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our gravitational constant

turns out the
attractive force
between our two bodies is
inversely proportional to
the square of the distance between us

31 Mar 09

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"As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain; and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to realty"... Albert Einstein... thanks for your perceptions... j.g. smiles
 — goeszon

so i guess the two of you only work on a grand scale and have no chance of staying together through the minutia of everyday life
 — chuckle_s

 — themolly

yes, but thats a fudge factor on the Cosmic scale -- Cosmologists used to consider that the Big Bang would result in a Big Crunch -- seems that mass and the Gravitational force of that mass is not enough when you consider that the dark dark deep of space 'n dark matter is actually accelerating expansion -- there is a slipperiness to empty space -- they are calling it the Big Rip -- however your poment is clever 'n concise 'n nice to imagine
 — AlchemiA