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Thierry De Mees
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  • Financial Viscosity Augmentation as a Macro-Economic Stabilizer (2012) [Updated 8 years ago]
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    The steadily increasing volatility of the financial markets, due to the generalization of information and computerization, will end up to catastrophic financial scenarios in times of crisis. In this paper, a fundamental strategy is discussed, which is a novel way to hold back such scenarios. It is based upon a strong augmentation of the financial viscosity of transactions. Different kinds of viscosity augmentation are discussed, and the ways how they can be applied by governments.


  • Natural Decrease of Orbital Eccentricities (2012) [Updated 8 years ago]
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    The amazing Solar Protuberance Theory gives three strong proofs for the creation of our planets from a huge electromagnetic eruption. I found a 99,98% probability fit between the initial planetary orbit diameters calculated with the theory and the actually observed ones. Since the initial orbits probably were highly eccentric, the question remains whether or not the actual planetary orbital eccentricities can be explained by the theory. This is proven here in different ways.


  • Outsmarting Inertia (2012) [Updated 8 years ago]
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    Inertia is analyzed in the light of the Coriolis Gravity Theory. It is found that inertia is orientation-dependent, which opens a way to outsmart its effects. Particles can be oriented and made inertia-insensitive for given accelerations and forces by using magnetic fields. Although the theory allows it, effective technology to realize this still has to be developed.


  • The Observed Symmetrical Supernovae Remnants Form Overwhelming Evidence for the Gravitomagnetic Force (2012) [Updated 8 years ago]
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    Supernovae remnants are observed that are double-lobe shaped or double-ring shaped with a central ring. Gravitomagnetism fully explains this kind
    of explosions of fast spinning stars. We start with the Maxwell analogy for gravitation or the Heaviside field, and we develop the Gravitomagnetic model. The theory explains the deviation of supernova remnants' mass, and it defines the angle of the mass losses at latitudes of 0? and 35?16'.


  • Novel Method for the Evaluation of the Rotation Velocity of Solar-like Stars (2012) [Updated 8 years ago]
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    The evaluation of stars' properties is classically performed by comparing the stars' light spectra and fluxes to the known solar properties. Another method to find the stars' rotation velocity will be discussed here: the extrapolation to the other solar-like stars of an empiric solar property, which consists of a direct relationship between the star's frequency and its surface gravity, without the need of any other parameters.


  • Weaknesses in the Formation and Evolution Processes of Mainstream Gravity and Cosmology Theories, and their Consequences (2011) [Updated 4 years ago]
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    In this paper, I draw the list of weaknesses of the mainstream gravity and cosmology theories. First, the special  and  general  relativity  theory are  discussed,  where  the  emphasis  is  on  the  physical  meaning  of  length contraction, the time expansion and the time delay. Then, the hypothesis of dark matter inside disk galaxies is treated. Since my paper of 2004 [10], this hypothesis has fainted, and I explain the reasons of it. The hypotheses of dark energy, the expanding and the accelerating universe are historically edified upon the big bang hypothesis and I criticize it by using physical objections which lead to obvious alternatives. Also the weakness of the planetary system?s creation theory is physically analyzed. Finally, I explain the evolution process of the modern gravity and cosmology theories and the possible reasons and causes for the increasing alienation from rational thinking.


  • The No-Hair Theorem Parameters can be Reduced to solely the Black Hole's Specific Angular Momentum (2011) [Updated 3 years ago]
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    The physicist John Wheeler is told having made a famous remark, "Black holes have no hair." This referred to the postulate that all black hole solutions of the general relativity, better, of the Einstein-Maxwell equations of gravitation, and of electromagnetism, can be completely characterized by only three externally observable classical parameters: mass, electric charge, and angular momentum, when observed from outside its event horizon.

    I show here that consequently, Gravitomagnetism is fully compatible with the No-Hair Theorem. Also, I deduce here that for a globally electrically neutral black hole, the No-Hair Theorem can be reduced to the knowledge of its specific angular momentum only, without the need of its gravitational attributes. Finally, I deduce the black hole's angular momentum out of the black holes' observed gravitational properties upon an orbiting object.


  • The Gravito-Magnetic Inflation of Rotating Bodies and the Nature of Mass and Matter (2011) [Updated 9 years ago]
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    Gravito-magnetism consists of the Newtonian gravity and gyrotation, which is totally analogous to magnetism. This model has successfully explained an important number of physical and cosmic phenomena [1]. One of the most striking predictions is the possibility of gravitational repel by objects with like-oriented spins. I found that the sign and the amplitude of the effective gravity between particles is ruled by the spin-orientation of particles [2]. In [3], I emphasized the topological values of the gravitational 'constant' G inside the spinning Earth, based on its internal gravito-magnetic field. Also, I proved that the spin-orientations inside spinning bodies consequently provoke the inflation of these bodies, as suggested by the supporters of the Growing Earth Theory. I also showed why the gravitational constant is varying locally and I prove that, although the gravitomagnetism allows gravitational attraction as well as repel, the particles in rotating bodies will preferentially form distributions that are globally attractive. This explains why masses have never been found to be repulsive [3]. I deduce here a new definition for "mass" as a vector, and conclude that the gravitational constant's value is the sum of the orientations of the elementary vector-masses while taking their spacing into account. Moreover I find why the gravity force is so weak and why cohesion forces are so large.


