antigravity

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antigravity

[¦an·tē¦grav·əd·ē]
(physics)
The repulsion of one body by another by means of a gravitational type of force; this has never been observed.
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The anti-G straining maneuver, a forced-breathing technique, calls for aircrew members to literally flex every muscle in their bodies, take a deep breath and then do a brief air exchange of exhaling and inhaling.
Michael Sizoo, director of plans and programs at the school, said while it still must be used occasionally with Libelle, it isn't nearly as strenuous or distracting as it is with the current anti-G suit used by the Air Force.