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out of electromagnetic

gravitational attraction for a very long period of time. The gravitational

acceleration needed to hold the

order of o2jr.

out of electromagnetic

**radiation**which will hold itself together by its owngravitational attraction for a very long period of time. The gravitational

acceleration needed to hold the

**radiation**in a circular orbit of radius r is of theorder of o2jr.

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Reason for weakness of gravitational

their interaction with gravitation to pure gravitational

recall the analogies with electromagnetic

for ...

Reason for weakness of gravitational

**radiation**. In turning from neutrinos andtheir interaction with gravitation to pure gravitational

**radiation**, it is appropriate torecall the analogies with electromagnetic

**radiation**(Table XIIT) and the reasonfor ...

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of the

passage of the pulse. However, considerations have been presented by Weber

on the production and detection of continuous gravitational

of the

**radiation**, and impulsively set into motion into an elliptical pattern by thepassage of the pulse. However, considerations have been presented by Weber

on the production and detection of continuous gravitational

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