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... years less than at the present value, not appreciably greater than 2 to 10.109 l y, fail to take into account a very elementary consequence of a universal gravitational potential. Exploding stars and a hypothetical exploding universe', which forms the currently most popular theoretical basis for the red shifts', have very definite restrictions imposed by gravity unless one wishes to consider a changing gravitational constant G [Dicke, 1957, 1959; Jordan, 1962]. In exploding stars the total energy ETmust include the gravitational potential q5 =-f' GM2/R where f' is a factor based on the density distribution as well as shape factors and G is the gravitational constant ( ...
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... p.67, in a review of Let Newton Be!- John Fauvel, editor. Summary Ginenthal's electro-gravitic theory is seen to be unfounded. The evidence he cites for support has no bearing on the theory. The work of E. J. Saxl that originally motivated Ginenthal's theory is shown to be fatally flawed and unsuited for studying gravity. The electrical interaction between Sun and planets posited by Ginenthal cannot occur because of the isolating effects of space charge sheaths on charged bodies in a plasma, which R. E. Juergens first discussed in 1972 in Pensee II. While the convection of electric charge, also first discussed by Juergens in Pensee VII, is a likely explanation ...
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... be three times more massive than its partner. This relationship is in full accord with electro-gravitic theory in that the brightness of a star is a fairly good indicator of its repulsive field. Thus intrinsically brighter stars require either a larger companion or must themselves be large to attract and hold a companion. This observed systematic relationship should not exist if gravity were the only force responsible for the production and maintenance of binary systems. The absolute magnitudes of stars should have nothing to do with binary systems because gravitational theory would allow any two stars, regardless of luminosity and mass, to become partners. Furthermore, there is a systematic difference in the orbits of binary stars, another indicator that ...
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24. Velikovsky like theory of gravity and magnetism [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 1996:1 Home | Issue Contents Newsgroups: Velikovsky like theory of gravity and magnetism From: R Sansbury, Date: Sat, 17 Jun 95 10:30:31 -0500 The standard dynamo explanation of the earth's magnetic fields has never been verified in terms of measurements of sufficient properly oriented separated and connected currents inside the molten iron core of the earth. Such currents could explain the magnetic field of the earth if they were in the form of a coil connected to rotating conductive cross section discs of the iron core sphere in such a way that the magnetic field of the current carrying coil induces a ...
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25. Thoth Vol VII, No 2: Mar 15, 2003 [Journals] [Thoth]
... [ Home ] A Catastrophics Newsletter VOL VII, No 2 March 15, 2003 EDITOR Amy Acheson PUBLISHER Michael Armstrong LIST MANAGER Brian Stewart CONTENTS RHINOMORPHIC LACUNAE . . . . . . . . . . . Mel Acheson COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND . . . . . . . . Amy Acheson COLUMBIA QUESTIONS OF SOME GRAVITY . . . . Wal Thornhill- From the press release "Scientists using a radio telescope atop the 10,000-foot-high Antarctic ice sheet have detected a 14-billion-year-old pattern from the Big Bang. The findings, announced in September by researchers from the University of Chicago and the University of California at Berkeley, support the leading theory of how the universe came to be. ...
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26. Ralph Sansbury's Work [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... charged body has a proportion of its moment of inertia attributable to the charge. Change the charge and you change the moment of inertia. The body speeds up or slows down accordingly. I, and others, have argued that mechanism (2 ) applies to the Earth and explains (1 ) best. If Sansbury's electrostatic polarization model of gravity is correct, a change in the electrostatic charge on the Earth's surface will affect the Earth's gravity directly and should show a sudden change followed by an asymptotic return to its former value as the charge leaks away. It may be that the change in G is down in the noise of the experimental determinations. Certainly, the readings would ...
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... the great triumphs of the Principia. Indeed, he went further and argued that the persistence of the orbits of the planets proved that they moved in a near vacuum."1 The theory presented here grew directly out of the concepts offered by Immanuel Velikovsky which reinstates Descartes' vortices. It is posited that there is a counter force to gravity which exerts its force on all electrically charged bodies in space by influencing their magnetic fields. When I read Velikovsky I asked myself this question: If gravity is a force of attraction between bodies, what was electromagnetism? The obvious answer was that electromagnetism was a force of repulsion between charged celestial bodies. However, the fundamental calculations related ...
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28. A Tale Of Two Venuses [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... , of the Now, in order for a body such as dust to escape from the gravitational grasp of the inner few astronomical units [where terrestrial planets formed out] of the primordial nebula? Secondly, there is an isotopic ratio paradox. The carbon isotope ratio in the patent body, it must accelerate away from it more rapidly than gravity will pull it back to the ice of Halley's Comet has a distinctly interstellar flavor. Why, then, is it not reflected surface. The rising dust, because of gravity, slows in its acceleration as it moves up and away in the isotopic ratios seen in stratospheric dust particles, which seem to indicate a from the surface. ...
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... From: Aeon V:4 (July 1999) Home | Issue Contents Out of the attic (II)... Kinetic Theory, Gravity, and Critical Fog George R. Talbott "Real scientists" are characterized by their ability to perform competent laboratory measurements, fine mathematical deductions, meaningful research; and they have the ability to appreciate ideas. A "real scientist" tries to understand. One may select a dependable political associate by what and whom he hates, but this will not do in selecting a dependable scientist. Immanuel Velikovsky never lost the sunny assumption that he was dealing with reasonable people, a peculiar optimism for one as accomplished as he was in ...
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30. Thoth Vol III, No. 13: Oct 15, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... [ Home ] THOTH A Catastrophics Newsletter Vol III, No. 13 Oct 15, 1999 EDITOR: Amy Acheson PUBLISHER: Michael Armstrong LIST MANAGER: Brian Stewart CONTENTS QUOTE OF THE DAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . by Trevor Palmer GRAVITY VS. PLASMA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . by Mel Acheson STAR WORDS . . . . . . . . . . . . .. by Ted Bond, Roger Wescott, Ev Cochrane, Dave Talbott STATE OF THE UNIVERSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . by Amy Acheson ACTION AT A ...
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