Oliver Thewalt

    Oliver Thewalt

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    Some questions about the cause of gravity


    1. Is gravity a force?

    2. What do you think is the way mass is coming into existence within the quantum vacuum implying?

    3. When you flip the observational plane and think about: What effect has micro gravity for the formation of planets, stars or galaxy clusters?

    4. Does a magnet which holds a paperclip against Earth's gravity has such a huge impact when taking into account the emergent effect of gravity within mass (quasi singularity of particles <---> quasi singularity of black holes)?


    Fermilab particle physicist Don Lincoln offers a good illustration: "The electromagnetic force between an electron and a proton in a hydrogen atom is 1039 times larger than the gravitational force between the same two particles. Perhaps a more intuitive example is the behavior of a magnet and a paperclip. A magnet will hold a paperclip against the Earth’s gravity. Think about what that means. A little magnet, like the one that held your art to your parent’s refrigerator when you were a kid, pulls the paperclip upwards, while the gravity of an entire planet pulls downward, and the magnet wins."

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