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Nikola Tesla's Gravity in two minutes.

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Nikola Tesla was working on a theory that would explain instantaneous action at a distance within a gravitational field. This theory was never published and is part of his missing secrets. But he said the Earth is like a charged metal ball moving through space which creates the enormous, rapidly varying electrostatic forces which diminish in intensity with the square of the distance from Earth, just like gravity. Since the direction of propagation radiates from Earth, the gravity is towards Earth. The theory in this short video is called Quantum Atom Theory and gravitation part of this is based on the work of people like Tesla and Newton.

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