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Gravity signals

Gravity signals are published in the newspapers and broadcast of television.   The gravity signals have their own special  language ....a hybrid combination of  humans  languages , math languages,  graphic arts,  pictures, etc.
A basic background in traditional physics is needed.  This is taught in high-school.  Having  a basic physics textbook in your home reference library  ...along with some other basic math, biochemistry , chemistry, and geography book .... allows one to understand newspaper articles about major tragic  EVENTS.   Let's look at gravity events and gravity life and gravity information systems  ...existent  on   geography  surface of EARTH.

Gravity interacts with human mass weight.
Gravity life interacts with brain mass ...giving rise to the English language gravity thought expressions:

  • Weight - Merriam-Webster Online

    www.merriam-webster.com/thesaurus/weight[noun]
    Synonyms of weight[noun] from the Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus with antonyms, ... the quality or state of being important <a matter of little weight that is a preoccupation solely of the news media> .... Other Merriam-Webster Dictionaries ...
  • importance - Thesaurus - YourDictionary

    thesaurus.yourdictionary.com › Thesaurus
    Dictionary Home » Thesaurus » importance ... great moment; weight implies an estimation of the relative importance of something his word carries great weight ...
  • importance - definition of importance by the Free Online Dictionary ...

    www.thefreedictionary.com/importance
    Information about importance in the free online English dictionary and ... 1. significance, interest, concern, matter, moment, value, worth, weight, import, ...



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