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Gravity from the Ground Up

Paul Schroeder
Year: 2010 Pages: 6
This paper follows the history of gravity toward a new perspective. Gravity is viewed as beams, moving throughout and defining space. These external gravity beams apply pressure to masses, are diminished while penetrating masses, and provide the net pressure that we call attraction. A key concept is that beams are bent by the rotation of masses from which they exit. The bending allows explanations of orbiting, curvature, mass creation, magnetism, forces and numerous other phenomena. Curvature and inertia become basic concepts of this perspective and require different laws to properly relate the perspectives and motions. Among the applications presented are new understandings of some spacecraft anomalies, where current theory doesn't properly explain the motions.