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olvine's sphere theory a new theory on gravity
« on: 24/07/2011 22:37:35 »
Hi to all,
I am having an interesting theory on gravity
named as olvine's sphere theory
it explains & describes gravity in a purely machanical base.
see attachment for detail.


Introduction. 
Space as we called it empty, is not empty, itís full of conston( graviton particle ).
Conston might could be a particle having spherical shape .but un seen
It could have diameter smaller than quarks.
It spins in its own axis.
They are un bond  but are in touch with each other just like the solid states of matter are close to each other.
They all spins together
This theory gives




The challenge  of this theory is to prove that gravity is a PUSH FORCE BY UN SEEN PARTICLE
 
 
« Last Edit: 24/07/2011 22:41:15 by olvin »


 

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« Reply #1 on: 25/07/2011 00:56:39 »
Can you compare your model to that proposed by Fatio and Lesage, 300 years ago. Their gravitons were supposed to be so numerous that trillions pass thru the cross section of an electron every second, so small that they don't collide with one another in less than a few thousand light years, and they were supposed to move at least 20 billion times faster than light.

The model is flawed because, perfectly reflecting spheres (matter ingredients) can't shield one another from the flux of gravitons without absorbing some of them, and to account for the force of gravity, they would have to absorb the energy equivalent of their own mass every picosecond.

There used to be some good discussion of that model at Tom VanFlandern's site, but there hasn't been much there since his death. 
 

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« Reply #2 on: 26/07/2011 11:36:41 »
Hi Phractality,
have you gone through my sphere theory?
if yes ,i would like to clear you that this theory seems to be like le sage & fatio theory but it is not.
 My theory suggest there is some kind of  un seen particle that are attached to gether just like dense packed
solid state of matter(solid state where matter cannot move freely)  is and they spins all to gether in clockwise & anticlockwise pattern.whereas the lesage theory suggest the un seen particle(corpuscles)to be having a gas state of matter where the matter can move freely occupying any given space. 
   so in their theory we have to consider the flowing of flux or how they collied each other,shielding and so on
but my theory does not require to consider this since they doesn't flow in flux. they do not collied there is no shielding factor etc
my theory only proposed that un seen particle are so closed to each other and spin together and the imbalance in their spinning creates gravity effect. see attachment for detail.
 
 

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« Reply #3 on: 27/07/2011 11:30:05 »
if any one has gone through olvin's sphere theory
you would have question in your mind
how can all the  attached conston spin together ?
since if one conston(sphere) spins clockwise second one spins at anticlock wise then if third one is applied
they all will come distruction and spinning would stop.cause two same direction spheres can't spin.
answer to this problem is shown in this following attachment.   
this explanation shows how we can arrange spheres(conston)in bulk state attach together and
freely spins together in space
« Last Edit: 27/07/2011 11:31:48 by olvin »
 

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« Reply #4 on: 27/07/2011 12:13:00 »
Olvine - we do not approve of cut'n'paste posts that have already been posted on another forum.

http://www.scienceforums.net/topic/58137-sphere-theorya-new-theory-on-gravity/page__st__20
 

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