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Theoretical Physicist Ervin Monk of Tuskegee university proposed in 1951 that the rules of gravity throughout the universe were not set in cosmic stone but could change based on subtle variants in the cosmos. He called this theory "Eccentric Gravity", and while it was ignored by many, for us it has proven to be true.

It is believed the disappearance of the town of Bakerfield in 1959, and the discovery of a "Bakersfield City Limits " road sign in orbit in 1964 may have been a ransom negation of gravity. The Eccentric theory may also explain random reports of objects ranging from tea-cups to cars floating fandom singularities forming for brief seconds and more.

Kenedy base two has also reported random gravitational fluctuations on the moon.