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|Author(s)||Thierry De Mees|
|Keywords||Coriolis Gravity, inertia|
|Journal||Proceedings of the NPA|
|No. of pages||2|
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Inertia is analyzed in the light of the Coriolis Gravity Theory. It is found that inertia is orientation-dependent, which opens a way to outsmart its effects. Particles can be oriented and made inertia-insensitive for given accelerations and forces by using magnetic fields. Although the theory allows it, effective technology to realize this still has to be developed.