Gravity by Michael J White

Pangaea and the arrival of the Oceans

Michael J White. 19th October 2012

Let us go to that native person on the equator who at one end of the street would discover that with water leaving a funnel it would rotate in one direction, at the other end of the street in the opposite direction.
Imagine somewhere in that street you have a thin high speed rotating disc. At one end of the street the disc would appear to rotate clockwise, at the other end of the street it would appear to rotate anticlockwise. The disc would be displaced by the gravitational effects of the Sun and the Milky Way.
The thickness of the thin high speed rotating thrust disc would rotate the Moon in its orbit and provide the graviton stacking hopper of planet Earth with the required amount of gravitons that are lost at the proton due to entrainment. Making comparisons with the rings of Saturn may help in deciding the exact thickness of the thrust disc.
We require to know the thickness of the thrust disc to our star the Sun, and all of the Solar Planets and what is the extent of their influence.

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