Dynamics and Global Gravity Law: Global Physics

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This book includes volumes V and VI of Global Physics.

Among the most important aspects of Global Dynamics we can highlight the following:
• The existence of a constant speed of light only within its natural system, immersed in the three-dimensional Euclidean space of Greek metrics.
• Electromagnetic energy cannot exist without its 3D reticular structure support or, better said, gravity or tension of longitudinal curvature.
• The speed of light is additive with respect to that of the natural system of reference through which it moves.
• The distinction between physics velocity and abstract or conventional velocity, such as the velocity of two objects separating.
• The non-relativity of time and space within the scientific and objective scope of reality.

The Global Gravity Law deserves special mention for implying a different explanation for the predictions of Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity by means of a small adjustment to Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation. I am referring to the effect of the gravitational lens, the gravitational redshift of light and the precession of the perihelion of Mercury.

While Einstein’s Theory of Relativity uses kinetic energy to alter space-time and balance the planetary orbits, Global Physics finds an additional force or second component of atractis cause. It is due to the global or kinetic ether (strings, quantum foam or space-time with mechanical properties) also adjusted by kinetic energy, to explain the physical reality without altering it.

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Molwick
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Oct 1, 2016
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234
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9788415328919
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English
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Science / Energy
Science / Gravity
Science / Mechanics / Statics
Science / Physics / Relativity
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