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Gravity = massgravity + positronspacegravity; Ida & Dactyl #367Atom Totality 4th ed
Subject: Ida and moon Dactyl tests of gravity; PositronSpace as gravity versus massgravity, where the difference between the two can be tested. There should be experimental tests between the two forms of gravity. The PositronSpacegravity follows the regular Coulomb force and has a attraction of the PositronSpace for the ordinary matter of the Cosmos, but it also has a repulsion when large massive objects get close to one another the repulsion can be felt of their gravitational centers. So here we have an experimental test to distinguish whether positron gravity is a true component of overall gravity, whether PositronSpacegravity and massgravity forms Gravity. And there is another test between the two which is easily testable is that there should be a minimum gravitational bound or a gravitational locking of objects. In massgravity there is no minimum but in PositronSpacegravity there is a minimum of how many positrons compose the centers of the two objects in question. Now I do not know if Ida and its moon Dactyl are the smallest gravitationally bound asteroids. But the PositronSpacegravity should have a minimum such bounded system whereas the massgravity theory has no required minimum. So perhaps the asteroids can offer us proof of one of these two components of gravity. If we notice two asteroids locked in a gravitationally bound system that is smaller than predicted by the PositronSpacegravity would confirm the massgravity component. But, if we notice two asteroids which appear to be separating away from one another or conglomerations of asteroids that move away from their centers of mass would confirm the PositronSpacegravity component. Another subject where this PositronSpacegravity would figure in is the recent theory that the Moon had collided with Earth some 4.4 billion years ago. If that theory were true, then PositronSpace gravity would have played a large role in why the Moon survived as well as it survived because of the repulsive component of gravity of the center of Earth with the center of Moon PositronSpace. Now there is another astronomy observation that lends credence to PositronSpacegravity in that we observed some acceleration to galaxies in the 1990s. Well, those observations may not have been acceleration of the entire Cosmos but only a snapshot of a corner of the Cosmos where galaxies were moving away from one another due to PositronSpacegravity, much like when the Moon moved away from Earth after its near collision. So there are two obvious tests as to whether gravity has these two components. In PositronSpacegravity we have repulsion along with attraction and we have a minimal gravitationally bound system which we do not have in massgravity. Archimedes Plutonium http://www.iw.net/~a_plutonium whole entire Universe is just one big atom where dots of the electrondotcloud are galaxies 
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