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Yongfeng Yang
Motions of Observable Structures Ruled by Hierarchical Two-body Gravitation in the Universe

Date: 2011-07-16 Time: 07:00 - 09:00 US/Pacific (1 decade 2 years ago)
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Yongfeng Yang
Thank Robert
1 decade 2 years ago [2011-07-12 18:33:01]
I just look at the paper at that internet link, it is somewhat interesting. 
But the theoretical foundation for that author's research and mine is completely different. At a first glance, they believe that Newton's universal gravitaiton that naturally results in N-body problem is existed. In my thoughts, the gravitation between objects are essentially indirect (excluding the two bodies of a two-body system), all celestial objects in the universe are really organized in an orderly series of hierarchical two-body systems to orbit. 
The paper published in the Proceeding is just a little part of my theory. In the report on July 16, I will open a bran-new universe for the public and lead you to rule out the puzzles below, welcome your attendence. 

What is the mechanism of the formation of planet, the solar system, and galaxy?
What is the mechanism of the formation of asteroid belt, planetary ring, and comet in the solar system?
What is the frame of the universe? And in which what is the combination of celestial objects and their movements in space?
What is the mechanism of galaxy rotation curve?
What is the mechanism of the tide of sea level on the Earth?
What is the mechanism of the redshifts of distant galaxies? How about the expending universe?
What is the mechanism to determine flat profile for large scale structures like planetary system, stellar system, galaxy, and cluster?
How about Newton??s universal gravitation and Keplerian planetary laws?
What is the cause of the anomalies of Pioneer spacecraft 10/11 and Earth flyby gravity assist? 

Robert S. Fritzius
1 decade 2 years ago [2011-07-11 21:12:07]
Robert S. Fritzius
The universe is a giant n- body affair
1 decade 2 years ago [2011-07-11 21:10:08]
Dr. Yongfeng's  approach sounds similar in spirit to that of Konstantin Manuilov's article "On the Integration of the N-Body Problem Equations"
For an English translation of Manuilov's article please visit http://www.datasync.com/~rsf1/manybody1.htm