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A diagram depicting the proposed existence of a hypothetical, auxiliary dimension with a constant gravitational force.

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Question: Gravity is a constant, there is a auxiliary dimension that is completely empty with nothing inside of it energy can enter this dimension and exits with the same energy as it enters in the opposite direction, it exists everywhere and nowhere and in direct proportion to to the total amount of empty space. Is this true

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or false? False. Gravity is not a constant, and there is no such thing as an auxiliary dimension. Energy cannot enter a dimension that has nothing in it, since the energy would have nowhere to go.

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Jan. 23, 2023, 5:19 a.m.

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Published: Monday, January 23, 2023