posted on Aug, 28 2008 @ 11:03 AM
The Earth and Moon are a gravity system:
I have stated in my article that the moon rotates about an axis, passing through the centre of the earth, which is not strictly true, but does not
vitiate the conclusions I have drawn. It is well known, of course, that the two bodies revolve around a common centre of gravity which is at a
distance of a little over 2,899 miles from the earth's centre.
Once in Earth orbit, we kick out toward the Moon.
A gravity is the same every where theory:
Moreover, with the pushing gravity model, there is no need for the singularity concept, because the pressure at the centre of a black hole depends on
the nearly constant gravitational field of the Universe, so gravity does not increase infinitely. (If it is presumed that gravity is totally absorbed
on passing through the mass of a black hole, the pressures at the centre of a small
Not a proton size!!! Minimal mass of a black hole is at least 1.4 Sun
and a huge black hole should be the same.)
Thus a mass gravity and a constant gravity system?
The Moon has the same gravity as Earth yet has less mass?
And the force of mass gravity is severely limited by inverse distance
squared. After millions of miles, whats holding everything together.
Perhaps a constant gravity?
Now I understand where the hollow earth people are coming from.
Same gravity everywhere, but they never gave that assumption
that I recall.
[edit on 8/28/2008 by TeslaandLyne]