  • Is the Differential Rotation of the Sun Caused by a Coriolis Graviton Engine? (2011) [Updated 9 years ago]
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    Essential fundamentals of gravitomagnetism are found by applying the process of the reciprocal graviton-losses by particles that are defined here as trapped photons. The gravity field is found to be generated by a Coriolis effect, exerted by gravitons upon particles. Inertial resistance is generated by a Coriolis effect as well. In order to demonstrate the former case, we apply the graviton mechanics to the Sun. The amplitude of this effect is found to match the Sun's rotation frequency.


  • The Discovery of the Gravitational Constant as a Specific Stellar Property Simplifies the Description of Gravity (2011) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    The most striking about the Sun is the link between the Sun's dynamical data and the Gravity Constant. In a former paper [2], that link has been shown, and the consequences were 1? that elementary forces can be expressed  as  Coriolis  interactions  between  orbiting  gravitons  and  spinning  particles;  2?  that  the  solar  spin  is caused by the escaping radial light. Here, I suggest the inverse property that the Gravity Constant is defined by the solar dynamics. The consequence of the elimination of one parameter permits one to find more useful information on stars and their planets.


  • The Gravitational Stellar Constant Allows for an Improved Description of Stellar and Black Hole Dynamics (2011) [Updated 3 years ago]
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    The Sun's dynamics defines our Gravity Constant. In a former paper [2], that strict relationship has been shown, based upon the most fundamental equations of gravity and gyrotation (the magnetic equivalent for gravity), applied upon elementary particles. The consequence is that one parameter can be eliminated, as explained before [6] and this allows me to unveil some issues on the shape and the moments of inertia of stars, supernovae and black holes.


  • Motion is Relative to the Universe but Inertia is not (2011) [Updated 8 years ago]
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    Based upon the Gravito-Magnetic Theory it is clear that motion can be defined very precisely: the presence and the amplitude of the (gravito)-magnetic component at some place is the very proof of relative motion of an object. Hence, each motion cannot but being relative to the rest of our Universe. On the other hand, inertia can be proven to be not relative to the rest of our Universe, by deduction from the elementary process of force generation, which is found in the Coriolis Gravity Theory, which theory is a fundamental theory of forces and which is entirely compatible with the Gravito-Magnetic Theory. This proves that Mach's Principle (Mach's conjecture) is absurd.


  • Expected Gyrotational Orbit Accelerations of an Elliptical Fly-By (2011) [Updated 4 years ago]
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    Following to the two former papers "The Gyro-Gravitational Spin Vector Torque Dynamics of Main Belt Asteroids in relationship with their Tilt and their Orbital Inclination" and "Cyclic Tilt Spin Vector Variations of Main Belt Asteroids due to the Solar Gyro-Gravitation", wherein we theoretically studied the tilt motions and variations of spinning asteroids, we continue the analysis with the study of the orbit anomalies of satellites. The equations for the fly-by of satellites near the Earth, or near planets in general are deduced.


  • Fundamental Causes of an Attractive Gravitational Constant, Varying in Place and Time (2010) [Updated 4 years ago]
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    The gravitational constant G has been measured since more than 200 years. It seems impossible to find a precise value for G. In this paper, I will analyze the reasons for that issue, according Gravitomagnetism and the Coriolis Gravitation Theory. In my paper ?On the Gravitational Constant of Our Inflating Sun and On the Origin of the Stars' Lifecycle?, I explained that the Sun and the Earth is expanding due to Gravitomagnetism, which consist of the Newtonian gravity and gyrotation that is totally analogous to magnetism. The Coriolis Gravitation Theory completes the picture which governs the gravitation laws. Here, the topological values of G are found qualitatively, based on the local gyrotation field inside the Earth. I find that the difficulties for the measuring of the Gravitational Constant are caused by the location where the measurement is done and from which location the test materials are originated. Furthermore, I come to the proof why, although the Coriolis Gravity Theory allows gravitational attraction as well as repel, the heavenly bodies' particles preferentially form distributions that are mainly attractive.


  • Did Einstein Cheat? How Einstein Solved the Maxwell Analogy Problem (2010) [Updated 8 years ago]
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    Since one century, Gravitation has been in the spell of Einstein's Relativity Theory. Although during decades, dozens of scientists have provided evidences for the incorrectness of this theory. And often successfully, but without finding a sympathetic ear. Here we will discover what is wrong with the theory, and what brings a lot of scientists -in spite of that- to not dump it. We will not only discover that the Relativity Theory of Einstein is a tricked variant of the authentic Gravitation Theory, but we will also be able to form an idea about how and why Einstein did this. "Did Einstein Cheat?" is no attack on the person of Einstein, or on its working method. For that the reasons are too few. But it is a beautiful example, in these times, of a too long idolatry of a theory, just like it was the time before Galileo in astronomy and the time before Vesalius in medicine. Most remarkable is that the correct Gravitation Theory is an older theory than the Relativity Theory itself. In "Did Einstein Cheat?" both theories are examined and compared, put in their historical and scientific context, and applied on some essential physical phenomena: the progress of the perihelion of Mercury and the bending of the light close to the sun.


