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# We can create zero gravity.

Question asked by noone. in #Coffee Room on Feb 22, 2010
noone. · Feb 22, 2010
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Their are 2 methods of creating zero gravity.
out of which one is completely feasible and have been implemented.

1. Using gravitational forces of attraction.
suppose if you have four magnets with equal power and you place it in 3D space(i.e. N & S on Yaxis and E & W on Xaxis) in north,south,east,west
...N
W...E
...S
then you get a ZERO gravitational pull.
The experiments which was performed by the org.of scientists was done with v.strong electromagnets and the object which they made float in the air between the magnets was a big drop(radius ,..approx 30-40mm) of water.
2. please give me some time to post the second idea...by some means i am unable to write... Posted in: #Coffee Room
hemal · Feb 23, 2010
Rank E1 - BEGINNER
thank u for ur information.
n plz try 2 send 2nd method to create zero gravity as soon as possible....
aj_onduty · Aug 27, 2010
noone.
Their are 2 methods of creating zero gravity.
out of which one is completely feasible and have been implemented.

1. Using gravitational forces of attraction.
suppose if you have four magnets with equal power and you place it in 3D space(i.e. N & S on Yaxis and E & W on Xaxis) in north,south,east,west
...N
W...E
...S
then you get a ZERO gravitational pull.
The experiments which was performed by the org.of scientists was done with v.strong electromagnets and the object which they made float in the air between the magnets was a big drop(radius ,..approx 30-40mm) of water.
2. please give me some time to post the second idea...by some means i am unable to write...
If You don't mind, can I ask you something? Is that anti gravity? we are countering gravitational force by using an electromagnetic force. Can we do something such that we can reduce the gravitational force or counter the gravitational force? Does Gravitational force possibly have a positive and negative? a north and south? Please answer this question. I am posting this question as a different thread too. Kindly answer this question here and if possible on that thread.

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