of or relating to pseudogravity n.
He felt the pull of the pseudo gravitational field, felt his legs grow heavy.
But the hyperdrive vibrations can be detected a light-year away if you have sensitive instruments—pseudogravitational pulses of infinite velocity.
But the ‘pseudo-gravitational’ force due to acceleration can—in principle at least—be made uniform and parallel over as great a volume of space as desired.
She felt a slight, pseudogravitational tug at her bones.
The Station had been designed with a simulated gravity…. I never saw the point in this pseudo-gravitational artifice.
Robert Heinlein, in Astounding
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