The presence of an apparently increased gravitational field in an accelerating or rotating situation(noun)
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Use "hypergravity" in a sentence
"When they arrive at an interstellar waystation, they find that it's being hammered by hypergravity shock waves originating in nearby Starmaker, better known to Bandicut as the Great Orion Nebula."
"A 2008 paper titled "Hormesis in Aging" by researchers from the Laboratory of Cellular Aging, Department of Molecular Biology, University of Aarhus in Denmark concluded that "single or multiple exposure to low doses of otherwise harmful agents, such as irradiation, food limitation, heat stress, hypergravity, reactive oxygen species and other free radicals have a variety of anti-aging and longevity-extending hormetic effects.""
"The influence of hypergravity on the Paramecium bursaria-Chlorella sp. symbiotic association."