Science and The Industrial Design Engine

by Michael J White
The Scientific Paper

Way back in the 60’s I was asked to write a scientific paper for the mining industry on coanda effect.

I would take out my mechanics of fluids college notes and text books that I had a liking for and proceeded to write the scientific paper.

An office manager would enter and with a great flourish would drop a large volume written by a world leading scientist on coanda on my desk.

I would plough through page after page of complicated formulae and argument and at the end of it would realise that the world leading scientist was unable to deliver a fluid system design model.

Eventually my fluid system design notes from college were the only notes during my 21 years in industry that were stolen.

An accolade most certainly.

Science, Formulae and Industrial Design

An Example:

A rod is to be laid across an engine in order to operate a fuel system unit. You do not want the rod to vibrate with resonant frequency when the engine is in cruise mode. The industrial designer is then given a formulae, rather long, in order to establish what rod diameters must be avoided.

The industrial designer uses the formulae in the same way that a mechanic would lift up a spanner, and that is it.

The formulae most useful but absolutely nothing to do with the design of the rod.

Training the Industrial Designer

Therefore how does my training as an industrial designer vary from that of a scientist.

At age 19 years, having been some three to four years in industry, I was sent to learn from a tool investigator on the shop floor of the factory. Not in the drawing office you will note, where I spent most of my five years of training.

One day the tool investigator walked into the office, laid a form tool on the table and said that the shop foreman had requested that a jig should be designed that could grind the form tool at any angle. I was instructed to design that jig. As a nineteen year old I was left chewing on the end of my pencil for a whole three weeks, after which time I had absolutely nothing on the sheet of paper.

After three weeks the tool investigator came into the office and laid down a drawing of the jig in front of me. I fairly screamed at him, I am not interested if you can do it, how do I go about it. Well he said, when you are making an industrial design, you make comparisons with an existing known design model. What is the model I asked, a scribing block on the scribing table.
Seven years later I was working as an aero engine fuel systems designer.

The influence of Industry on Science

When working with the cosmos you cannot work with formulae or drawings, you can only approach the design model by writing essay after essay after essay, until you have a stack over a foot high.

Only industrial designers are trained to work with that, that they will never see at work.

Only they should present the design models in science.

Only scientists should decide what design models should enter the text books.

Essay and the Cosmos

Whilst at lecture, the scientist would attempt to persuade that an understanding of the cosmos is via that yellow brick road called formulae.

Observe that aircraft before you leave for somewhere far away. Take a good look at how the wings are set against the aircraft.

The pilot has taken you up to cruise height, look out along the wing. The wing is no longer straight and level and the fuselage of the aircraft would appear to be in the trough of a wave.

Wing root stress calculations will produce some of the most complicated formulae in the world.

So much so that only an independent stress office are the only people that are allowed to have the last word.

However complex these formulae are, gaze at them for ever more and they will not indicate the design model of the wing root.

Essay and the Cosmos

What is the power unit that drives Earth on its private invisible highway round the Sun?

Where is our place of departure?

A native of Africa at the Equator would have a funnel with escaping water. On the surface of the water he would place a straw. One end of the street the straw would rotate clockwise, at the other end of the street, anticlockwise. should you imagine a rotating disc at the centre of the street. Look at the disc from one end of the street and it would be rotating clockwise.

Look at the same rotating disc from the other end of the street and it would appear to rotate anti-clockwise.

Our disc would rotate the Moon in its orbit. The Moon would take 27.32 Earth days to orbit the Earth. Its gravity exerts a strong influence over our planet. In the way of tides. This disc that would rotate our Moon in its orbit has a purpose. It would supply an imploding graviton stacking hopper at the surface of planet Earth.

However, why the implosion?

The proton at the centre of the atom would attract the graviton because of coanda effect. However, the atom also has a stacking hopper and because of the miniature arrangement has a problem with pi a sum it must get wrong. Hence the introduction of the electron.

Gravitons lost at the proton due to space pressure not being present at the surface of the proton must mean that a stacking hopper is required worldwide which obviously will require a certain volume to be supplied by the thrust disc to the stacking hopper, what happens next?

The clue here is the friction experienced by astronauts as they enter the Earth’s atmosphere. This certain volume stacking hopper will attract a definite thickness of drape forming gravitons and it is this dense shell of gravitons that the astronauts require to force their way through.

Our star the Sun has a thrust disc in the same way that planet Earth has one and it is this power unit that drives Earth on its private invisible highway round the Sun?