  • Mass- and Light-Horizons, Black Holes' Radii, the Schwartzschild Metric and the Kerr Metric (2010) [Updated 3 years ago]
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    Black holes generally are defined as stellar objects which do not release any light. The Schwarzschild radius, derived from GRT, defines the
    horizon radius for non-rotating black holes. The Kerr metric is supposed to define the 'event horizon' of rotating black holes, and this metric is derived from generally 'acceptable' principles. The limit for the Kerr metric's horizon for non-rotating black holes is the Schwarzschild radius.

    By analyzing the horizon outcome for rotating and non-rotating black holes, using the Maxwell Analogy for Gravitation (or historically more correctly: the Heaviside Analogy for Gravitation, often called gravitomagnetism), I find that the Kerr metric must be incomplete in relation to the definition of 'event horizons' of rotating black holes. If the Maxwell Analogy for Gravitation (gravitomagnetism) is supposed to be 'a good approach' of GRT, we may assume that it is a valid analysis tool for the star horizon metrics.

    The Kerr metric only defines the horizons for light, but not the 'mass-horizons'. I find both the 'light-horizons' and the the 'mass-horizons' based on MAG. Moreover, I deduct the equatorial radii of rotating black holes. The probable origin of the minutes-lasting gamma bursts near black holes
    is unveiled as well. Finally, I deduct the spin velocity of black holes with a 'Critical Compression Radius'.

    The deductions are based on the findings of my papers 'Did Einstein Cheat?', 'On the Geometry of Rotary Stars and Black Holes', and 'On the Orbital Velocities Nearby Rotary Stars and Black Holes.


  • Swivelling Time of Spherical Galaxies Towards Disk Galaxies (2010) [Updated 8 years ago]
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    This is the second paper dedicated to detailed calculations of disk galaxies. The first is "On orbital velocities in disk galaxies : 'Dark Matter', a myth?" wherein I explain how to calculate the mass distribution of a disk galaxy and the orbital velocities of the stars, starting from a mass distribution of the originally spherical galaxy. This is based on the extended gravitation theory, called the Maxwell Analogy for Gravitation (MAG) or "Gyro-Gravitation", or gravitomagnetism etc. No existence of Dark Matter nor any other fancy supposition is needed at all in these calculations. The objective of this paper is to find the mathematical equations related to the time which is needed for the star's orbit to swivel down to the equator. The total diameter-change of the disk galaxy in the time can be found as well. Yet, these deductions are simplified by keeping constant the bulge's gyrogravitational properties during the process. I leave to the reader to experiment with time-dependent models of gyrogravitational fields in the bulge. An explanation for the very limited windings of our Milky Way's spirals is a direct consequence of this paper.


  • The Calculation of the Bending of Star Light Grazing the Sun (2010) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    In this paper, I refocus on the second one of the findings that I described in my paper: Did Einstein cheat? The precise and detailed bending of star light grazing the sun can be found for light rays, just by applying the Maxwell Analogy (which has firstly been suggested by Heavyside at the end of the 19th century) and by using the sun's orbital motion and its rotation. I find that the bending on the sun' poles complies with the measured values, and I find different bending at the left and the right side of the sun. Also observation confirms an asymmetric deviation of light, depending on the latitude where the star's light grazes the sun.


  • On the Origin of the Lifetime Dilation of High Velocity Mesons (2010) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    We analyze here the influence of gravitomagnetism upon fast moving particles and we find a physical mechanism for the lifetime dilation of mesons at very high velocities. One of the later arguments in favor of the Special Relativity Theory (SRT) was the discovery of a lifetime dilation of high velocity mesons. However, it has also been found that the observed lifetime dilation didn't correspond to SRT predictions. Moreover, SRT neither General Relativity Theory (GRT) ever explained any physical mechanism. When using gravitomagnetism, it becomes clear that not a time delay, but an self-inductive gravitomagnetic compression component is responsible for a delayed decay of the meson. We also find that relativistic mass doesn't exist, but that only the gravitational field gets accumulated to high values when the object's speed is close to the speed of light.


  • Understanding the Uselessness of 4D Curved Space, GRT, Hyperspace and String Theory (2010) [Updated 8 years ago]
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    In this paper, the effectiveness of GRT and of the use of the Riemann metrics for GRT and for the String Theory is discussed. We come to the conclusion that the invention of dark matter is a striking example of the incompetence of GRT and of the Riemann metric to explain many physical realities of the cosmos. Though, the Heaviside field for gravitation (or the gravitomagnetic field theory, or also called gyrogravitation) has found the origin of the constant speed of the stars in disc galaxies.


