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Secret of Gravity

What is gravity? And how does it work? Is there really “dark matter” out there, governing the strange mechanics of  accretion within galactic discs? I don’t believe it. And I have some ideas on the nature of gravity.

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  1. Pol permalink
    January 6, 2009 5:14 pm

    I cannot find your notes about gravity.
    Will you please give me a hint?
    Thank you

    • January 12, 2009 11:47 am

      Hi Pol, it’s true, I haven’t written yet anything here. This is due to my still ongoing research and the many recent discoveries in this field. I was especially impatient to see the first results of the Large Hadron Collider, but this gigantic machine collapsed this summer, as you might know. I don’t expect dedicated gravitational particles to be discovered. My idea is that gravitational fields enhance their strength when put into motion, very much like a dynamo. In this respect it was a very interesting discovery that the solar system is not traveling at a speed of 200 km/s but of 279 km/s around the centre of our galaxy. This has dramatically increased the need of an attracting mass of the galaxy that keeps stellar systems on their circular tracks, namely by 50%. Another one is the ratio of 1:700 that relates the weight of a galactic black whole to the weight of the accretion disk by which it is surrounded. I am still looking for experimental or better observational settings that could support my idea of galaxies being gravitational engines. The excess of gravitation found in them – in comparison to classical mechanics – which is explained nowadays by unobservable ‘dark matter’ is in my opinion simply the result of gravitational fields, i.e. massive bodies in close motion. The overall gravitation in such a system is bigger that the sum of the gravitation of its massive bodies. I believe that the sum of gravitation of two or more static massive bodies – in theory they are always considered as static because motion shouldn’t make a dfference, although such a setting of static massive bodies doesn’t exist in the universe – is different from the combined gravitation of the whole system of the same bodies when they are in relative motion and their gravitational fields generating friction. I admit that it sounds clumsy so far, but I believe it could become a testable hypothesis.

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