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At 17:25 -0400 2002-04-18, Wade T.Smith wrote:
>On Thursday, April 18, 2002, at 01:22 , Bill Spight wrote:
>>gravity does not seem to be a force like other
>>forces, which are mediated by particles.
>This is a physics beyond my meagre understanding.
>Perhaps they are. Perhaps gravity is. I don't know.
Gravitons are spin 2 particles.
Spin 3/2 gravitinos are also found in some theories.
-- Linux User No. 256022 Gordon Joly////////// firstname.lastname@example.org
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