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Gravitation — a Pushing Force
An active, pushing unidirectional force

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December 31, 2003 — One of the most challenging and significant questions facing physicists today is how to reconcile an apparently expanding universe with the pulling properties of gravity. According to wave theory, only one force exists: a condensed, energetic continuum that by dint of its unidirectional, swirling and spinning movement along an energetic path creates wave formations, which the fundamental structure of everything in the universe! The wave formation is comprised of two perpendicular loops: a loop with electric properties is situated in the horizontal position and a magnetic loop that is aligned vertically (see article on Photons).

Energetic matter moving by dint of its swirling and spinning behaviors

Wave formations: the energetic loop to the right (of both pictures) pushes outward, while the magnetic loop (left) pushes the energetic matter inside

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Dr. Chaim Tejman, Copyright© 2003. All rights reserved.

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