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## Spinning creates Inertia,and Inertia is Used by nature to BalanceGrav

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December 2nd 06, 09:31 PM posted to alt.astronomy
 G=EMC^2 Glazier[_1_] external usenet poster Posts: 10,860
Spinning creates Inertia,and Inertia is Used by nature to BalanceGrav

Its the dog chasing its own tail again. Inertia and gravity are the same
thing,but in fast spinning,or rotating objects they under the right
circumstances balance each other out. We see spin and gravity in
balance here on the Earth's surface. We look up and see the Sun and
theMoon. Stop rotation or spin,and gravity takes over. Think hard about
it and you can see why its gravity that wins in time. Reason is gravity
never slows down nor ever stops. Things fall into each other if there
spin ,or rotation is not fast enough. Stuff will fly away if its speed
is to great in the area of the gravitational field. Gravity wins
the end game,and black holes show this thinking is reality. Bert

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December 3rd 06, 05:25 AM posted to alt.astronomy
 Matty-o external usenet poster Posts: 7
Spinning creates Inertia,and Inertia is Used by nature to BalanceGrav

"G=EMC^2 Glazier" wrote in message
...
Its the dog chasing its own tail again. Inertia and gravity are the same
thing,but in fast spinning,or rotating objects they under the right
circumstances balance each other out. We see spin and gravity in
balance here on the Earth's surface. We look up and see the Sun and
theMoon. Stop rotation or spin,and gravity takes over. Think hard about
it and you can see why its gravity that wins in time. Reason is gravity
never slows down nor ever stops. Things fall into each other if there
spin ,or rotation is not fast enough. Stuff will fly away if its speed
is to great in the area of the gravitational field. Gravity wins
the end game,and black holes show this thinking is reality. Bert

Can you PLEASE go back on vacation?????

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