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yes that's exactly wt I am working on currently
originally posted by: [post=20223505]andy06shake
That being said I suppose if we were able to create an anti gravity field or bubble then it could also be possible to create another bubble of normal space time within such.
yes that's another vexing problem, we essentially wont know the answer, till we create both bubbles fully. the anti gravity bubble is not a part of our universe. bugs remain to be sorted out
originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: Nochzwei
Even if it were somehow possible to create a stable bubble of space time within a bubble of anti gravity, how would any occupants or instruments observe the outside universe while inside this bubble of anti gravity/negative gravity that apparently stops time?
originally posted by: Teikiatsu
I remember reading an article in a science magazine about a supposed anti-gravity phenomenon, but it wasn't just iron. Basically when two objects of the same weight were dropped in a vacuum from the same height, the less dense object consistently landed a fraction of a fraction of a millisecond sooner than the more dense object. I don't remember seeing anything else since then so I figured it was a poorly conducted study that was disproved.