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Fluid dynamic “Vortex Gravitation” Model — derives Kepler’s Laws for Gravitation
Fluid dynamic “Vortex Gravitation” Model — derives Kepler’s Laws for Gravitation Since the Gravitational Vortex has been modeled as a fluid dynamic “Gaseous Aether” it would make more since to derive a relation for Kepler’s Laws for Gravitation, using the … Continue reading
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“Vortex Gravitation” Model — Gradient Gravitational Field — Kepler’s Third Law is a System Body Constant
“Vortex Gravitation” Model — Gradient Gravitational Field — Kepler’s Third Law is a System Body Constant The “Inertial Gravitation Evolutionary Attraction Rate” () is constant throughout the total extent of the “gradient gravitational field” and is a parameter that quantifies and … Continue reading
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“Vortex Gravitation” Model — “Gaseous Aether” — Gradient Gravitation Field
“Vortex Gravitation” Model — “Gaseous Aether” — Gradient Gravitation Field Now, let us return to the “Gravitation Vortex” Model as described in the book series: Super Principia Mathematica – The Rage to Master Conceptual and Mathematical Physics Earlier in the … Continue reading
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“Vortex Gravitation” Model – Einstein Field Equation – Differential Mathematical Form
“Vortex Gravitation” Model – Einstein Field Equation – Differential Mathematical Form What makes the Inertial Mass “Gravitation Vortex” model very powerful and useful is that it predicts Isaac Newton’s Graviation Laws and Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity. The “Gravitation Vortex” … Continue reading
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“Vortex Gravitation” Model – Einstein Field Equation – Ordinary Mathematical Form
“Vortex Gravitation” Model – Einstein Field Equation – Ordinary Mathematical Form What makes the Inertial Mass “Gravitation Vortex” model very powerful and useful is that it predicts Isaac Newton’s Graviation Laws and Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity. The “Gravitation Vortex” … Continue reading
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Inertial Mass “Vortex Gravitation” Model
Inertial Mass “Vortex Gravitation” Model What makes the Inertial Mass “Gravitation Vortex” model very powerful and useful is that it predicts Isaac Newton’s Graviation Laws and Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity. The “Gravitation Vortex” model is describe by the following equations: … Continue reading
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Steven Rado – Aether Gravitational Sink Vortex Model
Steven Rado – Aether Gravitational Sink Vortex Model Steven Rado, One of my favorite physicists, in my opinion resurected the Aether in 1994, with his Aether Gravitational Sink Vortex Model. Source: http://www.aethrokinematics.com/Evolut_1.html “As an introduction to the investigation for the … Continue reading
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