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Q. Reduced gravity seems opposite [to] what the evidence suggests... If we put a man in space (ie reduced gravity), physiologically he starts to reduce his body mass. Calcium is not used to produce bone. Cardiovascular functions are reduced and muscle starts to atrophy. Isn’t your thesis backwards?

A. The reduction of bone and muscle mass in the reduced gravity of space is a confirmation of the Reduced Gravity Earth theory. An animal's bones and muscles don't need to be as strong in a reduced gravity so they waste away to suit this reduced gravity. In a reduced gravity all animals would need less bone and muscle mass to achieve the same size. This is a similar effect as we see with a man in space.