by John-Erik Persson | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

Results from a precision gravimeter experiment in China 1997 demonstrate an assumed gravitational shielding present before and after the eclipse. No (or a very small) effect is demonstrated during the eclipse. This is explained in [1] as caused by a very massive...
by Bob de Hilster | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

This paper describes the development of a new equation for gravity. The theory behind the equation is based on the work of Georges L. Le Sage. He proposed that there are “ultramundane corpuscles” (particles) coming at us from space. Most of these particles...
by Thierry De Mees | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

In this paper, I refocus on the first one of the findings that I described in: Did Einstein cheat? The unexplained advance of Mercury’s perihelion can be found without any artifice, by using the motion of the solar system inside the Milky Way, just by applying...
by Charles William Lucas | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

From the derived universal classical electrodynamic contact force law for finite-size elastic particles the force of gravity is identified as a statistical residual force of the fourth order term in v/c due to the vibration of neutral electric dipoles consisting...
by Robert J. Heaston | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

The gravitational superforce hypothesis states: The gravitational force is always equal to a constant superforce for the same mass and distance that exists at the mass energy equivalence of the gravitation potential energy. A specific superforce that impacts a broad...