The Story Of Our Universe: An Archimedean Screw Interpretation

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Johny Jagannath, Apr 25, 2015 - Science - 198 pages
Intended for a lay audience, this work presents a new theory of Gravitation that uses the mechanics of an Archimedean Screw (helix) to explain how gravity does, what it does, and extends this mechanism to explain other physical phenomena, such as an Electric Charge via a mechanical interpretation of a Chemical Bond. Therefore, the mechanics that govern the core of an atom in this work, also govern the mechanics of the core of a star or a planet. This mechanism can be also be extended to explain the behavior of magnets: like poles repel; unlike poles attract.

Therefore, all fundamental forces in this work are explained via the mechanism of a screw, where a Field Line is interpreted as a turning screw and the direction of the linear force is obtained by the right hand rule. The Archimedean Screw was invented in 700 BC by the Assyrians. It is one of the six classical simple machines.
 

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I was just thinking perhaps the same thing, and I emailed my sons and a philosopher friend an outline of the concept that (not knowing much about these things) mass emits radiation but that a "ray" of radiation is really a screw spinning in a certain direction -- when to such screw rays catch each other's threads, they exert a force on the bodies they are emitted from (because the emissions must be "attached" to the bodies). Spinning the other way would cause repulsion, and spinning in opposite ways would cancel out. And so I did a web search on screw theory of gravity and voila!!! BTW, I can also show that visualizations of near relativistic speeds according to the special theory of relativity done in Japan in the 90's are wrong -- I can prove that that is what you see standing still -- the geometry of visual perception is curvilinear... (and so physicists got confused :) fordoxaal@gm--l.com 

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Totally crank stuff, written by a total crank.

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