This article contains all theories of physicsthat Waterbe have used.
Waterbe Theories of Gravitation through the agesEdit
Haaguan physics involve everything having an abritary value with a dimension of 1 (known here as gravitational mass), which determines how fast it moves towards Unistarch. Because some objects were still in the sky, Haagu reasoned that anything in space must have a negative gravitational mass.
H, or Haagu's constant, which was defined as 'the amount of gravitational mass required for an object to fall towards unistarch at the speeds observed for most [household] objects
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