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What Scientific Device..?

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toast
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27 minutes ago, mooncresentgirl said:

Ok, thanks, can gravity pull in EM energy through solid objects?

Yes, but you need a GPPD unit (Gravitation Pull Pliers Device). For private use, a GPPD with 10f/z°G to 50f/z°G will fit, they are at 55-65$, check Amazon/Ebay.

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mooncresentgirl
33 minutes ago, toast said:

Yes, but you need a GPPD unit (Gravitation Pull Pliers Device). For private use, a GPPD with 10f/z°G to 50f/z°G will fit, they are at 55-65$, check Amazon/Ebay.

Are you being serious? I looked for it on Amazon, eBay and on Google, but it couldn't be found.

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Rlyeh
59 minutes ago, mooncresentgirl said:

Ok, thanks, can gravity pull in EM energy through solid objects?

I doubt it, the solid objects will being getting pulled by the gravity too.

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drakonwick

This thread really went out there! Black Hole, out there! lol

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Emma_Acid
On 3/17/2020 at 3:18 PM, mooncresentgirl said:

Ok, thanks, can gravity pull in EM energy through solid objects?

I think you might have a slightly distorted concept of what energy is. It is not a thing that can be "sucked up" and gathered like liquid or gas. It is a description of a system, that's all.

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drakonwick

I'm just seeing Marvel Comics Electro with this.

Image result for Marvel Electro

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