Talk:Gravimeter

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the artcle do say nothing about measurements. The main question is: what does grawimeter really measure? Of course absolute gravimeter measure gravity field. What about others? My students please do not learn form this Web side ....:)

Overuse of links[edit]

There is no good reason to (and lots of good reasons against!) linking words like "relative" and "absolute." Might as well link "mass" or "interference" or "fringe" (wjere they can read about a new TV series). Not at all hopeful and very distracting if someone hopes to see the difference between a relative gravimeter and an absolute gravimeter by clicking on the links. --65.202.227.186 (talk) 19:52, 24 October 2008 (UTC)mjd