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Fundamental Causes of an Attractive Gravitational Constant, Varying in Place and Time

Thierry De Mees
Year: 2010 Pages: 3
Keywords: gravitomagnetism, expanding Earth, gravitational constant, Coriolis Gravity Theory, gyrotation
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.