Gravity Restatement

A Law of Gravitational Mass Displacement

Posted on: March 27, 2009

Gravitational Mass Displacement at Work: Two Galaxies Attracted by Gravity

Gravitational Mass Displacement at Work: Two Galaxies Attracted by Gravity


(These articles were originally published on the Lycos network beginning on March 27, 2009, and transferred to WordPress about a month later.)

 

 

Oceanic Whirlpools; Hurricanes; Tornados; bathtub whirlpools; eddies in rivers; Jupiter’s Red Spot; Two star systems where one star’s gravity is pulling in the other star; whirlpool galaxies that experience gravitational pull of a gravity object.

Gravity Objects explain a great deal. 

Here is The Law:  Whenever you get three things – A massive Gravity Object, another less massive collection of mass, and a space of relatively little mass between them - you are likely to see a whirlpool-type geometry that leads to a movement of the lighter mass to the Gravity Object – a “Gravitational Mass Displacement”.

As a black hole pulls in more matter, it increases in gravity, causing it to bend space, in a manner that is analogous to a tornado, or a funnel cloud.  It moves toward the Gravity Object.

Someone (Watson) has apparently seen a phenomenon like this – Astronomica, p. 145.  Two black holes collide and create gamma ray bursts.

This law explains the mysterious gamma ray bursts.  As a galactic black hole intensifies, it starts bending space in the direction of the more massive gravity object.  When the black hole collides with the gravity object, it causes a gamma ray burst and great destruction, much the same way a tornado touchdown causes destruction.

Further, the new law explains supermassive black holes at the center of galaxies.  Somewhere in distant space, a gravity object exists.  This could be another galaxy or another black hole or a galaxy cluster.  Between the gravity object and the galaxy is space that has far less mass.  Notice the similarity with earth (a gravity object), air and funnel clouds.  The pull of gravity from the gravity objects creates the black hole and the swirl of the other galaxy in the first place.  While we may not be able to immediately see the gravity object, we know it lies on a line that is roughly perpendicular to the plane of the black hole.  (Note that, to the extent that the gravity object is not on a line that is perpendicular to the plane of the black hole, it is because of the motion of the gravity object and the galaxy caused initially by the Big Bang.)

All swirling galaxies operate according to this new law.  We don’t see “funnels” in space because, just as in the case of tornadoes, the funnel cloud doesn’t usually touch down.  Most galaxies that are swirling appear like dark funnel clouds that begin to form but never touch down.  Further, we are observing a process that would in many cases take perhaps thousands or millions of years, as compared to the seconds it takes a tornado to strike.

This law explains the problem mentioned by Watson at p. 182.  In fact, Watson alludes to the “bath water” phenomenon at p. 182.  The Law explains the “cannibalism” of one galaxy by another noted by Watson at p. 184. It is essentially an extension of gravity theory.

 

Newton Variations

Gravity Objects explain a great deal.  Again, here is The Law:  Whenever you get three things – A massive Gravity Object, another less massive collection of mass, and a space of relatively little mass that separates the two – you are likely to see a whirlpool-type geometry that leads to a movement of the lighter mass to the Gravity Object – a “Gravitational Mass Displacement”.

Further Reading:  Books by the following authors are quite good and are recommended without reserve:  Filkin, Sagan, Hawking, Penrose, Gibbins, Thorne, Wheeler, Greene, Einstein, Newton.

 

Copyright, 2009.  Wade D. Hobbs, Jr.

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1 Response to "A Law of Gravitational Mass Displacement"

Good Post. I can’t wait to get some scientific insight on my blog.

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