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ENERGY OF THE FUTURE NOW 
GRAVITY TECHNOLOGIES PLUS 
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GravityA closed System is the third of four papers authored by Noble E. Wickliff of Gravity Technologies Plus Laboratory.
The first paper, ENERGY SOURCE, introduces a pair of general equations relating to the transcendental cosmogony of the positive and negative charges that make up all matter and antimatter.
The excessive use of brackets in the above equations emphasizes the separation of the nucleus from the orbiting charge in the manner described by Professor Bohr’s model of the Hydrogen atom.
The energy source, the eternal coexistence of a universe of matter with a universe of antimatter, is as simple as a binary orbit of two bodies in cosmic space.
The second paper, Particles, describes the specific adaptations of the above equations in the generation of the primal particles. Primal particles are those particles that occur repeatedly in the completion of more complex particles. The adaptations are p_{0} and n_{0 }unit charges, p_{1} and n_{1} primal neutrinos, and p_{2} and n_{2 }Hydrogen and HydrogenA (antimatter Hydrogen) atoms respectively.
Hydrogen Atom p_{2} = {(p_{1} n_{0})_{ }+ [N_{2} x ((n_{1}+ p_{1})_{ } (p_{0}+ n_{0}))]} + {(n_{0}) + [N_{2} x (p_{0}+ n_{0})]}
HydrogenA Atom n_{2} = {(n_{1} p_{0}) + [N_{2} x ((p_{1}+ n_{1})  (n_{0}+ p_{0}))]} + {(p_{0}) + [N_{2 }x (n_{0}+ p_{0})]}
Note that the surface of the proton is composed entirely of the nuclei of positive primal neutrinos p_{1}. Likewise the surface of the orbiting electron is composed entirely of the nuclei of the negative unit charges n_{0}.
A fourth paper, Gravity Drive, details the means to harvest the kinetic energy of gravitational particles, accelerated p_{1} particles, to initiate and maintain motion throughout the universe.
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GRAVITY 
Gravity Technologies Plus is a sole proprietorship company with a mission to define a harvestable alternate energy source, gravity, that is clean, safe, and constant throughout the universe.
Some concepts presented here may appear to conflict with popular but undefined notions of gravity. The mathematical relationships resulting from these concepts may answer questions in many other disciplines of study.

Eq. 1 p_{a} = {(p_{a1} n_{a2})_{ }+ [N_{a} x ((n_{a1}+ p_{a1})_{ } (p_{a2}+ n_{a2}))]} + {(n_{a2}) + [N_{a} x (p_{a2} + n_{a2})]}
Eq. 2 n_{a} = {(n_{a1} p_{a2}) + [N_{a} x ((p_{a1}+ n_{a1})  (n_{a2}+ p_{a2}))]} + {( p_{a2})+[N_{a }x (n_{a2}+ p_{a2})]} 