by Thierry De Mees | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

The amazing Solar Protuberance Theory gives three strong proofs for the creation of our planets from a huge electromagnetic eruption. I found a 99,98% probability fit between the initial planetary orbit diameters calculated with the theory and the actually observed...
by Thierry De Mees | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

Inertia is analyzed in the light of the Coriolis Gravity Theory. It is found that inertia is orientation-dependent, which opens a way to outsmart its effects. Particles can be oriented and made inertia-insensitive for given accelerations and forces by using magnetic...
by Thierry De Mees | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

Supernovae remnants are observed that are double-lobe shaped or double-ring shaped with a central ring. Gravitomagnetism fully explains this kind;of explosions of fast spinning stars. We start with the Maxwell analogy for gravitation or the Heaviside field, and we...
by Thierry De Mees | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

The evaluation of stars’ properties is classically performed by comparing the stars’ light spectra and fluxes to the known solar properties. Another method to find the stars’ rotation velocity will be discussed here: the extrapolation to the other...
by Thierry De Mees | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

In this paper, I draw the list of weaknesses of the mainstream gravity and cosmology theories. First, the special and general relativity theory are discussed, where the emphasis is on the physical meaning of length contraction, the time expansion and the time delay....