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Spring-And-Loop Theory

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  • I took a quick look. I don't see any formulas nor some kind of rigorous derivation. Or calculations (for example of G constant). That makes it kind of worthless, sorry.
    • That is one approach to a new idea.
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      Thank you for your honesty.

    • Regarding "calculating G", there is no need to show this calculation, as part of Spring-And-Loop Theory, as the magnitude of the force, how it is calculated, etc. is unchanged in Spring-And-Loop Theory.
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      What is changed is the view of what exactly gravity is.

      Currently gravity is viewed as an attractive force and everyone is busily searching for the gravity force-carrying particle.

      Spring-And-Loop Theory says that gravity is an effect of a graviton on spring space. Imagine a chain-link fence as the spri

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