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  • Frank.P.Mehlich@chemie.uni-giessen.de
    ... Sorry for interrupting your discussion, but this is a key question for me and I d really like to read that. Can you please quote the source? Who did ever
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 28, 2001
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      > To: greenglow@egroups.com (antigrav)
      > From: Daniel Lapadatu <cyrano@...> (by way of cyrano@...)
      > Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2001 21:59:42 +0900
      > Reply-to: forcefieldpropulsionphysics@yahoogroups.com
      > Subject: [forcefieldpropulsionphysics] mails


      > [Milo]
      > Anti-gravity is a big issue. A positive conclusion is valuable. What do you
      > think about a space measurement of many particles near-earth ? Their
      > average directions and energy might give the answer.
      >
      > [DL]
      > The experiments carried out with antiparticles resulted in the fact
      > that they fall towards the Earth in the same way as all the other particles
      > and objects do. Charged particles are easier to be measured, because one can
      > use some electromagnetic effects to derive the movement...

      Sorry for interrupting your discussion, but this is a key question
      for me and I'd really like to read that.
      Can you please quote the source?
      Who did ever make this experiment (free falling uncharged anti
      matter) ?

      I thought the bets are still open.

      yours sincerely,
      Frank
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