Gravity
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«Since any motion cannot be brought to a body in other way than if it is pushed by another moving body, then, consequently, the heavy bodies, experiencing acceleration of motion, get the increment of the new motion from some pushing them body, which itself is in permanent motion».^{[1]}
The gravity cause is the pressure of the gravitational beams (flows of gravitons).
Maurice Allais in 1954 firstly discovered the gravitational beams, observing supersensitive modification of the Foucault pendulum during a solar eclipse^{[2]}. This was the Moon influence on the gravitational beams, which exist between Sun and Earth.
Kozyrev N.A. then discovered (but interpreted differently) the gravitational beams with a telescope and special gauges. The high speed gravitational beams show almost true (without aberration) positions of the celestial bodies. Kozyrev's experiment was repeated later ^{[3]}.
The detector of Valery N. Smirnov ^{[4]} is a gravimetric device, a gyroscope driven by an electromotor, which gives a short braking pulse at a certain angular position of rotational axis. The resulting gyroscope vibration is sensitive to the detector orientation angle, and the detector has a certain sensitivity axis for the gravitational beams.
A mass displaces the gravitons from space, replacing them with the electromagnetic amers. The gravitons concentration variation and the static pressure at a long distance \(R\) from the center of mass \(M\) with the rest energy \(E_M\) is determined by empirical formula: \[\frac{\Delta N}{N}=\frac{\Delta P}{P}=-\frac{GM}{c^2 R}=-z\tag{1 – SI}\] \[\frac{\Delta N}{N}=\frac{\Delta P}{P}=-\frac{GE_M}{R}=-z\tag{1 – Sim.}\]
«Matter is impenetrable, and only the pores of a body are penetrable. But physical monads have no pores of such kind, which would be passable for an extraneous body; hence the gravitational matter does not penetrate the physical monads, but only acts on their surface».^{[1]}
The aetheric pressure increment on a point of mass density \(\rho\) after substituting the expression for pressure ("Pressure of aether", 5) into (1) is: \[\Delta P=-zP=-G\frac{M}{R}\rho\tag{2 – SI}\] A part of pressure gradient, which is produced by the mass M, is equal to the gradient of pressure increment: \[grad\;P=grad\;\Delta P=G\frac{M}{R^2}\rho\tag{3 – SI}\] Substituting this equation into ("Pressure of aether", 6) confirms the well-known formula of gravity acceleration: \[a=G\frac{M}{R^2}\tag{4 – SI}\] \[a=Gс^2\frac{E_M}{R^2}\tag{4 – Sim.}\] The gravity force, which acts on the mass \(m\) with a rest energy \(E_m\), is: \[F=am=G\frac{Mm}{R^2}\tag{5 – SI}\] \[F=G\frac{E_ME_m}{R^2}=z\frac{E_m}{R}\tag{5 – Sim.}\] The gravitational waves do not exist (see "Dark matter").
References
- ↑ ^{1.0} ^{1.1} Ломоносов М.В. Заметки о тяжести тел (1743-1744). Полн. собр. соч. М.: Изд-во АН СССР, 1950, Т.1.
- ↑ Maurice F.C. Allais, Should the Laws of Gravitation Be Reconsidered? // Aero/Space engineering, September, 1959
- ↑ Lavrentiev, M.M., Yeganova, I.A., Lutset, M.K. & Fominykh, S.F. (1990). On distant influence of stars on resistor. Doklady Physical Sciences. 314 (2). 368-370.
- ↑ Valery N. Smirnov, Nikolay V. Egorov, and Igor S. Shchedrin, A New Detector for Perturbations in Gravitational Field // Progress in physics, April, 1998, Volume 2
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