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To utilize gravity

My idea starts with a show I saw on the science channel, it was about the forces on our planet. I was fine with him till he got to gravity, he said gravity was a weak force so he picked up a baseball and tossed it to show. Well if gravity is such a weak force then why didn't he pick up a bulldozer and toss it. Why does it take tons of rocket fuel to launch the space shuttle into space wouldn't a little bottle rocket do the same thing? Now this guy was a scientist so with brains like this working no wonder were where were at. Were trying to come up with alternate fuels well Germany was using this back in ww 2, so how far have we progressed in 70 years? There is a machine in someones mind somewhere that will run of of gravity to run a generator or maybe a motor maybe like a pendulum or something. I know there is some way we can utilize gravity to our advantage. Wind power is nice as long as you have wind and so is solar power as long as you have sunlight but gravity is everywhere 24 7. We need to think outside the box and quit thinking of these things that are in limited supply. Now we got ethanol and bio diesel which takes food off the table and don't even supply enough fuel to take care of Rhode Island. There is a power source that can be utilized with gravity somebody just needs to put there genus into it. It's a force and contrary to some scientists it's a powerful force so if it's a force it can be utilized somehow.

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    Apr 17 2011: Well I'm thinkin' the big winner is "anti-gravity"..then we could just float goods around the world in containers and build without cranes and noise and our cars would just float peacefully any wheer we wanted to go...no fuels or propulsion...NASA id actually working on this at hte moment using acoustic levitation but so far they have only made small ball dance in a vacuum..today a small ball in a vacuuum..tomorrow containers floating around the world navigated by remote control.
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      Apr 17 2011: Well at least someone is thinking this is what we need. Remember 50 years ago nobody was thinking about a microwave oven till an idea popped in somebody's head! :>)

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