Will the authors of children’s books be able to arrive at a plausible read?


The Milky Way is travelling at 900,000 mph.

Why do we sense no movement?

Ancients would say that light was transmitted by a means called a universal Aether. Our planet moves through space at speed. What is the density of Aether? 90% of the matter in the universe is not radiating at any wavelength in the entire electromagnetic spectrum. This important discovery is composed of gravitons which are 50mm diameter spheres divided in half 111 times.

Divide a 50mm diameter sphere in half 29 times and you are down to the size of an atom. The nucleus of an atom is a fly in a cathedral.

If we are to live on Earth we must in some fluid system way be part of he planet that we stand on. Even if we go down under to Australia. Clearly the Aether flows towards Earth and through everything that would reside on it however heavy or fast. This means this mass of gravitation material can pass through human beings and anything else with comparative ease.

We therefore cannot sense the speed of our vehicle, The Milky Way, through space.

This mass of universal gravitons means that we are subject to space pressure.

Space pressure must be constant because the speed of light is constant whatever the speed of travel.

This means electric charge is simply space pressure being channelled into an area for our use.

However this argument would beg the question, does planet Earth float and is movement by cosmic tidal forces?

Author of children’s books.

Consider the phase of development of children before the age of 12 years.

Why? Because I am asking you to consider a concept.



Uranus’s spin is retrograde, spinning in the opposite direction to most planets.

Its axis of rotation is tipped over by 98%, and the planet moves along the orbital path on its side.

Most stars are members of an industrial binary.

Solar planets contain more than 99% of the angular momentum of the Solar system.

Our star, the Sun, contains 99.87% of the mass of the Solar system.

Was our star, the Sun, part of a binary?

The fact that the planets have over 99% of the angular momentum of the Solar system would suggest that the Sun was part of a binary. A rotating disc is discovered at the equator rotating our Moon in it’s orbit, and our star, the Sun, would have a rotating disc, rotating all of the planets in their orbit. Many other planets would have evidence of a rotating disc.

The only way the planets could have their angular momentum is if the thrust disc of our Sun took a small number of molten orbs out of its opposite number in the binary. However in the case of Uranus, what happened next?

The molten orb would be propelled way above the influence of the thrust disc of our star, the Sun, and come under the influence of the thrust disc of the opposite number in the binary. This is the probable reason why Uranus’ spin is retrograde, spinning in the opposite direction to most planets.

What happens next?

You have seen your Mother tossing up a pancake.

The molten orb would drop, resulting in the eventual planet moving along its orbital path on its side within the thrust disc of our star, the Sun.

Origins of the Asteroid Belt

For this we must now look for clues. Our first clue is Uranus. Uranus’s spin is retrograde spinning in the opposite direction to most planets. Its axis of rotation is tipped over by 98% and the planet moves along the orbital path on its side.

Our second clue, our star the Sun is 5,000 million years old. 4,600 million years ago planet Earth was formed. 4,500 million years ago a solid iron silicon Mars size projectile, which I say was covered by at least 50km thick of ice, would impact planet Earth. However this impact would deliver our Moon in its close orbit. All the craters on the Moon would be delivered at this time suggesting that the Mars size impact had attendants in the way of an asteroid flow of some proportions.

Our third clue is that most stars are members of an initial binary. We have stated that our star the Sun must have been part of a binary because the planets have over 99% of the angular momentum of the Solar system. Now we are in position, let us visit the Asteroid Belt. The problem I have with the Solar system is if the thrust disc of our star the Sun would take a few molten orbs out of its opposite number in the binary, we should have many, many more planets than what we have.

The clue here is Uranus, the escapee from the eventual asteroid belt. Now we are used to the thrust disc and stacking hopper of our star the Sun. However, two stars two thrust discs and two stacking hoppers are a very different situation. Should the two thrust discs be rotating in opposition we have a tennis match of massive proportion, however the tennis racket is more like the war chariot of Queen Boudica, five blades attached to each wheel would wreak havoc among all those molten spheres out of range of the Solar system’s influence. There the debris would be left as a belt above the Solar system. The asteroid belt would then descend onto the Solar system and be in its present position today.

Stars are held together by their own gravitation giving off electromagnetic radiation produced by nuclear energy mainly the conversion of hydrogen into helium. It is said that asteroids almost certainly originate from the time of the formation of the Solar system. Some very small objects find their way to Earth as meteorites, An iron meteorite consits mainly of iron (90-95%) and some nickel, with traces of other metals. Iron meteorites are classified into groups and each group is thought to correspond to a different parent ASTEROID.
Therefore what part is played out by thrust disc and stacking hopper of Binary Stars in order to produce a solidiron, silicon ASTEROID.

