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Author Topic: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?  (Read 33252 times)

Offline derekwillstar

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The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« on: April 09, 2013, 03:10:46 AM »



How come in short, matter obeys the Gravity?


This is only possible for a simple reason: Matter and Gravity are SIMILAR


That are made of the same essence: the ether

follow some links, the site is in Italian, but you can activate the translator on the right (you can trust, the site and no ads and no spyware traps)


The Master of Matter : http://www.fortunadrago.it/?p=2398


The strange case of solar flares and radioactive elements : http://news.stanford.edu/news/2010/august/sun-082310.html


What is the Matter ? : http://www.fortunadrago.it/?p=2078


What is the Gravity ? : http://www.fortunadrago.it/?p=2102


The Magnetic Glue : http://www.fortunadrago.it/?page_id=2460


Magnetic Universe - The Primer Field : http://www.fortunadrago.it/?p=2744





if you've come up to this point, it means that the topic you are has interested!


greetings





« Last Edit: April 09, 2013, 09:14:17 AM by derekwillstar »

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Offline SkyWatcher123

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Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2013, 03:54:45 AM »
Hi derek, thanks for sharing.
Gravity may be in part, due to the voltage field within earth atmosphere (capacitor) in combination with cosmic energies entering atmosphere.
These interact with matter uniformly, as far as known, similar to eddy currents and the resistance to motion it provides, though in the gravity case, it affects the matter at its fundamental level.
peace love light

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Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2013, 09:09:12 AM »
Hi derek, thanks for sharing.
Gravity may be in part, due to the voltage field within earth atmosphere (capacitor) in combination with cosmic energies entering atmosphere.
These interact with matter uniformly, as far as known, similar to eddy currents and the resistance to motion it provides, though in the gravity case, it affects the matter at its fundamental level.
peace love light



Gravity works everywhere, in caves, underwater, in every cm3 of this planet.


cm3 and there is no life on this planet, because there is no energy cm3.


the non-serving energy by electricity, as we know, nature serves instantly produce any type of matter is necessary for the sustenance of life ...
and this he does, all the time, effectively without realizing it!

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Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2013, 09:09:12 AM »
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Offline eatenbyagrue

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Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #3 on: April 11, 2013, 06:04:31 AM »


How come in short, matter obeys the Gravity?


This is only possible for a simple reason: Matter and Gravity are SIMILAR


That are made of the same essence: the ether



Your conclusion does not follow from the premise.  The only thing we can say for sure is mass and gravity are related.  There is no need for an ether to explain this relationship, as it can have other explanations.

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Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #4 on: April 11, 2013, 12:26:13 PM »

Your conclusion does not follow from the premise.  The only thing we can say for sure is mass and gravity are related.  There is no need for an ether to explain this relationship, as it can have other explanations.



The key to everything is the attraction.


you can imagine for an instant as would be the planet earth, although its mass, no gravity on it?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAWuMd6GOfs


can you imagine?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9XtK6R1QAk


Life on the planet can not exist without the Gravity ...


we take it for granted, but the Gravity is vital, much more water we drink and the air we breathe!


Matter (mass) does, but it alone can not explain exhaustively what the Gravity and how it works!


There is a force in nature that interacts with matter, in an immediate and even though we are in space, and it is magnetism.
But if we ourselves were the magnets and placed in space (in the absence of gravity) to live on a giant magnetic pole??


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHrBhgwq__Q


We must therefore imagine unconditional attraction, a kind of "Glue Universal Magnetic".



P.S.
Wrote the poet Dante Alighieri (author of the Divine Comedy)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divine_Comedy
in 1308 :
The love that moves the sun and other stars (Paradise XXXIII, 145)

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Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
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Offline eatenbyagrue

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Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #5 on: April 11, 2013, 08:16:32 PM »


The key to everything is the attraction.


you can imagine for an instant as would be the planet earth, although its mass, no gravity on it?



Without gravity, there would be no planets and no stars as we know them, as it is gravity that forms them.  Mass and the force of gravity do seem linked - no known way to separate them.  I am not sure what you define as "ether", but from my vague notion of it, it may provide some answers but it is pure conjecture.  Just because you have a possible solution does not mean that it is the right solution.

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Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #6 on: April 12, 2013, 11:35:59 AM »

Without gravity, there would be no planets and no stars as we know them, as it is gravity that forms them.  Mass and the force of gravity do seem linked - no known way to separate them.  I am not sure what you define as "ether", but from my vague notion of it, it may provide some answers but it is pure conjecture.  Just because you have a possible solution does not mean that it is the right solution.


What are your "vague notion" on it ?


