From: Mitchell Porter (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Mar 26 2006 - 15:43:03 MST
A few thoughts: NASA's Gravity Probe B should be measuring
*Earth's* gravitomagnetic field about now. Also, you can get
heavy gravitons in string theory. It's also interesting that Tajmar
et al distinguish their observations from those of Podkletnov
(see end of gr-qc/0603033).
John K Clark said
>The interesting thing is that if confirmed it is the first major
>ever found in the General Theory Of Relativity, and it was produced in a
>on this planet. Theory predicted the effect but it is one hundred million
>trillion times larger than Einstein's General Relativity says it should be.
>Read the story at:
> John K Clark
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