1 Motion Theory A New theory of Planetary Motion Maybe on Fri Oct 10, 2014 3:53 am
A New theory of Planetary Motion [ Maybe
Before I explain this theory, we need to make some things clear. The rules you may be able to confirm in your public or science library.
The assumptions I make ,I don,t think you will be able to. First Rule
Light rays tend to repel.
You want an example take crookes tube or it's better know name, a radio meter. Put this bulb with its four spinning vanes one side of each painted black and the other painted white into bright sunlight and watch it spin. Admitedly the vanes are in a vacuum.
Now take a man made satellite in space, with a much bigger vaccum surrounding it, one side in light the other in darkness and what happens. Yes that right it spins when the sunlight is exposed to it.
How about working on something a little bigger the Earth perhaps A big bulb in space one side lit with light and the one side in darkness and sitting in one big mother of a vaccum.
What do you think would happen this time. What does the earth do in every twenty four hour period.
In science classes we were taught the earth had only one magnetic field going north south.
Could they have been wrong, are there more than one.?
Think about this for a while.
Get a normal magnetic compass and let it line up to magnetic north and south.
If there were a weaker magnetic field of differing polarity would the compass indicate a presence,probably not especially if it was only a tandy ceramic ,but the field would exist just the same and be overriden by the more powerful one in the vicinity.
A rule we were taught that at school science, magnetic lines of force do not cross : Therefore if this is true,there could be pockets of self contained magnetic fields of differing magnetic polarity and strength accuring naturally here on earth.
yet undiscovered or has it been and not made public.
Now to take this one step further, could there be a large magnetic field out there in space undiscovered or are the populus not yet informed about.
Light repells magnetic fields
If there was? What would be the result of the sun in contact with this field?
Would the light and magnetic forces balance each other out.
Could the sun actually move around a magnetic field in orbit and not be a static body as generally assumed.
As you are probably aware no independent body in space is really at rest.
If the sun moved in this real circular orbit at the same speed it takes earth to orbit the sun, could this be the reason for the elliptical orbits the planets take.
At the differing times in the orbit the magnetic field would have a greater influence on the planet pulling it towards this magnetic field.
Whilst at other times the sun would have a greater influence and tend to repel the planet away ,the combination of these two forces would balance out to give an appearance of an elliptical planetary orbit.
Pure conjecture or is it? You decide for yourself.]