# A Mathematician Has Proposed A Way To Create And Manipulate Gravity

Scientists might have observed the gravitational waves or the curves in space-time. But we still have a limited knowledge about
how gravity affects the universe. André Füzfa, a mathematician at the
University of Namur in Belgium has proposed a method that would allow humans to
control gravity. Füzfa says "Studying gravity is a contemplative activity.
Generating artificial gravitational fields, that could be switched on or off at
will, is a question captured or left to science-fiction."

Füzfa proposed that by assembling huge superconducting
electromagnets, we would be able to establish a feeble gravitational field, and
this would be observed by using highly sensitive interferometers.

These interferometers would superimpose the gravitational
fields on top of each other so that the physicists could get details about
them.

It would be very difficult to make an IRL device
of this kind, with only mathematical proofs to continue.

If we are be able to control gravity just like the
way we do with the other three fundamental forces - electromagnetic, and strong
and weak nuclear forces – it might just be a big enough prize to take a gamble
on.

It would ultimately take gravitation into a new
experimental and industrial era.

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A Mathematician Has Proposed A Way To Create And Manipulate Gravity
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1/22/2016
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