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Gravitation Episode 8 __FULL__



The episode closes with the first original human, Kate, walking out on her new planet. She breathes in the fresh air and takes in the nature. The womb is left for new habitants to use whenever they feel like it. In the end, the original Lewis and the love of his life are reunited at their new home. Reborn, and a new chance at life.




Gravitation Episode 8


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Gravitation has also been adapted into a two episode OVA series in 1999 directed by Shinichi Watanabe and a thirteen-episode anime television series directed by Bob Shirohata. The TV series aired in Japan from October 4, 2000 to January 10, 2001, on WOWOW Wednesdays at 18:30 and was reaired on Tokyo MX in 2007. The anime goes to roughly volume 7 of the manga. Both have been licensed for North American release by Nozomi Entertainment.


A two-part OVA adaptation was created by Plum, Animate Film, SPE Visual Works, Sony Magazines and Movic. The first episode was released on July 23, 1999 and the second was released on September 22, 1999. It used the opening theme "Blind Game Again" and the ending theme "Smashing Blue" with the lyrics, composition and arrangement done by Mad Soldiers and sung By Kinya Kotani. There is 3 insert songs, which Part 1 had one called "Spicy Marmalade", the lyrics, composition and arrangement done by Mad Soldiers and sung by Kinya Kotani. Part 2 had two, the first one "In the Moonlight" with the lyrics, composition and arrangement done by Mad Soldiers and sung By Kinya Kotani and the second "Shining Collection" with the lyrics, composition and arrangement and sung by Iceman. The series was released in North America on DVD by Nozomi Entertainment in 2005 under the name Gravitation: Lyrics of Love.


Shuichi Shindou wants, above all, to find success as a singer in his band Bad Luck along with his best friend Hiro. But life has something else in store for him: While walking through a park at night, the song lyrics he had been working on are blown out of his hand, and picked up by a tall, blond, and snarky stranger who mercilessly criticizes them. A hurt Shuichi is determined to track down the stranger (later found to be famous romance novelist Yuki Eiri) and demand an apology. But wouldn't you know it, he finds himself being strangely attracted to him by that unstoppable force called gravitation...


The rest of the series is about Bad Luck's rise to fame and the development of the rocky relationship between hyper Shuichi and emotionally cold Yuki who has a dark past of his own. They break up and get back together as the series continually seesaws between angst and comedy, but the gravitational pull of love keeps them together in the end, in spite of, or maybe because of, their vastly different personalities.


I had got a idea to share with you with it,what if the core of the Time Trap itself inside the space cyclone is actually a growing generating mass or field of chronatons that exist within the core of the time trap when it got caught and swallowed it into the center of the Space Cyclone where it was created in it.As you know in theory,chronatons are actually active quantum particles of time itself that was created and came into existence when the Universe was fully born.When a small field of those chronotons fell into the center of the Space Cyclone,like planting a seed in the center of a garden,possibly like the Galactic Whirlpool,while it was growing inside the Space Cyclone,it probably caused the gravitation forces and fields outside it to increase to capture any object,ship or and source of energy that comes across it as when does it.It too causes the properties of the chronatons in the core of the storm to speed up and speeds up the flow of Time that exist there.Causing it to continue to grow and rapidly ages almost anything that gets trapped in it.Let me know what you think of it.


Gravitation (manga)typetv seriestitleGravitationdirectorBob ShirohatastudioStudio DeennetworkWOWOWnetwork_enFile:Flag of the United States.svg Anime Network, ImaginAsian, Anime SelectsfirstOctober 4, 2000lastJanuary 10, 2001episodes13


The manga originally ended in 2002 after 12 volumes, but new chapters are being serialized in an online manga anthology . It is known as gravitation EX or gravitation genzo. The first volume of this manga has been licensed and is published in English by Tokyopop. The Gravitation novel was released in English by Tokyopop on March 7, 2006. There is also the Gravitation Colection which consists of 6 volumes, each of which has two original volumes of Gravitation in it. Gravitation has also been adapted into an anime series lasting 13 episodes. It was directed by Bob Shirohata.


A two episode OVA series was released in 1999. The thirteen-episode TV series aired in Japan from October 4, 2000 to January 10, 2001, on WOWOW satellite channel. The anime goes to roughly volume 7 of the manga. The Gravitation TV and OVA series have been licensed for North American release by Right Stuf International.


Applications > s.a. higher-dimensional gravity; scalar-tensor gravity [tests]. * Tests of gravity: Aspects of gravity that can be tested include tests of the weak and strong equivalence principles, gravitational dipole radiation, extra field components of gravitation, gravitomagnetism, and spacetime symmetries; 2015, the SKA's sensitivity will vastly improve the timing precision of millisecond pulsars. * Pulsar timing arrays: Metric perturbations caused by gravitational waves around the Earth cause variations in the arrival times of pulsar signals, so it has been proposed that simultaneous timing measurements of multiple pulsars can be used to detect gravitational waves; This method would not yield as much information about strong-field physics as direct detection with interferometers, but can potentially be better for measuring gravitational-wave polarization. @ Tests of gravity: Lyne & Kramer pw(05)mar, news Nat(06)sep; Kramer IAU(13)-a1211, IJMPD(14)-MG13; De Laurentis & De Martino IJGMP(15)-a1310 [testing f(R) gravity with PSR J0348+0432]; Wex a1402-fs [rev]; Shao et al PoS-a1501 [with the SKA]; Manchester IJMPD(15)-a1502-in; Kramer IJMPD(16)-a1606-MG14 [rev]; > s.a. tests of the equivalence principle; tests of general relativity with orbits; tests of lorentz symmetry. @ Pulsar timing arrays: issue CQG(13)#22; Cornish & van Haasteren a1406, Ravi et al MNRAS(15)-a1406 [and gravitational-wave detection]; video CQG+(14); Cornish et al PRL(18)-a1712 [tests of gravity]; Lam AJP(18)oct [acoustical analogue]; Taylor et al wp-a1903; Taylor FrYM(19)-a1906 [for young audience]; Hazboun et al PRD(19)-a1907 [sensitivity curves]; > s.a. gravitational-wave detection and propagation; gravitational waves from compact binaries; Wikipedia page. @ And spacecraft navigation systems: Dong a0812; Bernhardt et al IEEE(11)-a1111-proc; Deng et al ASR(13)-a1307. @ Related topics: Ruggiero et al IJMPD(11)-a1011 [as Earth positioning system]; Chennamangalam et al NA(15)-a1311 [modulation of pulsar signals by extraterrestrial civilizations].


And my first thought was, Hey, I know why they surveyed 1001 people and not exactly 1000! And my second thought was, Hey, I think this came up on the blog the first time that episode aired. And indeed, here it is: 041b061a72


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