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Old September 6th 05, 05:41   #16
fisheggs
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Re: EpDis: The Fall Of Night

Agree with Koshn, though it may have been a mistake, it could also be accurate. Gravity is an accelerating force, so going from nil, (though I didn't notice the other passengers floating anywhere? so maybe not nil?) you alter the acceleration curve (F=MxA), the mass stays the same but accelleration due to gravity is/was altered by local temperal-spacial conditions.
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