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On Wednesday, April 17, 2002, at 06:43 , Scott Chase wrote:
> gravity could be both what happens as one falls and the concept of what
Like I said, throw yourself over a bridge and let us know....
Gravity is a condition of the universe. It doesn't give a flying turd
whether we have a concept about it or not.
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