On the Gravitational Constant of Our Inflating Sun and On the Origin of the Stars' Lifecycle

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Scientific Paper
Title On the Gravitational Constant of Our Inflating Sun and On the Origin of the Stars\' Lifecycle
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Author(s) Thierry De Mees
Keywords gravitomagnetism, gravitation, gyrotation, Coriolis gravity theory, Star expansion
Published 2010
Journal General Science Journal
No. of pages 4

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Abstract

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