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In a related thought to my last post, is it possible that the gravitational constant in intergalatic space (particularly in the great voids that are known to exist) is somewhat different that what we measure it to be? I ask this because the gravitational constant we observe is, to the best of my knowledge, measured while immersed in the dark matter of our own galaxy.

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