Monday, September 9, 2013

Gravitational Mapping Confirms Rope Hypothesis

Source: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/09/130904105345.htm
More evidence supporting Bill Gaede's Rope Hypothesis has been found by an Australian-German research team, showing that gravitational differences on Earth are far greater than predicted by current models.

The data shows that gravity at the equator is measurably weaker than gravity at the poles. In other words, the exact same object weights less at the equator, than it does at the North Pole. General Relativity, the Theory of Gravitation devised by Albert Einstein not only fails to predict this, but cannot possibly account for this phenomena within it's model.  However, an alternative and somewhat controversial Grand Unified Theory of physics called the Rope Hypothesis is completely consistent with these findings.

Contemporary physicists understand at least this about gravity- that, "Every atom on the Earth is pulling on every atom of you. You're also pulling on it." [Source]  The Rope Hypothesis explains this fact with a real, physical mechanism. Quantum Mechanics and Relativists are puzzled by the question of how discrete particles can possibly pull each other from a distance. The answer is to understand that particles are not discrete, but connected by a real, two-strand rope! This rope is the fundamental fabric of the universe.

But how does it mediate the force of gravity? Why is gravity weaker at the equator than at the poles? Gravity is not a force, but a tension. I will let Gaede answer in his own words:

"It is now a no-brainer to visualize the effect of distance and why Newton's equation depicts gravity as acting instantaneously across the Universe. When the two objects are very far away, all the ropes superimpose and act essentially as one rope. When the objects are very close together, the ropes fan out and pull individually along different angles (Fig. 4). The number of ropes interconnecting each apple doesn't change. What changes is the angle at which they pull. At ever greater distances, more and more ropes become redundant. The changing of the angles from one location to the next is necessarily instantaneous!"
Fig. 4

All it takes to put this puzzle together is to compare this with an understanding of the shape of the Earth, provided by wikipedia:
The Earth has an equatorial bulge of 42.72 km (26.54 mi): that is, its diameter measured across the equatorial plane (12,756.28 km (7,926.38 mi)) is 42.72 km more than that measured between the poles (12,713.56 km (7,899.84 mi))



Therefore, it is clear that an object would be connected to Earth at a greater angle than at the Equator.

For more information about the Rope Hypothesis, please visit Bill Gaede's website at youstupidrelativist.com

2 comments:

  1. This confirms the alternative theory of gravity. The very space-time concept, on which theories of relativity are founded, has been mathematically, theoretically & experimentally proved as baseless and openly challenged on the basis of published scientific articles. Since the very space-time concept has been proved as baseless the question of curvature of space-time being correct does not arise. Gravity has been shown to be an electromagnetic force as foreseen by Maxwell due to the curl/vortices of aether (the electric dipoles) in the published article 'Revised Foundation of Theory of Everything: Non-living Things & Living Things' (www.indjst.org; Sep 2010) Revised version of this article is available on vixra & General Science Journal in my profile. Standing open challenge could be seen at http://www.worldsci.org/php/index.php?tab0=Abstracts&tab1=Display&id=6476&tab=2 and http://gsjournal.net/Science-Journals/Essays/View/4018.

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  2. Thanks for the post, Mo!

    "Gravity has been shown to be an electromagnetic force as foreseen by Maxwell due to the curl/vortices of aether (the electric dipoles)"

    Sorry but, what? Gravity is an action- a force- yes we all understand that. The question is 'what causes the force'? This was addressed within the article:
    "But how does it mediate the force of gravity? Why is gravity weaker at the equator than at the poles? Gravity is not a force, but a tension."

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