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Repulsive force of gravity
« on: 05/03/2006 08:43:53 »
This theory G1- has been talkin bout...i think maybei found an example where it must exist ...

What about when you have a hugly massive empty sphere...
why doesnt it collapse upon itself by gravity?
If it has a replusive force, as G-1 theory says, then it would explain why...as in the middle the forces from all the sides are matched and it is null
« Last Edit: 27/03/2006 11:51:23 by daveshorts »


 

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Re: Repulsive force of gravity
« Reply #1 on: 05/03/2006 09:21:58 »
Point 1: It will collapse, unless the compressive strength of the material forming the sphere is sufficient to resist the gravitational forces. This is why we have no hollow planets.
Point 2: The reason no net gravitational force is felt inside such a sphere is that the attractive forces from the sphere (assuming it is of uniform composition) all balance out.

Thus, your example is a good confirmation of why G1's conjecture is both unecessary and invalid.
 

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Re: Repulsive force of gravity
« Reply #2 on: 05/03/2006 09:34:43 »
:-) thats what i was goin for
 

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Re: Repulsive force of gravity
« Reply #3 on: 05/03/2006 20:11:00 »
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Originally posted by Ophiolite


Thus, your example is a good confirmation of why G1's conjecture is both unecessary and invalid.



You omitted the word "daft"
 

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Re: Repulsive force of gravity
« Reply #4 on: 06/03/2006 13:17:34 »
Why a repelive force;

  [A] Just see Einstein's [Cosmic Constant]for the math
      that is if you can beleave Einstein's math!!!!!

  The are two forces in Nature that attract an accelerate;

      (1) gravity
      (2) magnetic
      (3) broth are fields of flux that move at the
          speed of light.
      (4) any fields of flux that is spun out will always
          come back to its' host particle thus have two poles.


Yes, I did learn all the facts that I could from Admiral Rickover back in the mid-60 in Sub-School and I have been asking alot of question and learning a lot more facts sence then.

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Re: Repulsive force of gravity
« Reply #5 on: 06/03/2006 13:50:31 »
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(3) broth are fields of flux that move at the
speed of light.


Does this mean that you know exactly what gravity is & how it works? If so, please explain it to every scientist in the world who is trying to understand it.
 

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Re: Repulsive force of gravity
« Reply #6 on: 06/03/2006 14:36:07 »
Dear realmswalker;

So I do not have retype it over Please see my last posting TO DOCTORBEAVER ON MY POSTING OF (Jupiter's Red spot)
Thankyou
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Re: Repulsive force of gravity
« Reply #7 on: 06/03/2006 14:47:35 »
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Originally posted by DoctorBeaver

quote:
(3) broth are fields of flux that move at the
speed of light.


Does this mean that you know exactly what gravity is & how it works? If so, please explain it to every scientist in the world who is trying to understand it.



Wow he gets the Brass ring;

Please; So I don't have to retype it all over, Please see Unified Fields posted by me , also my posting of What came first Gravity or High-Density-Mass.

You will see that broth the Earth's and Moon's outer cores are the ares where the High-Density-Mass is created and the Mass there is 1/137th of its' normalstate, Thus forceing the strong force fields of flux to polerize and propagate out as gravitational fields of force. With all of one pole faseing out to space and all of the other pole faseing the inner core.

The Earth's outer core is about 479.85 miles thick, and the Moon's outer core is about 78.77 miles thick
Take the thickenss  tiomes 137 x g / pi and you will get the repelling point between the Earth and Moon, it also is where the Moon missions lost Earth's gravity and the Moon's gravity took over.

Ed

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Re: Repulsive force of gravity
« Reply #8 on: 06/03/2006 18:38:32 »
G-1 theory you are still talking uninteligable tripe which has no relation to scientific pbservations and accepted theories.  Please stop making a fool of yourself.

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Re: Repulsive force of gravity
« Reply #9 on: 08/03/2006 05:09:41 »
and G-1 theory...
please explain then why, if a repulsive force DOES exist, you cannot create a hollow sphere of any size, mass, and compressive strangth, which wouldnt collapse upon itself?
 

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Re: Repulsive force of gravity
« Reply #10 on: 08/03/2006 09:12:33 »
Have we more or less gravity we can acount for?
 

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Re: Repulsive force of gravity
« Reply #11 on: 15/03/2006 01:38:49 »
I have never seen or heard of any situation involving a 'repulsive' force of gravity.
Where is the evidence for this theory?

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Re: Repulsive force of gravity
« Reply #12 on: 19/03/2006 00:16:14 »
haha idk clouded perception, but talk to G-1 theory bout it....but since i have possed him with a question in this thread that clearly disproves his theory, he seems to ignoring this thread.
 

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Re: Repulsive force of gravity
« Reply #13 on: 27/07/2013 14:20:00 »
I heard a theory about anti particles having anti gravity G1-
if you had a ship that was half regular particles and half anti particles then
you would not be effected by gravity right?

of coarse you would have to worry about the two touching each other and exploding something fierce, If you magnetically suspended say anti lead then the anti particles would be condensed and compact so you would only need a small suspension chamber compared to your ship. which would be made of particles such as titanium or carbon.
 

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