  • Is the Differential Rotation of the Sun Caused by a Coriolis Graviton Engine? (2010) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    Essential fundamentals of gravitomagnetism are found by applying the process of the reciprocal graviton-losses by particles that are defined here as trapped photons. The gravity field is found to be generated by a Coriolis effect, exerted by gravitons upon particles. Inertial resistance is generated by a Coriolis effect as well. In order to demonstrate the former case, we apply the graviton mechanics to the Sun. The amplitude of this effect is found to match the Sun's rotation frequency.


  • The Great Michelson & Morley, Lorentz and Einstein Trap (2010) [Updated 8 years ago]
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    Thinking  in   terms   of   the  Michelson  & Morley   experiment,   the  Lorentz   interpretation   and   the  Einstein interpretation brings us inevitably to wrong results. To that conclusion I come in this paper by analyzing the null result   of   the   experiment,  which   brings  me   to   the   inevitable   assumption   :   the   aether   drag   velocity   to (measurement-) objects is always zero. First we analyze this assumption and its consequences to the velocity of light and to the aether dynamics. A direct consequence is : the velocity of light to (measurement-) objects is always c.  Furthermore, aether drag is not universal as believed around 1900, but object-bound.
    We come to the conclusion that any theory based on a non-null result of the Michelson & Morley experiment, like the Lorentz contraction or the Special  Relativity Theory (SRT) must  be fully based on wrong ideas.  The invariance of the Maxwell Equations to the Lorentz contraction term should not be seen as a confirmation of the validity of SRT but rather as a confirmation of the validity of gravitomagnetism.


  • The Expanding Earth: Is the Inflation of Heavenly Bodies Caused by Reoriented Particles under Gyrotation Fields? (2010) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    Gravitomagnetism consists of Newtonian gravity and gyrotation, which is totally analogous to magnetism. In an earlier paper, based on findings with regard to the Sun, I suggested that the attraction between elementary particles is generated by a Coriolis effect between gravitons and particles. Here, I deduce that the amplitude of gravity between particles (the process of reciprocal graviton-losses) is ruled by the spin-orientation of particles. Like-oriented particles engender their mutual repel, and consequently the inflation of heavenly bodies that was suggested by the Expanding Earth Theory.


  • The Expanding Earth : The Inflation of Heavenly Bodies Demands for a Compression-Free Inner Core (2010) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    Gravitomagnetism  consists of Newtonian
    gravity and gyrotation, which is totally
    analogous to magnetism. I showed the effect of the attraction and the repulsion
    of spinning objects. Like-spinning objects
    engender their mutual repel, and consequently the inflation of heavenly bodies
    that was suggested by the Expanding Earth Theory. Here, I show that only the
    heavenly bodies that possess a compression-free inner core can expand. Besides
    that, the Solar Protuberance Hypothesis for the formation of planets is
    herewith sustained.


  • Introduction to the Flyby Anomaly : the Gyrotational Acceleration of Orbiting Satellites (2010) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    In a former paper, much attention has been given to spinning objects whereof the gyrotational acceleration has been calculated for particles in the spinning sphere and at its surface. The purpose of this paper is to calculate the gyrotational acceleration of orbiting satellites in an orbital plane under an angle with the Earth's equator. It is found that strong influence is possible, depending from the orbit's inclination.


  • On the Gravitational Constant of Our Inflating Sun and On the Origin of the Stars' Lifecycle (2010) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    Gravitomagnetism consists of Newtonian
    gravity and gyrotation, which is totally
    analogous to magnetism. In an earlier paper,
    I suggested that the attraction between elementary particles
    (trapped light) is generated by a Coriolis effect between gravitons and
    particles (Coriolis Gravitation Theory). In the subsequent paper, I deduced that the
    amplitude of gravity between particles is ruled by the spin-orientation
    of particles
    and I explained the origin of the Expanding
    Earth. Here, I consider the consequence that the value of the
    gravitational
    constant of the Sun is ruled only by the number of like-oriented
    particles in
    the Sun and in the planets. I find that the lifecycle of stars is ruled
    by a gravitomagnetic
    cycle.


  • Gravitomagnetism: Successes in Explaining the Cosmos (2010) [Updated 8 years ago]
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    The purpose of this presentation:

    PART ONE

    • To explain what Gravitomagnetism exactly is and how the magnetic part can be interpreted.
    • To show that many cosmic issues can be explained by calculating it strictly, without other assumptions, just by using common sense.
    • To show that the bending of light and the Mercury issue can be purely deduced and don't need to be gauges for a theory.

    PART TWO

    • Explain my current research, consisting of a new theory of forces: the Coriolis Gravity and Dynamics Theory.

  • Curiosum: The Titius-Bode Law Shows a Modified Proto-Gas-Planets' Sequence (2009) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    During my research on a better comprehension of the formation of our planetary system, which started with my paper "Are Venus' and Uranus' Tilt of Natural Origin?", it appeared to me that the protuberance-model needs an addition. As know from my former paper, Neptune is the "lonely planet". But I found more. In this paper, I come to the curiosum, that the sequence order of the gas-planets, at the very beginning of its existence as proto-planets, should have been as follows: proto-Jupiter, -Neptune (!) , -Saturn, and -Uranus. The basis for this research lays in the existence of the remarkable Titius-Bode law, and the unexpected successive matter composition of our gas-planets.


