Talk:Gravitational anomaly

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The link to "known and purported gravitational anomalies" should specify that these anomalies are not related to the quantum theory anomalies that seem to be the subject of this article. Or, more likely, the link should be removed because the "anomalies" are just a bunch of tourist traps where people built houses sideways. I don't think it belongs here. Cesoid 04:26, 27 September 2006 (UTC)

Curious Riddle[edit]

Here we have a curious riddle, the page here that says gravitational anomalies are purely quantum events -
Another page that says that gravitational anomalies can be all kinds of things. Sub-page - Even more curiously the first page points to the second as a source of information about gravity.
Stranger still by changing the word from 'gravitation' to 'gravity' you get a third page of slightly different anomalies -
Some kind of unification or at least clarification seems to be needed. Lucien86 (talk) 15:44, 4 October 2014 (UTC)