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proofs that Positron Space = Gravity #358 Atom Totality theory 4th ed
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The list below seems to keep getting bigger and bigger. Perhaps there is a "deciding experiment". Perhaps the reason that no gravity waves were ever discovered but that positrons were discovered in the "vacuum of Space" qualifies as the Deciding Experiment. However, I feel that a group or collection of proofs is going to be a deciding Experiment that gravity is just Space = positrons. Now there should be several proofs that Positrons are the force of gravity and I venture to list a partial list: (a) Positrons would have no minimum mass to form a gravitational bonded system, whereas massgravity has a minimum that is larger than some â€¨reported asteroids gravitationally bound. If you have a few positrons â€¨in the center of a asteroid you can quickly have a bound system with â€¨other â€¨asteroids. (b) The oblateness of planets and stars should not exist to the extent â€¨seen with massgravity. The agreement between observed oblateness and â€¨theoretical oblateness is better with positron gravity. (c) Resonance of gravitational bounded systems is easier to explain with gravity as Positrons than with gravity as mass. (d) The extremely close and tight orbits of huge exoplanets around their â€¨exostars found in the 1990s and 2000s implies the positron gravity â€¨over that â€¨of the massgravity. (e) Now I do understand there are alot of problems of theory of supernova explosions, what triggers them and the time delays. So I think Supernova explosions study and research would be a nice natural laboratory to distinguish between gravity as massgravity or gravity as positron gravity. Also, there is a conundrum in the physics community as to when a star becomes a nova or supernova and the fine line between a star going blackhole. Well, if gravity is positron space, then you can never collect more than a given amount of positrons for that centerofthestar to ever go blackhole. (f) Now this one maybe classified under resonance but I list it separately. If gravity is positronSpace rather than massgravity, then each Stellar System has a distance away from the gravitational center of that system where a planet can form to have its rings such as Saturn rings. So that each stellar system has a special distance away from the center of the stellar system to have a planet such as Saturn. In gravity = positron Space the mathematics for a unique Saturn in every stellar system is true, but in a gravity = mass theory, we should not have a Saturn with rings. The basic idea is that Space = positron = gravity is far more stable of a overall system than is gravity = mass system. The stability of electric charge attraction as gravity is overall far more stable than a system where every piece of mass participates in the overall stability. And the rings of Saturn are a result of more stability and equilibrium than can a gravity= mass offer. 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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