  • The Core-Planets' Tilt and Spin Rate can be Explained by the Solar Protuberance Hypothesis and Gyro-Gravitation (2009) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    Several of my former papers showed that a huge solar protuberance created the gas planets of our solar system. A curiosum is the changed sequence order of the actual gas planets compared with their sequence order when the solar protuberance has occurred. In my paper "Is the Earth a Former Solar Sunspot?", strong evidence was given that the core planets as well were created by the same solar explosion: the impulse of the protons related to the exploded gas-planets out of the sun, corresponded perfectly with the impulse of the equivalent number of electrons that were related to the explosion of the core-planets, at the same instant. In the present paper, I come to the second curiosum, that the proto-planets Mercury and Venus have been ejected in a retrograde orbit, and the proto-planets Earth and Mars have been ejected in a prograde orbit. We show why Mercury and Venus came back in a prograde orbit and why both planets have a very slow spin rate, while the Earth and Mars have almost the same spin rate. Finally, we find that the ejection of the four planets corresponds with the remarkable Titius-Bode law as well.


  • Towards an Absolute Cosmic Distance Gauge by using Redshift Spectra from Light Fatigue (2009) [Updated 9 years ago]
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    Light is an electromagnetic wave with a dynamic mass, and with a zero rest mass. A fourth parameter is gyrotation, the second field of the Newtonian gravitation, discovered by using the Maxwell Analogy for Gravitation. Here, we apply gyrotation for light. The dynamics analysis of the gyro-gravitation parameters for light turns out in the possible existence of a very tiny light fatigue and a very tiny redshift as a direct consequence.
    This redshift however is frequency-dependent, unlike the other causes for redshift, as the Doppler effect, the Ashmore effect, the gravitational redshift and the temperature redshift. The discovery of this quadratically frequency-dependent redshift allows us to set up the basis for an universal cosmic distance measurement gauge.


  • Did the Proto-Gas Planets' Core Lose Mass Before Their Final Formation? Did Beta-Decay of Neutrons Occur? (2009) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    Our gas planets and our core planets are formed as two groups from one solar protuberance. It appears that the ionized hydrogen (protons) generated the gas planets and the corresponding amount of electrons generated the core planets. In this paper, we will discuss the hypothesis that the order sequence of the proto- gas planets that we found could imply that the neutrons that were involved in the process of the solar protuberance, possibly got beta-decay. This hypothesis gives a probability fit of 99,7%. We also analyze the hypothesis that a part of the protogas planets' core mass got lost during the formation of the gas planets. For the latter hypothesis, we find a probability fit of 99,99%.


  • How Really Massive are the Super-Massive Rotating Black Holes in the Milky Way's Bulge? (2008) [Updated 3 years ago]
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    The centre of the Milky Way is populated with so-called super-massive black holes. In most of the papers and books about black holes at the centre of galaxies, the mass is said to be gigantic. In this paper, we will see how to calculate the mass of these super-massive black holes out of observational data, by using the Maxwell Analogy for Gravitation, and we see how to make the difference between real physical mass and apparent (fictive) mass. We discover that so-called 'super-massive black holes' do not have huge masses at all but that they have an apparent mass that can be thousands times the real mass. This suggests that the energy of such black-holes could decrease very fast in relative terms.


  • Is the Earth a Former Solar Sunspot? (2008) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    In two former papers, "Are Venus' and Uranus' Tilt of Natural Origin?"and "The Titius-Bode Law Shows a Modified Proto- Gas-Planets' Sequence", I show that the solar protuberance-model is a quite interesting hypothesis for the explanation of the planets' origin. This model comes to the following conclusions up to now. In "Are Venus' and Uranus' Tilt of Natural Origin?", I started with the hypothesis that 0,15 % of the sun erupted. I found that this eruption formed the planets. To prove this, I used the observed sun's temperature as the eruption temperature, and the data then comply with the rotation velocity of Jupiter and with the orbit velocity of Mercury.

    I needed the Maxwell Analogy for Gravitation to come to prograde orbits for all planets. When, in "The Titius-Bode Law Shows a Modified Proto- Gas-Planets' Sequence", I tried to find the dynamics of the solar protuberance-model, I came to the unexpected conclusion that proto-Neptune originated close to Jupiter at first and was repelled to its actual orbit. The chemical composition of the planets shows that Neptune indeed is not at its 'natural' place. In this paper, I analyse the electrical dynamics of the protuberance and I come to the conclusion that the gasplanets and the core-planets were created simultaneously. With the solar protuberance-model, I can calculate the correct total mass of the core-planets out of the conservation of momentum against the gas-planets. While the gas-planets have been created by a certain number of protons out of an electromagnetic solar protuberance, exactly the same number of electrons have created the core planets. In fact, the impulse of the gas-protuberance was the protons-side and it perfectly corresponds to the impulse of the core-planets at the electrons-side.


