"I have thought a lot about Wallace thornhill's (the founder of 'Electric Univers Theory) theory of gravity. I found that it can explain the formations of galaxy filaments better than the mainstream theories. The Wallace's theory easily explains how…"
"Yes, gravity is a powerful displacement vector, for propulsion systems...It can be independent of mass...These ships behave like mini-planets and stars...Electro-gravitic, one could suggest...
Even close to a powerful gravitational field, such as…"
"Variable G might even explain galaxy rotation without any need for the so called 'dark matter'! The G is simply larger in a large collection of stars, making gravity stronger without adding any more matter."
"Exactly right Movella....Frankly, a ship's weight is not particularly pertinent in the context of a planetary gravity, as it creates it's own...The figure provided would only be applicable in the context of systems deactivation....when landed on the…"
"Wow! Mikala's ship at 600 tons is indeed quite heavy, however the gravity isn't determined by the planet. Instead the ship generates it's own gravitational field and is entirely independent of planetary gravity.."