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Gravitational force

Gravitational force

(Science: physics) force which attracts two bodies together based on the product of their masses and the reciprocal of the square of their distances. Gravity is the force field created by one massive body (like the earth) which another body (like you) will experience.

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Re: The general theory of origin of life

... Trajectory of movement electrons and the lightning, the mechanism of gravitational attraction, the nature and structure of the force fields (electric and magnetic), the structure of the atomic nucleus, the nature and mechanism ...

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Mon May 06, 2013 7:55 pm
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Re: Animal cell nucleus shape changes

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... They pick up sticks and string from low places and carry it against the force of gravity to high places, making it into a nest. This converts the chemical potential energy of the ATP to gravitational potential energy in the nest. Get it?

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by RobJim
Fri Feb 11, 2005 5:19 am
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: Photosynthesis
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