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Originally posted by CLPrime
The measurement of mass is actually independent of gravity (even though the presence of mass is the cause of gravity), so a change even in Earth's gravitational properties would have no effect on measured mass.
Originally posted by XPLodER
its interesting that radio active decay has also shown to be changing.
Originally posted by Drala
reply to post by redhorse
Which way is the mass drifting....did i over look that part....to me that is pretty important.
Originally posted by DralaDoes it go 1 way slowly....fluctuate....?
Originally posted by DralaSounds like neutrino interactions to me....i wonder if its accelerated alot lately...like we all are feeling....
Originally posted by Drala and the same thing effecting radioactive decay....they are likely correalated IMO. And if i could explain it you wouldn't believe me till i get my paper(phd or whatever is 3d flashy enough lol)
Originally posted by kwakakev
Gravity is not the constant people generally see it as, there is a lot of variation in the force of gravity around the world from the standard 9.8 m/s*s. It is not a huge variation, but it is enough that maps of this variation are made for guided missiles to hit their target more accurately.