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  1. #1 Gravity x Acceleration=? Gravity / Energy=? Gravity/mass=? Gravity x energy=? G x M=? 
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    W e can not w e igh en ergy in my e quati on ener g y x acc elerati on= for c e no r E c2=m b ut w hat if y ou cou ld weigh a nd m eas ure aaa byb a a gravit on wo ul d i t m ak e a differenc e i n an overal l formula to s ay t hat Gra vi ty x a cce ler ati o n=s ome thing or t hat Gravity di vid ed by en erg y doe s o r tha t gr avi ty x ma ss= s ome thing or that gr av i ty x ener gy= ? or t he n l ik e mea surin g th e we igh t of e ne rg y o r th e w eight of grav ity o r an ttti tt ti gr avity or s ay that gr avi ty att ract s and repe ls ene rgy a nd mass but then how does anti- gr avi ty do that and how
    can you measure something that you can not see, hear, taste, touch, or smell?? Anyone have any thoughts? Ryan Henningsgaard


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    G rav it y, An tig r avi ty , , e n e rgy , , , mass, an c c2 are al l pa fa c tor s in the equ a tio n SOLV E


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    How are you defining "gravity"? Do you mean the force created by gravitation? Or the acceleration caused by that force? Or something else?

    But I can't really make any sense of your equations. (It doesn't help that your text is un re ad ab le.)
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    W ell you can n ot w ee e ig h e n ere ergy ho w do y ou we ig h gra vi ty o r an tttit tig ravity for th at m at ter?
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    You can only weigh things with mass. That is what "weigh" means. Gravity and energy do not have mass. However, gravity can be caused by energy as well as mass so energy does contribute to the mass of an object. And there is no such thing as "antigravity"

    But this is my last response, unless you can sort out the formatting of your posts.
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    Before we go on, ryanstar77, I'm afraid we can't go on unless you solve your formatting problem. If you can't fix it, then I am afraid we won't be able to help you.

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    You are a anam g ul l ib le m a n t h an?
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    A n o t h e r o n e f o r t h e i g n o r e l i s t. . .
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    Just a troll then. Oh well, so much for dismissing my instincts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhDemon View Post
    Was this a sockpuppet of vernpeace or was the ban based on the (laughable) content of the posts in this thread? I'm trying to get my sockpuppet spotters badge
    Didn't find other members using the same IP, but his last post looked like it called me gullible and the "formatting issue" was just too much in the end. Alternative explanations to "troll" are just too improbable to take seriously.
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