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ZetaTalk: Galaxies
Note: written during the 2001 sci.astro debates.


The Repulsion Force is what keeps suns apart, at the distance they are, or at least is a factor in this. The reach of the force of gravity is immense, as with the distance that light particles travel, but like light particles gravity particles on the move can be deflected. Light particles reaching man from across the galaxies has moved in essentially a straight path, unless being deflected or absorbed by something in its path. What is the drama that occurs when more than two gravity giants are in a vicinity, and why is it that binary suns are so common?

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