# Gravity can be linear, but also nonlinear with flows and fluctuations

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Jonathan Oppenheim thinks that gravity might be fundamentally classical, meaning it isnâ€™t quantum at all. https://sciencenews.org/article/gravity-quantum-mechanics-physics-theory

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Yes. 20 years ago I used the small network of superconducting gravimeters to measure the speed of gravity. At low sampling rates, the field is nearly perfectly Newtonian. At micro nano pico femto scales the potential is is better modeled by flows, which can have countable events.

Yes. 20 years ago I used the small network of superconducting gravimeters to measure the speed of gravity. At low sampling rates, the field is nearly perfectly Newtonian. At micro nano pico femto scales the potential is better modeled by flows, with fluctuations and sources.

Yes. 20 years ago I used the small network of superconducting gravimeters to measure the speed of gravity. At low sampling rates, the field is nearly perfectly Newtonian. Gravity can be linear, but also nonlinear with flows and fluctuations, events and complex solitons.

Yes. 20 years ago I used the small network of superconducting gravimeters to measure the speed of gravity. At low sampling rates, the field is nearly perfectly Newtonian. Gravity can be linear, but also nonlinear with flows and fluctuations, events and complex sources.

Yes. 20 years ago I used the small network of superconducting gravimeters to measure the speed of gravity. At low sampling rates, the field is nearly perfectly Newtonian and linear. At high sample rates usually nonlinear with flows and fluctuations, events and complex sources.

Yes. 20 years ago I used the small network of superconducting gravimeters to measure the speed of gravity. At low sampling rates, the field is nearly perfectly Newtonian and linear. At high sampling rates usually nonlinear with flows and fluctuations, events and complex sources.