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From:     Skreyn@???.com
Date:     Thu, 19 Jan 1995 14:58:26 -0500
Subject:  Re: Reverse Gravity
A long time ago, Michael Sandy wrote:
>Now, putting a Reverse Gravity beam on a ship is more complicated.  If the
>ship rotates, so does the 'reverse gravity of unlimited height field'.
>how does this field interact with other ships?  Do its decks suddenly
>repel instead of attract?

I'd say that the reversed gravity ends with the atmosphere of the ship,
just like normal gravity would.  Otherwise, when you'd fly over a
planet (and flipped upside-down), you'd have things on the surface suddenly
lifting into the air!

- Sean
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