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Never mind theory. Show me an example of two masses that do not attract one another. And don't confuse yourself with buoyancy, because that necessarily involves a third mass for which even you can't assign a polarity!
More drivel Please provide an instance of gravitational repulsion.
By adding energy to air , the air gains positive mass that in effect cancels out the negative mass flow that is attracted to the positive mass of the core and ground.
Fire rises, fire is positive mass, burning embers rise.
Lavoisier showed that this was wrong.
Please provide an example of negative gravitation. Your Nobel Prize awaits.
When it is trapped behind an event horizon and pointing inward toward a singularity?
The Box : E=mc² is exactly the same as F=ma² when (c) and (a) are accelerations of the same magnitude?