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#1
October 16th 08, 02:46 PM posted to alt.astronomy
 G=EMC^2 Glazier[_1_] external usenet poster Posts: 10,860
What if(on Push)

What if the realm of Planck energy is a push out meeting an equal push
back energy. Fits well for gravity. TreBert

#2
October 17th 08, 01:47 PM posted to alt.astronomy
 BradGuth external usenet poster Posts: 21,544
What if(on Push)

On Oct 16, 6:46 am, (G=EMC^2 Glazier) wrote:
What if the realm of Planck energy is a push out meeting an equal push
back energy. Fits well for gravity. TreBert

You'd think electrostatic energy should offer a push, as otherwise the
electrostatic attraction is many trillions of fold stronger than
gravity.

How many teraVolts exist between Earth and Selene?

~ BG
#3
October 17th 08, 11:59 PM posted to alt.astronomy
 Saul Levy Banned First recorded activity by SpaceBanter: Jul 2006 Posts: 21,291
What if(on Push)

None, you ****TARD!

Saul Levy

On Fri, 17 Oct 2008 05:47:33 -0700 (PDT), BradGuth
wrote:

You'd think electrostatic energy should offer a push, as otherwise the
electrostatic attraction is many trillions of fold stronger than
gravity.

How many teraVolts exist between Earth and Selene?

~ BG

#4
October 18th 08, 03:11 AM posted to alt.astronomy
 BradGuth external usenet poster Posts: 21,544
What if(on Push)

On Oct 17, 5:47 am, BradGuth wrote:
On Oct 16, 6:46 am, (G=EMC^2 Glazier) wrote:

What if the realm of Planck energy is a push out meeting an equal push
back energy. Fits well for gravity. TreBert

You'd think electrostatic energy should offer a push, as otherwise the
electrostatic attraction is many trillions of fold stronger than
gravity.

How many teraVolts exist between Earth and Selene?

~ BG

Come on folks, what's the electrostatic charge potential that's
existing between Earth and Selene, and what's the attractive force?

~ BG
#5
October 18th 08, 02:27 PM posted to alt.astronomy
 G=EMC^2 Glazier[_1_] external usenet poster Posts: 10,860
What if(on Push)

BG Electricity needs a conductor to go from A to B TreBert

#6
October 18th 08, 02:38 PM posted to alt.astronomy
 G=EMC^2 Glazier[_1_] external usenet poster Posts: 10,860
What if(on Push)

When I came up with this post(thinking) those gluons kept jumping in.
Protons pushing out by their like positive poles,and gluons pushing them
back makes for a very stable nuclei in most cases. Best to keep in mind
the proton of the hydrogen atom is very very stable. Not one has decayed
so far over so many years Was invited to the U of Irvine when its
hydrogen atom detector water tank went into operation,and that has to be
well over 25 years ago TreBert

#7
October 18th 08, 04:19 PM posted to alt.astronomy
 Saul Levy Banned First recorded activity by SpaceBanter: Jul 2006 Posts: 21,291
What if(on Push)

Lightning again, BEERTbrain? lmao!

You keep repeating the same **** over and over.

Saul Levy

On Sat, 18 Oct 2008 09:27:10 -0400, (G=EMC^2
Glazier) wrote:

BG Electricity needs a conductor to go from A to B TreBert

#8
October 18th 08, 04:45 PM posted to alt.astronomy
 Saul Levy Banned First recorded activity by SpaceBanter: Jul 2006 Posts: 21,291
What if(on Push)

NONE, FOOL!

Saul Levy

On Fri, 17 Oct 2008 19:11:06 -0700 (PDT), BradGuth
wrote:

On Oct 17, 5:47 am, BradGuth wrote:
On Oct 16, 6:46 am, (G=EMC^2 Glazier) wrote:

What if the realm of Planck energy is a push out meeting an equal push
back energy. Fits well for gravity. TreBert

You'd think electrostatic energy should offer a push, as otherwise the
electrostatic attraction is many trillions of fold stronger than
gravity.

How many teraVolts exist between Earth and Selene?

~ BG

Come on folks, what's the electrostatic charge potential that's
existing between Earth and Selene, and what's the attractive force?

~ BG

#9
October 18th 08, 07:16 PM posted to alt.astronomy
 G=EMC^2 Glazier[_1_] external usenet poster Posts: 10,860
What if(on Push)

Cactus saul Its just not as funny any more now that I know how dim
witted you are. I thought at first you were pulling my leg. Lightning
needs a conductor. I can tell you how the charge build up works Could
explain how ions are produced by very strong electrical fields etc.
Reality is any thing I can tell you on lightning needing a conductor you
will not believe. Best you go to Google,and get your brain charged up.
You are indeed making a big fool out of yourself saying lightning needs
no conductor TreBert

#10
October 19th 08, 12:23 AM posted to alt.astronomy
 Saul Levy Banned First recorded activity by SpaceBanter: Jul 2006 Posts: 21,291
What if(on Push)

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