posted on Jul, 16 2010 @ 07:53 AM
reply to post by buddha
I have given up on writing for now, until I can take some writing classes to help expand my 10 page short story into a novel if it is even possible,
it is possible that the story in itself is only a 10 page story. Also since I am 36 have two extremely young children, this may never come to pass,
and may have to turn over the story to my kids when they are older to see what they can do with it.
I have heard many explanations for what gravity is or thought to be. I have not read your links yet but I do intend to give them my full attention
One of my favorite theories on gravity is that it is a combination of effects; the material the planet or celestial body is made up of combined with
magnetism (also having to do with what the planet or celestial body is made of) and centrifugal force (not just the centrifugal force of the object
spinning itself but the other objects that spin with it as well as what it spins around).
The centrifugal force aspect takes in to count such things that the sun itself is spinning and moving, Each planet is caught in the sun’s
centrifugal force and is also spinning causing it’s own centrifugal force, which effects the other planets and meteors and such. Each planet that
has a moon is caught in it’s place by the centrifugal force of it’s planet, and some have their own spin, even our moon although to us it looks
static is rotating. The Material the planet made of also aids in how strong the centrifugal force is which also can cause some of its material to have
magnetic properties as well. With all of these things in motion, gravity is created.
The above is not my theory, and unfortunately I don’t remember the source and because of this it is not a direct quote so I may be misrepresenting
some of it, but I think you can ascertain the idea.