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Offline Thebox

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Why planets have elliptical orbits
« on: 08/10/2015 12:55:53 »
Gravity is a linear action, all mass is attracted to other mass by a linearity force, when the mass deflates distance to another mass that is of a solar output, the mass starts to gain a positive polarity by thermodynamic process equal and opposing to the solar output, when mass has gained this charge, it is able to switch velocity and reverse the direction it is heading, when the mass switches direction, moving away from the ''charge'', by thermodynamics, the mass starts to lose its equal and opposing ''charge''.  At a close to ''event horizon'' radius from the charge mass, the mass loses its charge and becomes attracted again to the charge mass, and again changes velocity.
A yoyo action by charge increase and decrease.


m+q=V(X1)

m-q=V(X2)

F=m(q+)=a


loss V( X2)<............................equilibrium....................................>gain V( X1)


Making a circular orbit impossible because masses entropy of q has the inherent property of constant change and is unable to hold an equilibrium state.

I go fishing, a carp charges away from me when it runs, it then slows down, I have to then use my charge to contract the distance it as travelled.  But while the carp comes back to me, it is in a rest state, it gains its energy back before it charges away from me again, this repeats until a time where the carp loses all its charge, I can then use my charge to bring the carp to my net.

If it were not for q+ of the carp, the carp would just come to the net and disappear out of the water into the net. Now if we were to add the charge of a television or a radio wave to the carp, making the carp stronger, we would be interfering with the entropy of the fight.
The event horizon where the carp makes its first charge to becomes inflated, and the radius increases because the greater charge takes longer to dissipate.

Mass will remain in motion unless acted upon by internal forces.




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Re: Why planets have elliptical orbits
« Reply #1 on: 08/10/2015 20:26:37 »
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