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Mike Gamble
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  • Study of Gravity, Part 1 (2011) [Updated 2 years ago]
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  • Study of Gravity, Part 2 (2011) [Updated 2 years ago]
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  • Study of Gravity, Part 1 (2011) [Updated 2 years ago]
    by Mike Gamble   read the paper:

    I started this ?Study of Gravity? back in 2007 more as a curiosity than research. Looking in textbooks all you find about gravity is the statement that it is an attraction between two bodies and varies as the mass and separation. I thought there must be more to it, so I started collecting data about the earth. In engineering you start with a ballpark number (WAG or SWAG) and work the problem from there. Being of the electronics type I was trained to think in terms of waves, harmonics and frequencies. The ?wow moment? in the research came when I realized that the harmonic waveshapes were aligning very close to that of the measured data. After that things got real interesting!


  • Study of Gravity, Part 2 (2011) [Updated 2 years ago]
    by Mike Gamble   read the paper:

    I started this ?Study of Gravity? back in 2007 more as a curiosity than research. Looking in textbooks all you find about gravity is the statement that it is an attraction between two bodies and varies as the mass and separation. I thought there must be more to it, so I started collecting data about the earth. In engineering you start with a ballpark number (WAG or SWAG) and work the problem from there. Being of the electronics type I was trained to think in terms of waves, harmonics and frequencies. The ?wow moment? in the research came when I realized that the harmonic waveshapes were aligning very close to that of the measured data. After that things got real interesting!