  • Quasar's Gyro-gravity Behavior, Luminosity and Redshift (2008) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    The high redshift value of quasars is generally described by the Hubble constant, related to the Doppler-effect due to the expansion of the universe. In this paper, we look closer to the part of the redshift that is caused by gyrogravitation, which is the analogue application of the electromagnetic Maxwell equations upon gravitation. The result of our analysis explains the possibility of a high value difference between the quasar redshift and the related galaxy redshift due to the quasar's rotation (spin). Moreover, we find results that are within the observed redshifts, based only on the expected quasar-radius of a few light-weeks, without the artifact of an expanding universe.


  • The Karlsson Peaks in the Quasar's Redshift Distribution as an Indication for Circling Light in a Non-Expanding Universe (2008) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    The quasar's redshift distribution is found to have a periodicities, according to K. G. Karlsson and others. Here, we analyse if these peaks could be an indication of circling light about the centre of the universe. We find that the Zwicky-Ashmore redshift theory provides an excellent evidence for circling light. We can confirm the age of the universe and define its radius and its mass with a good approximation.


  • Deduction of Orbital Velocities in Disk Galaxies. "Dark Matter": a myth? (2007) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    In my paper "A coherent dual vector field theory for gravitation" is explained how simply the Gravitation Theory of Newton can be extended by transposing the Maxwell Electromagnetism into Gravitation. There exists indeed a second field, which can be called: co-gravitation-, Gyrotation- (which I prefer), gravito-magnetic field and so on. In this paper, I will call this global theory the Maxwell Analogy for Gravitation (MAG) ?Gyro-Gravitation?. One of the many consequences of this Gyro-Gravitation Theory that I have written down, is that Dark Matter does not exist. At least far not in the quantities that someones expect, but rather in marginalized quantities. Many researchers suppose that disk galaxies cannot subsist without missing mass that, apparently, is invisible, and which has to be taken into account in the classic Newton-Kepler model to better explain the disk galaxies' shapes. A remarkable point is that Gyro-gravitation Theory is not only very close to GRT, but more important, easy to calculate with, and coherent with Electromagnetism. It is no coincidence that nobody found the same result with GRT, not because GRT would obtain some other result, but because it is almost impossible to calculate with it. A demonstration is again given in this paper, where I deduce the general equations for the orbital velocities of stars in disk galaxies, based on the assumption of a simple mass distribution of the initial spherical galaxy.


  • Mercury's Perihelion Advance is Caused by Our Milky Way (2007) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    In this paper, I refocus on the first one of the findings that I described in: Did Einstein cheat? The unexplained advance of Mercury's perihelion can be found without any artifice, by using the motion of the solar system inside the Milky Way, just by applying the Maxwell Analogy (which has firstly been suggested by Heavyside) and by using the proper velocities' definitions.


  • On the Unexplained Density of Exoplanet TrES-4 (2007) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    The exoplanet TrES-4 has been discovered in 2007. Its density is 0.24 gr/cm?? and its diameter is 1.7 times that of Jupiter. The orbital radius is 7.3.109 m and the orbital period is 3.5 days about a star which has a mass of 1.2 M??. It is not known why such low-density planets can exist. Low-density planets should quickly become more dense, due to gravitation.


  • On the Dynamics of Saturn's Spirally Wound F-ring Edge (2007) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    The F-ring of Saturn shows a spirally wound edge. I have deduced its qualitative behaviour in section 2.4 of "New Evidence for the Dual Vector Field Theory for Gravitation (Cassini-Huygens Mission)". These spirals form regular buds with an amplitude and a wavelength. The aim of this paper is to show the relationship between the physical dimensions of the buds and the orbital velocity of the F-ring's edge.


  • The Gyro-Gravitational Spin Vector Torque Dynamics of Main Belt Asteroids in relationship with their Tilt and their Orbital Inclination (2007) [Updated 1 decade ago]
    by Thierry De Mees   read the paper:

    Several observational studies of the main belt asteroids showed a direct link between the evolution of the spin vectors and the inclination of their orbit. A study wherein the evolution of 25 main belt asteroids and 125 synthetic objects was computed over 1Myr (E. Skogl?v, A. Erikson, 2002) clearly quantified this link. Verification of these results with the observation of 73 asteroids confirmed the results. Non-gravitational (YORP-/Yarkovsky-) torques are not considered here. Following observational conclusions have been made by E. Skogl?v and A. Erikson:

    • the spin oscillations' amplitude increases with increasing orbital inclination of the asteroid.
    • the largest spin oscillations' amplitudes are found if the initial spin vector lays in the orbital plane.
    • the spin obliquity differences are generally insensitive to the shape, composition and spin rate of the asteroids.
    • there is a significant majority of asteroids with a prograde spin vector compared to retrograde ones.
    • the spin vectors of prograde asteroids are more chaotic than the spin vectors of retrograde asteroids.
    • there are very few asteroids having a spin vector that lays in the vicinity of the orbital plane.
    • the heliocentric distance is relevant for the spin vector behaviour.

