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General relativity explained by Fitzpatrick's RPR - - (Relative Phase Relationships).

 
 
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      09-23-2010
General relativity explained by Fitzpatrick's RPR - - (Relative Phase
Relationships).

Our space is built up by the average amount elements are out of phase
with each other.

Repulsive forces are generated between elements that are out of phase
more than this average.

While elements more in phase, than this average (phase coherence),
produce attractive forces.

http://www.amperefitz.com/why.general.relativity.htm

Click link above to see why we have general relativity.
 
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