# Principles of Gravity Manipulation via the Quantum Vacuum

@inproceedings{Corbera2002PrinciplesOG, title={Principles of Gravity Manipulation via the Quantum Vacuum}, author={Francisco Corbera}, year={2002} }

By expressing natural constants in terms of Planck units, we found that the Universal Gravitation Constant is the inverse of vacuum density matter-equivalent and the square of Planck time, being the former equal to Planck mass divided by Planck volume. The corresponding new equation of gravitation presented here reveals that gravitation can be manipulated via vacuum energy. Additionally, from Coulomb’s constant, we can derive the “Planck charge” and the corresponding density of virtual vacuum…

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