    In this paper it was found that the gyro-gravitation theory, which is the closest Euclid theory to the General Relativity Theory of Einstein, complies very well with these observations. We find that the asteroid's tilt varies continuously and tends to reach more or less a retrograde spin in relation to the Sun's spin. The tilt varies however spiral-wise due to the gyroscopic effect that causes a motion of precession as well.


  • Cyclic Tilt Spin Vector Variations of Main Belt Asteroids due to the Solar Gyro-Gravitation (2007) [Updated 9 years ago]
    by Thierry De Mees   read the paper:

    In the paper "The Gyro-Gravitational Spin Vector Torque Dynamics of Main Belt Asteroids in relationship with their Tilt and their Orbital Inclination" I found the excellent compliance between the observations and the extrapolations of E. Skogl?v and A. Erikson, 2002, and the theoretical deductions according the Maxwell Analogy for Gravitation. This implies namely the existence of the second gravitational field: Gyrotation (Co-gravitation). Six of the seven observations are directly explained by the theory. The seventh observation: "there is a significant majority of asteroids with a prograde spin vector compared to retrograde ones" is explainable by supposing that the asteroids are created, like most of the planets are, prograde. The theory found that the asteroids' spins are expected to end-up as retrograde. Two factors play a role: the speed of change of tilt due to gyrotation, and the other influences like the perturbations by Jupiter and Saturn or the gravitational librations. Here, mainly the gyrotation part is studied analytically and graphically, and commented.


  • On the Orbital Velocities Nearby Rotary Stars and Black Holes (2006) [Updated 3 years ago]
    by Thierry De Mees   read the paper:

    Observation of some huge spinning black holes in the centre of galaxies, and surrounded by orbiting stars, shows that stars close-by the black hole orbit at much higher speeds than normally expected, whereas the velocity of stars at higher distances suddenly falls down to normal values. In a former paper "On the Shape of Rotary Stars and Black Holes" I found the analytic expressions for the forces on rotary stars and black holes, due to the gyrotation forces. These forces are generated by the second field of gravitation, based on the Maxwell Analogy for Gravitation (or historically more correctly: the Heaviside Analogy for Gravitation). In earlier papers, I showed the great workability of this analytical method, at the condition that the "local absolute velocity" is defined in relation to a major gravitational field instead of the "observer system" as with GRT. I found so the detailed explanation for the double-lobes explosions of supernova, and for the equator explosions. Here, I deduct the velocity distribution of orbital objects nearby or farther away from rotary stars or black holes.


  • Are Venus' and Uranus' Tilt of Natural Origin? On the Formation of Our Planetary System (2005) [Updated 8 years ago]
    by Thierry De Mees   read the paper:

    The formation theories of our solar system have still remained filled of question marks. Why are the orbits of Mercury and Pluto that much eccentric, and that of the other planets much less? Why are the axial tilts what they are? This we will discover in this paper. Here we will start from the primary model of a huge solar protuberance and next apply the electromagnetic and the gravitational dynamics to it. The application of these physics leads us to the description of how the planets arose, their orbits, their tilt, and their composition. Also we will comment why the Asteroids Belt and the Trojan Asteroids probably arose. Initially, we will bring in that the complete planetary system originated from a solar eruption, and reveal that the planets have successively developed in the order: Mercurius, Venus, the Earth, and Mars on the one hand, and on the other hand Neptune, next Uranus and probably Pluto, then successively Saturnus and Jupiter. At last, the Asteroids Belt was formed, just after the formation of Mars and Jupiter. This theory is supported by the other parameters such as the comparison of the planet's density, size and chemical composition. Also the comparison of their tilt, the spacing between their orbits, and the elliptic orbit and tilt of some planets support the theory. We find evidence that Venus' and Uranus' tilt are totally natural.


  • On the Geometry of Rotary Stars and Black Holes (2005) [Updated 3 years ago]
    by Thierry De Mees   read the paper:

    Encouraged by the great number of explained cosmic phenomena by using the Maxwell Analogy for Gravitation (or the "Heaviside field") instead of the General Relativity Theory, we study closer the fast rotary stars that we have studied earlier. We find the detailed reason for the double-lobes explosions of supernova, and for the equator explosions. A part of the star is insensible to fast rotation, and at the contrary is more attracting the faster it spins. We find for spherical stars important velocity-independent angles, defining partly their final torus-like shape. We found this by recognizing that moving masses generate a second field, analogue to magnetism, that we call gyrotation.


  • Analytic Description of Cosmic Phenomena Using the Heaviside Field (2005) [Updated 1 decade ago]

    The Maxwell analogue equations (MAE) for gravitational dynamics, as first proposed by Heaviside [O. Heaviside, The Electrician 31, 281 (1893)], are applied to fast rotating stars. We define the absolute local velocity (ALV) for objects moving in a gravitational field, and we apply the MAE and the Lorentz force (LF) law (LFL) to planetary orbits, galaxies with a spinning center, and spinning stars. The result is that the MAE and the LFL allow us to explain perfectly and very simply the formation of disc galaxies and the constant speed of the stars of the disk. They explain the origin of the symmetric shape of some supernova remnants and find the supernova's explosion angle at 0? and global compression not above 35?16′. They define the dynamics of fast-spinning stars that never explode ? despite their high rotation velocity ? in relation to the Schwarzschild radius. They finally de-scribe binary pulsars, collapsing stars, and chaos. No other assumptions are necessary for obtaining such results.


