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Hello. I was watching TV when I heard this "Beyond the gravitational pole!"
A and B were in a house with two other people and they wanted to leave them.
A: Let's go.
B: Go where?
A: Beyond the gravitational pole.

Is this some special expression which I'm not familiar with?
Thanks in advance.
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Hi,

Hello. I was watching TV when I heard this "Beyond the gravitational pole!"
A and B were in a house with two other people and they wanted to leave them.
A: Let's go.
B: Go where?
A: Beyond the gravitational pole.

Is this some special expression which I'm not familiar with?
No, I've neverheard this. It sounds like he was just speaking nonsense, for fun, or perhaps you misheard what was said.

Of course, if Albert Einstein said this, we'd consider it a little more seriously.Emotion: smile

Best wishes, Clive
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Maybe it was "gravitational pull"? Meaning outer space. Or at L5 Emotion: wink