Gravity, Nature of Electric Charge
As one-time aero engine fuel system designer under Gordon Morley at Elton Road, the explanation of how we are held to the surface of the earth and yet sense no movement was of interest to me. 67,000 mph, and that only in the first Solar instant is a staggering speed. We must in some fluid system way be part of the planet that we stand on - that is the only stationary bit in this situation.
What data do we have? We are told that the nucleus of an atom is as a fly in a cathedral, and since the effects of gravity is said to be the weakest of the forces, it is to here that we must look.
First the size of an atom cathedral - divide a 50mm diameter sphere in half 29 times and we are down to the size of an atom. Next we just fill this atom cathedral with fluid. Since at least 90 per cent of material in the Milky Way cannot be found, this would seem reasonable proposition.
The hypothetical particle of gravity measures 10(-35) metres. This I understand from our mathematicians is a 50mm diameter sphere divided in half 111 times. This 90 per cent of material must place space under pressure, just as being under our atmosphere places you under pressure. Our atom cathedral is therefore under pressure.
Coanda Effect: Take a venturi tube, at the entrance a 4mm wide annular slot. Feed this slot with 100 psi air from an annular chamber. Atmospheric air pressure is denied access to the surface of the inlet to the venturi. Because the volume of air being ejected is not excessive, air outside the entrance to the venturi tube pushes the jet of air down the venturi tube and much entrained air as well.
This effect is used down coalmines for ventilation.
Let us venture near our fly at the centre of our cathedral. There seems to be two main players the proton and the neutron. The neutron however does not put in an appearance with one proton as in hydrogen. Therefore since the neutron neither attracts nor repels we may presume that it is a flow or pressure regulator of sorts when two or more protons are present.
The proton however does attract. I am saying that it attracts in the same way as the coanda tube. Space pressure cannot be present at the surface of the proton. Therefore gravity particles are entrained.
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Research for the article carried out in the Brynmor Jones Library, University of Hull 92 - 2001