is better to use canceling forces from nearby mass to achieve low Fb.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by norgeboy View Post
    And so the Earth-surface boundary size is 10-19 meters and the boundary b would need to increase in width by the factor 1010 as an order of magnitude approximation to pass a single atom, one-dimensionally speaking.

    Since gravity is a square law here, that would imply 105 x this planet’s radius, or 50,000 Earth-diameters.

    That is a long way for our technology. It is better to use canceling forces from nearby mass to achieve low Fb.
    Meaningless gibberish ?? What is the point in all this ??
     

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