Short Essay by John Lear about Pari Spolter's book "Gravitational Force of the Sun" (Orb Publishing 1993 Grenada Hills, CA.
In 1993, Pari Spolter, Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin Madison, self published a book titled "Gravitation Force of the Sun".
Spolters findings regarding the physics of our solar system, including major errors in density of matter, the gravitational force, Einstein's theories both general and special and Newton's second law will toss mainstream science, mainstream scientists and the scientific community itself on their collective ear's for many years to come.
It took Spolter, a native of Iran, to say, "Hold on just a minute..... there seems to be an error here". A talented and accomplished mathematician, she got down the basics of mainstream science, started asking questions, and found herself rearranging if not totally rebuilding our understanding of orbital and planetary physics.
Now, 18 years after she published her book, Gravitational Force of the Sun, (Orb Publishing, Grenada Hill, CA), CERN, who has spent billions of dollars chasing the non-existent large Hadron, have found that neutrinos travel in excess of the speed of light, thus validating her findings.
Her findings will change just about everything.
The two biggest hoaxes in modern mainstream science are (were) Einstein's Theories of Relativity both General and Special, and Newton's Second Law.
Einstein's Theories have recently been invalidated due to the CERN statements that neutrinos have exceeded the speed of light contradicting Einstein's theory that nothing can exceed the speed of light.
In his equation E=mc2, for which Einstein became world famous, he proposed that E (energy) is equal to m(mass) times c2 (the velocity of light squared) wherein c plays the part of a limiting velocity, which can neither be reached nor exceeded by any real body.
4 examples of particles that exceed the speed of light are:
(1) Cerenkov radiation
(3) superluminals, and
Einstein understood mass to be inert matter, the quantity and density of which was proportional to gravitational force.
But mass, (the quantity and density of,) cannot be proportional to gravitational force because:
(1) The sun dos not dole out a specific amount of its attractive force depending on the particular body that orbits it so what is constant for all planets, is the gravitational force of the sun.
(2) Using Newton's equation* the gravitational force of the sun is not constant.
(3) Using Kepler's third law, 'The periodic times of any two planets are to each other exactly as cubes of the square roots of their mean distances' so the gravitational force of a planet is a.A or acceleration times Area.
(4) The mass and the density of celestial bodies are unknown.
(5) The gravitational force is independent of the mass and chemical composition of the attracted body.
(6) Gravitational attraction of a central body that causes a secondary body to orbit is a centripetal force; it is not just a linear pull'.
Spolter does not accept the notion of inert mass causing gravitational attraction and rejects the notion that mass and energy are one and the same. She states that although the mass of a body remains constant, its weight increases when accelerated.
The enormity of the collapse of Einstein's theories and Newton's second law will take probably 20 years, at least, to be noticed by mainstream science. And the reason is practically all other sciences, on earth and in space, almost all equations, will have to be changed including the alleged densities and gravitational force of every planet and moon.
Einstein also accepted Newton's proposal that the size and density of inert matter (mass) was directly proportional to gravitational force.
In "On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies", Einstein states:
"For velocities greater than that of light our deliberations become meaningless."
"Velocities greater than that of light...no possibility of existence".
* Orbital velocity semi major (v) times Semi major axis of revolution (r)
John Lear, Las Vegas
January 21, 2011
I cannot really comment on much here myself, being a poor scholar in some areas. I was hoping some folks here may like to read and give any opinions.