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It seems to suggest that satellite bodies act just as shared valence electrons do when orbiting atoms. And the implications of THAT are beyond conceivable thought.
Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by Unity_99
Do you know the gravity on this? Because it's too low for water to remain present.
What do you mean by upgrade? Planets don't get upgraded.
Originally posted by ProudBird
That asteroids (and gravity) are somehow part some wild claims of an "Electric Universe"? Big problems.
The book presents new concepts in the study of gravitation. A new equation for the gravitational force is introduced, which is the correct interpretation of Kepler's third law and which has been verified experimentally to very high precision. The equation is F = a.A, or force = acceleration Area. The book also presents equations for the sequential distances of the planets from the sun and of satellites from the centers of Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus, with correlation coefficients upwards of 0.99, concluding that gravitation is quantized. A simple and useful equation for eccentricity is presented as the ratio of the sum of perturbations to the gravitational force of the sun. It is shown that Kepler's second law is not a general law; i.e., equal areas are swept in approximately equal intervals of time only near aphelion and perihelion. There is now confusion between the concepts of "force" and "energy." In the last chapter of the book, new units are introduced to clarify the two concepts. Any equation containing "mass" relates to the concept of "energy". Force is independent of mass.
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by UnivoxSuperfuzz
You have to actually know what's in the box to think outside it (or to know if it may be worthwhile). Ignorance gets you nowhere.
That is a paraphrase of what Socrates actually said. Surely you don't think that Socrates thought man is incapable of learning anything? That one will always be in a state of ignorance? If that were the case his entire life would have been in vain.
edit on 12/22/2011 by Phage because: (no reason given)
"• Correas vs. Spolter"
"• Spolter responds to Correas"
"• Correas respond to Spolter"
"• Spolter tries again"
"• Correas dispatch Spolter"
....."She rejects Newton's second law as an arbitrary definition or convention, and maintains that it is not force that is equal to mass times acceleration, but weight.
" Her equation for 'linear force' is F = ad (acceleration times distance). Her equation for 'circular force' (including gravity) is F = aA, where a is acceleration and A is the area of a circle with a radius equal to the mean distance of the orbiting body from the central body. This equation implies that the acceleration due to gravity declines by the square of the distance, but that the gravitational force of the Sun, Earth, etc. is constant for any body revolving around it. In newtonian theory, by contrast, it varies according to both the mass of the orbiting body and its distance from the central body.
Originally posted by ProudBird
Well......instead of some woo-woo from a someone who just writes mishmash, here:
BUSBY - Residents of this small Australian town were shocked to see two full moons in sky!
Tonight, there’s a full moon in Busby, Australia. Many residents were admiring it when at 1:20 a.m., local time, a second moon rose in the night sky. Residents couldn’t believe what they were seeing!
Didn't QI explain years ago ...second..... moon is called Cruithne....