Gravity, Antigravity, and Gravitational Shielding Along with Related Prospective Viewpoints and Possible Practical Applications: An Overview
The issues of gravity, antigravity, and gravitational shielding are all intertwined. However, we only discover a few studies that take a worldwide view of this interrelated problem. Gravity and gravity-related problems are among the most exciting areas of research for scientists, and they will remain so for many years. Einstein’s General Relativity equation is brilliant in terms of the gravity notion. The apparent inconsistency between quantum mechanics and general relativity, on the other hand, has yet to be reconciled. In a landmark article released in 1929, Edwin Hubble discussed the expanding universe. His discovery proved the existence of the antigravity effect. Gravitational shielding devices have been the subject of many studies. At this time, we expect more powerful gravity shielding systems to be developed in the near future. This review article discusses a cosmic elevator, the utilisation of sky-space for vehicles, and a modified gravity equation, among other potential and practical thoughts and ideas.
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Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kobe Gakuin University, Japan.
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