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What does space has to do with gravity?
« on: 24/03/2012 13:23:32 »
Space and gravity exist in a uneasy bond. If you accelerate you get a gravity, if you then have a uniform motion after that acceleration, gravity disappear. Will space  (the distance measured from the front of his motion) shrink in both circumstances for the observer inside that starship?

Why.


 

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