PHY101 Colorado State University Gravity Force Questions Response

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It has been speculated that gravity does not truly exist as a force in itself, but is instead a manifestation of the electrostatic force, which is the force responsible for the repulsion of like-charges and the attraction of opposite charges. Do you believe this is a credible theory? Why or why not? What experiment could you devise to test this theory?

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I do believe the theory is credible. This is because of the idea of repulsive gravity between matter
and antimatter does go against intuition since the mass is considered only comp...

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