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When the Second Level's gravity was affected by the van's apparent free-fall (and thereby inducing anti-gravity), why weren't the subsequent levels affected by the Second Level's weightlessness?

Like hearing the music more dimly, and Saito's wound being less intense, the effect of gravity "wear off" as you go through levels. They were only suspended in the hotel due to the van being weightless, not due any special thing happening in the hotel. Therefore, the effect of the weightlessness does not pass on seemingly at all. (Although major shocks like the van breaking through the barrier do pass through in the form of an avalanche.)

Anon_208 asked the question 2010-08-09 21:18:56 UTC view / hide
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