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How would condensed matter produce artificial gravity (other than the mass gravity all matter already has) ?
Couple of wrinkles, where would you get the mass to compress to get your gravitational field. Secondly, if you have a gravitational field near planet, or such. It would be attracted to the planet and your spaceship would crash if you're out in interstellar space in order for the mass to pull you, you need to keep moving forward to keep pulling you, correct?
Compressed matter still requires the same amount of mass for example if the earth was the size of an orange. It would still only have 1G even though it was smaller so you would have to gather together the mass of the earth and compress it in order to have a 1G force the problem with this is as I said when you're close to the earth you will be attracted to the earth, you need to be out in deep space in order to be attracted to that orange now you have to move the orange in order for it to pull you, the only feasible way this could work is if you had an artificial source of gravity. Where you could generate a 1G force to pull you, which is why most people try and go for the opposite and create antigravity. So the 1G force behind you throws you.
I'd have to disagree they have found all kinds of different size black holes and are able to calculate the gravity by the effect they have on surrounding matter. They know that a certain size diameter will have a certain amount of gravity. As far as interdimensional travel, I am no expert I couldn't even begin to guess. As I said in my last post it would be easier to create antigravity and be propelled away from the planet endocrine try and create a mass to pull you, it's just like a horse and a wagon you spank the horses, butt with a whip or put a carrot in front of his nose. Either way you have to get the horse to move to pull your wagon. Same with your gravity mass, you must move the mass in order to move to ship my question is how you can move the mass.