Anomalous Facts--Anomaly #7 Newton's "Law of Gravity"

Wiliam Barkley

PureInsight | July 2, 2001

We will be changing gears slightly for this next anomaly which discusses one of the most basic of our accepted laws of physics. The 179 page paperback book, The Last Skeptic of Science, by Rene? is chock full of anomalies regarding our physical world and the Western scientific establishment. Rene?also mentions periodic "roll-overs" of the earth, which were the basic theme of anomalies 4, 5 and 6, above. He devotes all of Chapter 6 to a discussion of "roll-overs" and presents exceptional evidence to support this viewpoint. minded,.

I have picked only one of the various anomalies discussed by Rene?to include in this report. The first relates to one of the most basic concepts in physics, Newton's Law of Gravity.

Mathematically, this law is stated as: F=Gm1m2/R2 (Engineering Mechanics. 99) where:
F = the force of attraction between the two particles
G = the universal constant of gravitation according to experimental evidence and is

m1 and m2 are the masses of each of the two particles or bodies
R = distance between the centers of the two particles or bodies
Notice that the distance R is squared.

Rene uses the earth's tides, spring scales, torsion pendulums, free fall, deep ocean pressures, the moon's orbit and numerous calculations to demonstrate that the Law of Gravity is incapable of making accurate predictions regarding the numerous physical phenomena listed above. It seems that whenever scientists encounter a situation that does not conform to the Law of Gravity they routinely behave in one or the other of two ways. They ignore the observed fact or create a mathematical fudge factor to force the observed situation to fit the law.

Gravity waves are supposed to travel at the speed of light. So, the moon's tidal forces acting on the earth would arrive here almost instantaneously. Why is it that high tides may occur a few hours or even a few days after the moon has passed overhead? Why is it that the Mediterranean Sea has virtually no tides? There is obviously some force or forces acting on the world's oceans to cause the observed tides but I must agree with Rene? It is not Newton's Law of Gravity.

Editor's note: If you truly want to be amazed read Zhuan Falun and other lectures by Li Hongzhi which confirm that, indeed, what science calls "gravity" does not exist. There are other forces at work which achieve the effect of what everyday people call gravity.

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