The Net Attraction Force of the Gravitation Vortex

Year: 2012 Pages: 4

Keywords: Gravity, Vortex, Newton Force of Gravity, Self Force of Gravity, Black Hole, Linear Mass Density, Volume Mass Density

This paper presents that an Inertial Mass Gravitation Vortex, is described by two Gravitational Attraction Forces, known as the Self Gravitational Field Force and the Newtonian Gravitational Field Force. These two attraction forces exist for every gravitational attraction and interaction between masses in an isolated and conserved inertial mass gravitational field vortex system. The Newtonian Gravitational Field Force is responsible for the specific individual gravitational attraction between an orbiting mass and the conserved inertial mass vortex system. The Self Gravitational Field Force is responsible for the total curvature and total gravitational attraction of the conserved inertial mass vortex system. This model predicts that the Newtonian Gravitational Field Force is a limiting force, when compared to the Self Gravitational Field Force, of the total gravitational attraction of a conserved inertial mass vortex system. Additionally this paper presents that the Kepler \"Evolutionary Attraction Rate\" of the gradient gravity field is not infinitely small but has a finite curvature described by the Schwarzschild radius of the gravity vortex.

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