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The theory of the Newton’s law of universal gravitation as a phenomenon of repulsion describing the proper state of the existing universe

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The paper describes the logical and at the same time the proper theory of the Newton’s law of universal gravitation in the universe. It presents the observed principles of “attraction” as a phenomenon of repulsion based on the difference of dark matter pressure. This paper proves in theory that the phenomenon of “gravitation”, as a phenomenon of attraction, does not exist (no mechanisms) and is mistakenly confused with the phenomenon of repulsion.
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  • Astronomical Observatory, 22/12, Adama Mickiewicza Street, 78-520 Złocieniec, District Drawski, West Pomerania, Poland
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