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Attraction - Secrets of Gravity

Nir Reuven

Publisher: Contento De Semrik LTD

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Summary

Attraction Secrets of Gravity offers an alternative theory for the Newtonian 'attraction force' and 'gravitaion'. Its simple, clear style, enables any interested reader to understand various concepts, without needing any scientific background or in-depth knowledge in physics.  Attraction - Secrets of Gravity includes examples, illustarations and many demonstrations. Through them, it presents the absurdity in the classic theory of gravity, and explains what is similar and what differs from the Relativity Theory.
Available since: 12/04/2017.
Print length: 266 pages.

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