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Generalized Law of Gravitation

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A new law of gravitation is established for continuous media, which establishes the correspondence of the sign of force to the density gradient of matter. Conditions are found under which it becomes the law of gravitation of Newton. The new law predicts the observed character of the rotation curves of galaxies, the existence of "strong" gravity and gravitational equilibrium. The data of recent astronomical observations confirming the presence of gravitational forces of attraction and repulsion are given.
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272-279
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