Did you possibly mean granitic?
“Let's not kid ourselves, until someone develops fancy Star Trek-like concepts such as gravitic propulsion if we want to do this seriously we'll still have to go first to the Moon and start exploiting its resources.”
“So I suppose if you ask it “how long would it take for me to fall from 30 000 feet”, it determines semantically that you are asking a question about gravitic physics, calculates distances, speeds, resistances, and masses, and tells you a number.”
“Starfleet had long ago established a host of technologies along the Federation side of the Neutral Zone to unmask cloaked Romulan vessels: subspace listening posts, gravitic sensors, tachyon detection grids.”
“Also, people need to understand that short of a major redefinition of our understanding in physics (fusion power plants, gravitic propulsion, etc.) any cost reduction is going to be limited to trying to shave a few percentage points here and there to reduce losses in the combustion of cryogenic propellants.”
“So the concept of gravitic attraction being mutual between two bodies has now been modified.”
“The gravitic says we're five miles below the surface -- theoretically.”
“UFO Disclosure would also expose advanced energy-generating and anti-gravitic propulsion technologies, which have been figured outby those involved with the UFOtopic in the black world, and would free us from our energy problems.”
“Now one of the indicators that clued scientists in on the possible existence of dark matter was such phenomena as unexplained gravitic lensing, the speeding up of the expansion of the universe, and other occurrences of effects that had their origins in gravity.”
“Pedantic Said: "the indicators that clued scientists in on the possible existence of dark matter was such phenomena as unexplained gravitic lensing, the speeding up of the expansion of the universe,…”
“Superfueled, the ship had rocketed out of line, knocking aside and stunning a dozen or more gravitic droids responsible for keeping the line in check.”
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