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Neomechanical Gravitation Theory. Glenn Borchardt Progressive Science Institute Berkeley, CA 94705. Stephen J. Puetz Progressive Science Institute Honolulu, HI 96815. OUTLINE. Introduction Assumptions Neomechanics vs. CLASSICAL Mechanics Gravitation and the Formation of Matter

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neomechanical gravitation theory

Neomechanical Gravitation Theory

Glenn Borchardt

Progressive Science Institute

Berkeley, CA 94705

Stephen J. Puetz

Progressive Science Institute

Honolulu, HI 96815

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OUTLINE

Introduction

Assumptions

Neomechanics vs. CLASSICAL Mechanics

Gravitation and the Formation of Matter

Vortex Formation

Vortex Dynamics

Gravitational Pressure Gradient

Gravitation as a Local Phenomenon

CONCLUSIONS

fundamental assumptions

Fundamental Assumptions

  • They always have opposites.
  • They never can be completely proven.
  • If more than one, they must be consupponible.
4 inseparability

4. INSEPARABILITY

Just as there is no motion without matter, so there is no matter without motion

5 conservation

5. CONSERVATION

Matter and the motion of matter neither can be created nor destroyed.

6 complementarity

6. COMPLEMENTARITY

All bodies are subject to divergence and convergence from other bodies.

8 infinity

8. INFINITY

The universe is infinite, both in the microscopic and the macroscopic directions.

(Changes classical mechanics to neomechanics.)

9 relativism

9. RELATIVISM

All things have characteristics that make them similar to all other things as well as characteristics that make them dissimilar to all other things.

10 interconnection

10. INTERCONNECTION

All things are interconnected, that is, between any two objects exist other objects that transmit matter and motion.

univironmental determinism

Univironmental Determinism

The Universal Mechanism of Evolution

What happens to a portion of the universe depends on the infinite matter in motion

within and the infinite matter in motion

without.

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CLASSICAL MECHANICS

Observation

1st

P = mv

Cause

2nd

  • V1
  • V2

F = ma

>

  • V1
  • V2

Effect

3rd

  • V1
  • V2

<

  • V1
  • V2
complexification

Complexification

Gravitation is the local interaction between free, active aether and complexed aether.

6 complementarity1

6. COMPLEMENTARITY

Large aether complexes experience uniform pressure when they are far apart.

large aether complexes experience non uniform pressure when they are close together f gm 1 m 2 d 2
Large aether complexes experience non-uniform pressure when they are close together (F = gM1M2/d2).
6 complementarity2

6. COMPLEMENTARITY

Aether2 particles being pushed together by aether3 particles.

vortex formation

Vortex Formation:

Advanced Complexification Via Rotation

6 complementarity3

6. COMPLEMENTARITY

All bodies are subject to divergence and convergence from other bodies.

6 complementarity4

6. COMPLEMENTARITY

All bodies are subject to divergence and convergence from other bodies.

sand pepper in water
Sand & Pepper in Water

Before Rotation After Rotation

stokes law

Eq. 12.6.4:

vp = (2/9)·gr2·(ρp - ρm)/μm

Stokes’ Law

Where:

vp = particle velocity, cm/s

g = gravitational acceleration, cm/s2

r = particle radius, cm

ρp = particle density, g/cm3

ρm = medium density, g/cm3

μm = medium viscosity (Galaev, 2002)

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Aether density (red) increases, while baryonic matter density (blue) decreases with distance from the center of a vortex.
newton s pushing gravity

Newton’s Pushing Gravity

Is not this Medium much rarer within the dense Bodies of the Sun, Stars, Planets and Comets, than in the empty celestial Spaces between them? …doth it not grow denser and denser perpetually, and thereby cause the gravity of those great Bodies towards one another…every Body endeavouring to go from the denser parts of the Medium towards the rarer?

conclusions

Conclusions

Gravitation is the interaction between free, active aether and complexed aether.

Neomechanical gravitation is local.

Vortex motion concentrates complexed aether, resulting in increased complexification.

Aether concentrations are highest where baryonic matter concentrations are lowest, resulting in a “Gravitational Pressure Gradient” around all bodies.