Gravitational Force of the Sun
“Using current and accepted scientific references Spolter shreds our current beliefs about density, mass and gravity and brings us, scientifically, to what is really going on.” -John Lear
Gravitational Force of the Sun presents new concepts in the study of gravitation. A new equation for the gravitational force is introduced, which is the correct interpretation of Kepler’s third law and which has been verified experimentally to very high precision. The equation is F = a.A, or force = acceleration Area.
The book also presents equations for the sequential distances of the planets from the sun and of satellites from the centers of Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus, with correlation coefficients upwards of 0.99, concluding that gravitation is quantized. A simple and useful equation for eccentricity is presented as the ratio of the sum of perturbations to the gravitational force of the sun. It is shown that Kepler’s second law is not a general law; i.e., equal areas are swept in approximately equal intervals of time only near aphelion and perihelion.
There is now confusion between the concepts of “force” and “energy.” In the last chapter of the book, new units are introduced to clarify the two concepts. Any equation containing “mass” relates to the concept of “energy”. Force is independent of mass.
For centuries, the mystery of gravitation has fascinated scientists like Galileo, Brahe, Kepler, Huygens, and Newton to mention a few, and here Dr. Spolter discusses their theories, where they succeed and where they fall down. She points out not only what is wrong with Newton’s universal law of gravitation, but offers a new explanation that obviates the need to include mass in the equation for gravitational force. Dr. Spolter also attacks Einstein’s general theory of relativity, showing where certain assumptions make his theory incorrect, and lists all the observations that the theory does not explain, such as the rotation of the celestial bodies. Indeed, Dr. Spolter maintains that all celestial phenomena can be explained in terms of classical physics and mathematics… The Gravitational Force of the Sun is a well-argued, well-documented, thought-provoking volume which should be read by students and teachers of physics, astronomy, and mathematics for the important contribution it makes to furthering scientific enquiry.
~ Nexus Magazine, June-July 1996.
This book provides a unique testament to independent thinking in the sciences… The aim of “training” or of higher education in general is, while making the obligatory profound genuflections to original thought, to ensure that as little of it as possible actually happens. In this the training is surprisingly effective. By and large, the professors succeed in intellectually cloning themselves… Among these mutually-admiring replicas of the pedagogic personality is not numbered Pari Spolter… There is much more of outstanding value in the book than I have been able to suggest here. (To name the least, there is an appendix in which the rotation of the earth is treated via translations of the superb original writings of Foucault on his famous pendulum and his invention of the gyroscope.) But if this book did no more than to provide the persuasive evidence it does for the Bode-Titius law, it would deserve a place of honor in the pantheon of the history of science.
~ Infinite Energy, Thomas E. Phipps, Jr., January-February 1997.
As an added feature of the book is the study of the new concepts related to the gravitation. It also introduces the new equations for the gravitational force, which is the perfect and accurate interpretation of Kepler’s third law and which has gone through the experimental verification to a very high precision. The concerned equation is denoted as F = a. A, or in words: force = acceleration multiplied by Area. The concerned book also includes the equations that compute the sequential distances existing between the planets and the sun and of different satellites from the centric of corresponding planets such as Saturn, Jupiter, and Uranus, bearing coefficient of correlation upwards of 0.99, making a point that gravitation is quantized.