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Newtonian & Self Gravitational Force (Self Gravity) – Video Lecture
Video Presentation – Newtonian Gravitational & Self Gravitational Force & Density of the Gradient Gravitational Field Unified Gravitational Vortex Theory (GVT) Description Abstract This paper presents that an Inertial Mass Gravitation Vortex, is described by two Gravitational Attraction Forces, known … Continue reading →
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Unified Gravitational Vortex Theory – Video Presentation
Three (3) Part Video Presentation to – Natural Philosophy Alliance (NPA) Unified Gravitational Vortex Theory (GVT) Description Abstract The Gravitational Vortex Theory (GVT), was first discussed analytically, by Johannes Kepler (1609), then by Rene Descartes (1637), next by Isaac Newton … Continue reading →
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