Gravity Control Idealism

Gravity Control Idealism attempts to understand the underlyiing dynamics of Universe, whereby it might be possible to control gravity and electromagnetism in a manner allowing for the needs of our planet.

Friday, June 03, 2005

Gravity

Gravity causes a falling mass to accelerate toward the surface curve of the Earth, which indicates the non-resistant nature of gravity, as gravity follows the path of least resistance in relation to the external portion of the Earth's field.

In this respect the field in which the falling occurs must itself be accelerating in the same direction as the falling mass.

This would further suggest that a factor of resistance must increase skyward, as the resistance of field decreases downward toward the surface of the Earth.

If the underlying energy of the field increases to the center of the Earth, the energy itself must be accelerating, whereby a falling mass must lose energy in proportion to the increasing energy of the field in which it is falling, otherwise it would not fall.

In other words, the field is non-linearly accelerating while the falling mass is linearly accelerating in relation to the underlying energy associated with the field and the falling mass.

And although the mass is linearly accelerating as it falls, it's energy is non-linearly decelerating relative to the acceleration of the field in which it is falling.
If we could devise a method by which to effectively accelerate the energy of the mass it would not fall, but would rise skyward relative to the field in which it exists.

The gravitational field of the Earth is focused symmetrically to the surface curve of the Earth, whereby there is an isometric field of resistance radiating from the surface curve of the Earth, where the level of resistance increases with altitude.

This causes a mass situated far from the Earth not to fall toward the Earth as there is a high level of resistance preventing an increase in linear acceleration toward the Earth.

A rocket fired from the surface of the Earth must accelerate to a speed of roughly 25,000 MPH to escape the gravitational field of the Earth, despite the fact that gravity decreases proportionally with altitude. This should suggest that rockets are not the most efficient means of escaping the Earth's gravity.

As the rocket accelerates skyward it must be losing energy relative to the field in which it exists, otherwise it would not move, as the process is a linear based concept of propulsion.

This explains why the rocket will fall back if it does not reach the 25,000 mph speed required to break free of the Earth's gravity.

If an aerospace system was gaining energy relative to the field in which it exists it would not fall back even if it did not reach the 25,000 mph speed which is presently thought to be necessary. For as long as it continued to gain energy relative to the field in which it exists, it would continue skyward with no concern for the speed of escape.

At the present we assess an increase in velocity to effect an increase in energy, but this is a false assumption, as an increase in velocity effects an increase in resistance to a further increase in energy, as well as an increase in resistance to a further increase in velocity.

An increase in resistance cannot affect both an increase in resistance and an increase in energy, as it's either one or the other, but not both.

The underlying energy of field is non-resistive, as an increase in energy affects a decrease in resistance to a further increase in energy.

If a falling mass which is accelerating affects an increase in resistance, that increase in resistance would slow it down unless it suffered a loss in energy relative to the accelerating field in which it is falling.

In other words, if the falling mass was gaining energy as it fell it would stop falling, as an increase in the energy of the mass relative to the field in which it exists would offset or counter the acceleration of the field.

Such a gain in energy relative to the field would force the mass to rise to a point where the field of the mass and the field of the Earth were in balance. Any further increase or decrease in energy relative to the field in which the mass is situated would cause the mass to either rise of fall.

So, there is a better way to get into space after all.

1 Comments:

At 10:47 PM, Blogger extrinsic said...

Actually rockets does not accelerate to the escape velocity soon after launch. Just like you said, the rocket fire and burn fuel to maintain at an energy level for it to continuously move skyward. The rocket never at any point reached the speed 25,000 MPH. As the rocket moves farther from the Earth, less energy is required to ensure skyward movement. As you know, at farther distant from the center of the gravity, the escape velocity also decreases.

 

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