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Gravitation — a Pushing Force
An active, pushing unidirectional force
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When Einstein worked on the problem of gravitation during the first half of the twentieth century, he did not have access to these beautiful cosmological pictures, which essentially provide the cherished solution on their own. All that was left for me to do was observe. Wave theory provides the theoretical backing for wave structure as well as the behavior and properties of energetic matter, but this is only the beginning of a long process.

The fact that gravitation, which is almost synonymous with pulling and attraction, is in fact a pushing force comes as quite a shock, but our collective knowledge will be refined for eons to come. We can fully expect other surprises along the way.

Different levels of gravitation, each of which is characterized by a unique color.


1. Michael Rycroft, The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Space, p.219, 1990.

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