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What goes up is ought to go down, but the following set of images goes against this law of gravity and stands upright without falling apart or falling down.
  • 26 Sep 2017
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Of course, they are not breaking the laws of physics but these people have done really an incredible job making it look like gravity defying.
  • 28 Feb 2018
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Experience one of the best trampolines at Gravity Indoor Trampoline Park. Test your kids jumping skills in this springy wonderland. It is the best park and the most popular attractions in Dubai. There is so much to do and the kids can enjoy to the fullest.
  • 22 May 2018
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You have to understand that even gravity gets tired sometimes. So what it takes a break and amazing things happen of which you will be watching images.
  • 21 Mar 2019
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Megaverse Anti-Gravity iPhoneCase
  • 21 Jul 2017
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WELCOME TO GRAVITY ENTERTAINMENT CO.
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Gravity BC, Barnaslingan Wood, Ireland,
  • 7 Aug 2017
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Though the gamers resemble funny in the real life we face every day, the meaning and the gravity of these post cannot be realized if he is not a real gamer.
  • 1 Feb 2018
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Airless spray painting is a technique with a very high coverage without overspray. Its main advantages are speed and efficiency. Due to its high working pressure (max 220 Bar) and flow rate, more jobs can be completed in less time using less labor. One of the strong points of our Airless paint sprayers mod. Testarossa is its delivery head that ranges from 30 mt. of model Superquattromila to 90 mt. of model Superventimila either in horizontal or in vertical, which permits you to save time not having to move the pump during the job. Our Airless paint sprayers mod. Testarossa can be used for a wide range of coating materials: from building (including interior and exterior jobs, impermeabilization) to carpentry , from boat (to spray antifouling paint) to industry. The products you can spray are: enamels, varnishes, primers, rust protections, distempers, emulsion paints, quartz paints, encapsulating products for asbestos, flame retardants, latex, resins, oils and many more. When equipped with the gravity tank of lt.30 the most powerful Airless paint sprayers mod. Testarossa can spray also heavy products like stucco (for Airless systems use) or thixotropic ones. When the product to be applied has particular density or viscosity, such as intumescent paints or plasters, it is necessary to equip the airless pump with a gravity tank in place of the intake system. Our models are designed to facilitate this operation: the head is disposed in vertical position so to install the tank all you have to do is to screw it on the suction valve. As a further accessory we have also designed a special version of the same intake valve that has a shutter release button, thus avoiding having to empty the tank to free its seat. Our tank has a capacity of 30 liters and is made of powder coated metal for greater strength compared to conventional plastic containers. Note the central position of the tank on the trolley that enables the operator to easily move the pump together with the p
  • 3 Oct 2016
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It's great to be busy – unless your ambitions are outstripping your current IT resources. Do you just try to struggle along as best you can? Do you scale back on your dreams and ambitions? Thanks to Gravity Systems' “remote hands” services, you don't have to settle for either of those compromises. That's because our Austin IT managed services experts can provide high-quality remote IT assistance for Houston, the Central Texas area, Phoenix AZ and every state in the U.S.
  • 21 Jun 2017
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.Aluminum Camlock coupling product descripion: quick cam &groove coupling Sizes: 1/2" to 8" aluminum camlock quick hose coupling Material: Body: aluminum; Pins, Rings and Safety clip material: Carbon steel plated or stainless steel Handles: Brass or stainless steel Thread: NPT, BSPP, BSPT Seal: NBR, BUNA, EPDM, VITON Aluminum camlock quick coupling Standard: A-A-59326 (previously called MIL-C-27487) or DIN 2828. Camlock coupling: Gravity casting/Die casting Working temperature: -150F to +250F Working pressure: max 250psi Application Oil, water, industries,
  • 23 Jun 2017
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A Dyson sphere was a colossal sphere constructed around a star, completely surrounding it. The interior of the sphere would absorb the entire energy output of that star, allowing for lifeforms to live on the interior surface almost indefinitely. Such a structure was theorized by the 20th century physicist Freeman Dyson. Dyson sphere exterior The Enterprise in orbit around the sphere One of these spheres encased a G-type star and had a diameter of two hundred million kilometers (nearly the size of the orbit of Earth around Sol), giving it an internal surface area of approximately 250 million M-class planets. The exterior shell was composed of carbon-neutronium, and the interior was much like a habitable planet with various types of terrain and an atmosphere. The sphere was equipped with a portal with the diameter of several large starships which opened to allow ships to enter the interior, where there was enough room to orbit the star. Ships were guided through using tractor beam emitters triggered by subspace signals. As no radiant sunlight or solar wind escaped from the sphere, starships were not able to detect it until they were almost on top of it. As a result, the USS Jenolan crashed onto it in 2294 after being pulled in by the sphere's immense gravity well while investigating it while en route to the Norpin colony. In 2369, the USS Enterprise-D discovered the Jenolan and investigated the sphere. The sphere was deserted because the star around which it was constructed was highly unstable. (TNG: "Relics") It seems the designers of the discovered sphere did not take into account what would happen if the chosen star became unstable, or that they did, but it unexpectedly developed beyond their means or technology to stabilize it. This apparently highlights a flaw in such a design: without complete control of the star's output powering the sphere, any problems with it that cannot be overcome renders the entire sphere useless for habitation.
  • 24 Feb 2019
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