How did the oceans of planet Earth arrive?

It is vexatious that if you place the question on the web you, I understand you will get 11 million results. The official version of how the oceans arrived is not completely understood. Some would say large blocks of ice arriving would herald the arrival of the oceans; others would say there is a link with volcanic activity.

I suppose, in a way, both statements are true. However, to make a statement as to how the oceans of planet Earth would make an arrival is just plain silly, you must build your case.

4,600 million years ago the Earth was formed. You must say in passing that the Earth with the Solar planets contain more than 99 percent of the angular momentum of the Solar System, and now explain this.

My Explanation

Most stars are members of an initial binary. The thrust disc of our star, the Sun, would take a few molten orbs from its opposite number. One of those molten orbs became planet Earth. Therefore we are nothing to do with the Sun whatsoever.

What happened next?

Shortly after the arrival of planet Earth, a solid iron, silicon, Mars-sized projectile would impact planet Earth 4,500 years ago. This impact is crucial for our very existence today.

I would state that our oceans would arrive as at least 50 kilometres thick of ice on that projectile. Certainly after arrival water would gush from volcanoes. The planet would at its surface go solid due to the icy waters and a fairly shallow ocean would cover the whole of planet Earth.

What do I have to support this statement?
Zircon is actually the oldest known mineral on Earth. Samples found from Western Australia are more than 4,400 million years old. They must have been produced in the presence of water. Therefore as far as I am concerned the oceans of planet Earth arrived as ice on the Mars-sized projectile. Q.E.D.

In attendance with the Mars-sized projectile were a host of asteroids if the age and date of the craters on the Moon are anything to go by. However, you are not home and dry yet. The land that you stand on today did not make an arrival until 240 million years ago. You may have found the occasional volcanic atoll to stand on, previous to this.

When the Mars-sized projectile would impact planet Earth, a gaping shaft would release molten matter which would in the first instant become our Moon.

For a short time, little molten matter would be released. This would be overcome by the icy waters, go solid, and sink below the molten material in planet Earth. The material would be subjected to high temperature and pressure, and would become the diamonds that would arrive on the continent of Africa.

The impact of the Mars-sized projectile would provide a safety valve and the molten material produced would eventually become solid 240 million years ago and become Pangaea: name for a single supercontinent that formed and present land masses plus their continental shelves can be fit into this one continent.

Oxygen levels at this time would be equal to those today and herald the arrival of the dinosaurs. However, fish are the most ancient form of life with a history of 450 million years.

The Nature of an Electric Charge

A 1974 Dictionary of Science would state:-

“Science does not understand the nature of an electric charge”.

As a boy of eight during the early ’40s I would receive an electric shock in my right arm. This electric shock would appear to me as a sudden surge of fluid into my arm. Further analysis of this sudden surge of fluid into my arm would be available in the early ’90s.

90% of the material in the Universe is not radiating at any wavelength in the entire electromagnetic spectrum. What is clear to me now is that the surge of fluid would leave my arm and with seamless open ended interactive dialogue would join the 90% of spacia1 graviton materia1. However, the impression we are given is that the electron is the nature of an electric charge.

Not so! The electron in some cases would move at one thousandth of one mile per hour whereas the electric charge would move at the speed of light.

It quite clear what is happening here.

A ship would float on the oceans

A ship would float on the oceans, is powered by an engine is affected by the trade winds.

A Galaxy would float on Graviton Ocean, is powered by a Black-Hole Engine, is affected by tida1 gravitons attracted to nearby Galaxies of greater proportion.

In order to have Black-Hole Engine we require to employ a Doughnut shaped Star, nothing else will work.

90% of materia1 in the Universe is not radiating at any wave-length in the entire electro-magnetic spectrum. A graviton is said to be 10(-35) metres or a 50mm diameter sphere divided in half 111 times. That our Graviton Ocean.

For a11 the Galaxies a rotating disc would feed a stacking hopper in order to replace gravitons entrained about the proton.

This is our tida1 flow attracting the Mi1ky Way. Stars are said to be binaries in the first instant. Of course our Star the Sun was a binary in the first instant because the Solar planets have almost all the angular momentum of the Solar system.

You cannot produce binary stars by means of accretion that is impossible. Therefore binary stars are manufactured, and they are manufactured with In B1ack-Hole Engines

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