  • Why Does Saturn Have Many Tiny Rings? Cassini-Huygens Mission: New Evidence for the Gravitational Theory with Dual Vector Field (2004) [Updated 8 years ago]
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    This publication is based on the fundamentals of the dynamics of masses interacting by gravitation, given by the Maxwell analogy for gravitation or the Heaviside field. In our paper "A Coherent Dual Vector Field Theory for Gravitation" (2003), we have developed a model. This dynamics model allowed us to quantify by vector way the transfer of angular movement point by point, and to bring a simple, precise and detailed explanation to a large number of cosmic phenomena. With this model the flatness of our solar system and our Milky way has been explained as being caused by an angular collapse of the orbits, creating so a density increase of the disc. The constant velocity of the stars has been calculated, and the halo explained. The ?missing mass? (dark matter) problem has been solved without harming the Keplerian motion law. The theory also explains the deviation of mass like in the diablo shape of rotary supernova having mass losses, and it defines the angle of mass losses at 0? and above 35?16'. Some quantitative calculations describe in detail the relativistic attraction forces maintaining entire the fast rotating stars, the tendency of distortion toward a torus-like shape, and the description of the attraction fields outside of a rotary black hole. Qualitative considerations on the binary pulsars show the process of cannibalization, with the repulsion of the mass at the poles and to the equator, and this could also explain the origin of the spin-up and the spin-down process. The bursts of collapsing rotary stars are explained as well. The conditions for the repulsion of masses are also explained, caused by important velocity differences between masses. Orbit 'chaos' is better explained as well. Finally, the demonstration is made that gyrotation is related to the Relativity Theory. The detailed photographs of the Saturn rings made by the Cassini-Huygens mission gives us new evidence for the validity of the Gyrogravitation theory. It explains the presence of the flat rings around Saturn, the presence of thin parallel rings, the shape of the edges of the F-ring and the reason why such rings are present at the border of large ring zones.


  • A Coherent Dual Vector Field Theory for Gravitation (2003) [Updated 1 decade ago]
    by Thierry De Mees   read the paper:

    This publication concerns the fundamentals of the dynamics of masses interacting by gravitation. We start with the Maxwell Analogy for Gravitation (or the "Heaviside field"), and we develop a model. This model of dynamics, allow us to quantify the transfer of angular movement point by point by the means of vectors, and to bring a simple, precise and detailed explanation to a large number of cosmic phenomena. And to all appearances, the theory completes gravitation into a wave theory. With this model the flatness of our solar system and our Milky way can be explained as being caused by an angular collapse of the original orbits, creating so a density increase of the disc. Also the halo is explained. The "missing mass" (dark matter) problem is solved, and without harming the Keplerian motion law. The theory also explains the deviation of mass like in the double-lobed shape of rotary supernova having mass losses, and it defines the angle of mass losses at 0? and under 35?16'. Some quantitative calculations describe in detail the relativistic attraction forces maintaining entire the fast rotating stars, the tendency of distortion toward a toroid-like shape, and the description of the attraction fields outside of a rotary black hole. Qualitative considerations on the binary pulsars show the process of cannibalization, with the repulsion of the mass at the poles and to the equator, and this could also explain the origin of the spin-up and the spin-down process. The bursts of collapsing rotary stars are explained as well. The conditions for the repulsion of masses are also explained, caused by important velocity differences between masses. Orbit chaos is better explained as well. Finally, the demonstration is made that gyrotation is related to the Relativity Theory.


  • Lectures on "A Coherent Dual Vector Field Theory for Gravitation" (2003) [Updated 1 decade ago]
    by Thierry De Mees   read the paper:

    Gravitation is governed by two fields: the radial gravitation field of steady masses and the so-called gyrotation field, induced by relative mass velocities. The Maxwell analogue equations express them entirely. Gyrotation is the field which is caused by the (angular) motion of gravitation, and is defined by the mass' velocity through a steady gravitation field. It acts transversally in relation to gravitation. Rotating bodies as well generate gyrotation. These lectures explain some aspects of gravitomagnetism (or gyrogravitation).

    • Lecture A : a word on the Maxwell analogy.
    • Lecture B : a word on the flux theory approach.
    • Lecture C : a word on the application of the Stokes theorem and on loop integrals.
    • Lecture D : a word on planetary systems.
    • Lecture E : a word on the formation of disc galaxies.

  • Discussion: the Dual Gravitation Field versus the Relativity Theory (2003) [Updated 8 years ago]
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    Is the Gravitomagnetism (Gyrotation Theory) contradicting the Relativity Theory ? The Gyro-gravitation Theory describes the motion of masses in steady systems; the Relativity Theory describes how a steady observer sees light coming from a moving object assuming that only the (Relativistic) Gravitation Theory has to be taken in account. Both theories have got their application domain and their limitations.