(I know the law of gravity, which is why I take it for what it is: just a simple observation made ​​350 years ago)

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Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
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Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #8 on: April 13, 2013, 01:57:37 AM »



True story.


http://rense.com/general54/babalc.htm




TS



the experiment of the frog, allows its levitation in when the water (which is part of the frog) is diamagnetic


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wrDL9ikwrsk


this is made possible by a powerful magnet of 10 Tesla


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-etVeIdTrtU


Edward Leedskalnin (by Coral Castle Homestead , Florida) : http://www.fortunadrago.it/?page_id=11


in his book "Magnetic Current" (1945) : http://www.fortunadrago.it/?page_id=832


makes some important revelations such as:


- In a permanent magnet the "true magnet" is not the metal but the particles that make up the magnetic field and that there will slide inside.
- The particles that make up the magnetic field are "small" and penetrate anything, more easily pass through the metal that the air.
- They are constantly moving from one direction against each other and if guided in the right channels, have perpetual motion.
- The North and South as well as individual magnets (monopolies) are cosmic forces , they remain together this earth and everything on it.
- To be of any practical use must be present in large quantities.
- In a permanent magnet at times some particles manage to escape from the magnetic field, but others came up, to take their place (from where????)

to each one of these revelations, it is worthwhile to reflect very deeply!


In addition reveals a peculiar property of the permanent magnets:


http://peswiki.com/images/c/ce/Ed_Leedskalnin-pushpull.gif

"North Pole lifts more than the South Pole"
"South Pole magnet pushes up more than North Pole magnet"


In short: forces acting in the same direction and to add up, forces that act in the same direction but in opposite direction are subtracted!

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Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
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Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #9 on: April 13, 2013, 03:21:10 AM »
Here is a classic thought experiment about gravity.

Imagine you could have a tunnel that goes straight down to the center of the Earth.  It's like a giant elevator shaft.  Imagine you could ride in an elevator all the way down to the center of the Earth, which is about 6371 kilometers away from the surface of the Earth.

So the question is, what happens to the gravity as you go down?  What is the gravity at the center of the Earth?

No cheating.

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Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #10 on: April 13, 2013, 11:57:37 AM »
Here is a classic thought experiment about gravity.

Imagine you could have a tunnel that goes straight down to the center of the Earth.  It's like a giant elevator shaft.  Imagine you could ride in an elevator all the way down to the center of the Earth, which is about 6371 kilometers away from the surface of the Earth.

So the question is, what happens to the gravity as you go down?  What is the gravity at the center of the Earth?

No cheating.



I am able to cheat as you are, since none of us will ever find in the center of the planet  ;)


we can address the question only in theory, and you ask 2 questions ....


I propose 2 answers:


1) if we consider the old law of gravity,  :P  once the center of the earth, you would be surrounded by the mass of the planet that would attract your mass on all sides, this would mean an absence of gravity (in the precise center of the planet) !


2) if we consider the theory I am presenting (law of rhythm by Pier Luigi Ighina : http://www.fortunadrago.it/?page_id=279), and consider the planet hollow on the inside, the monopolies that come from the sun, having gone through the entire planet, will be coming from all sides, colliding in a single precise point, inverting and giving origin to a small sun (aurora) internal to the planet.
Since the flow of gravity close to its origin, the result inverted with respect to the surface of the planet, making the theoretical hollow earth habitable:o


What is the gravity at the center of the Earth? ... we should be there to be able to say!  ???

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Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
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Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #11 on: April 14, 2013, 09:05:17 AM »
You are correct that there would be no gravity at the center of the Earth.  The formula that most of us must have learned in high school is F = G M1 M2/r^2.   G = 6.67 x 10^-11 (you can look up the units for G)

The Earth is not hollow and this is known for many reasons.  The one that I first think of is the fact that they can do an "ultrasound" on the Earth by tracking earthquake wave reflections from the center of the Earth.  If the Earth was really hollow they would see a different pattern of earthquake wave reflections.


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Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #13 on: April 15, 2013, 07:21:47 AM »
Thanks -- this vid is also interesting, an alka-seltzer tablet added to a water droplet in microgravity.  Note his comment about larger air bubbles forming at times in the droplet, sometimes at the poles, once evidently in the center.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgC-ocnTTto

I suppose that the earth itself was once molten, a large liquid "droplet" in space, in "microgravity" conditions. 
(This does not PROVE anything regarding the earth, but shows what may be possible in such conditions.)

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Re: The main question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?
« Reply #14 on: April 15, 2013, 09:36:32 AM »
You are correct that there would be no gravity at the center of the Earth.  The formula that most of us must have learned in high school is F = G M1 M2/r^2.   G = 6.67 x 10^-11 (you can look up the units for G)






Without going o.t. (question is: Why Gravity takes effect on Matter?)


I wanted to emphasize is that the gravity, among other things is also very accurate (a grave falls perpendicularly to itself)


http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/7d/Gravity_gravita_grave.gif/120px-Gravity_gravita_grave.gif


This is possible because the gravity is "resultant force"!


Between the mono-magnetic streams descending from the sun and ascending from the center of the earth to the sun (becoming once you reach the sun, sunspots)


to help the understanding of how to coexist swirling flows opposite to each other, please consider the following animation of the vortex tube:

http://www.fortunadrago.it/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/vtanim2.gif


it is only an example of how they can work!


In the case of gravity, the flow (red) from our sun is descending at a speed greater than the ascending (blue) in the sun and from the reflection in the center of the earth.
Gravity is then stabilized and gives Graves (matter that is crossed by them without obstacles) the known acceleration of g, equal to 9.80665 m / s ²

 

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