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The Hunt for Earth Gravity : A History of…
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The Hunt for Earth Gravity : A History of Gravity Measurement from Galileo… (2018)

by John Milsom

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... we come now to the other questions, relating to pendulums, a subject which may appear to many exceedingly arid.

--Galileo Galilei: Two New Sciences
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From sea level near the North Pole to sea level at the equator, 'g', the Earth's gravity, decreases by about half of one per cent.
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