The Gravitational Superforce Hypothesis
|Title||The Gravitational Superforce Hypothesis|
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|Author(s)||Robert J Heaston|
|Journal||Journal of New Energy|
|No. of pages||8|
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The gravitational superforce hypothesis states: The gravitational force is always equal to a constant superforce for the same mass and distance that exists at the mass energy equivalence of the gravitation potential energy. A specific superforce that impacts a broad range of theoretical physics and cosmology is defined by this hypothesis. This superforce is suggested as a baseline for comparison with any future superforce.