On Jul 6, 2:42 pm, 1treePetrifiedForestLane <Space...@hotmail.com> wrote: > Newton's universal gravitation is nothing, > but an algebraic formulation of Kepler's orbital constraints, > discovered in the observatory by long work; and, > he stole it from Robert Hooke, the prior president > of the Royal Society! > > your saying it is wrong, is just as important, as your saying, > "I be the greatest psyntist, ever -- I be telling you!" > > anyway, it's pretty obvious, > that I is the only one, contending with you, although > there appear to have been a few lurkers, > who just jumped-in, recently. or. > do you have a single example, of anyone comprehending > even one small thing, that your huge genius has uncovered? > > > If any of the readers of N. G. would like to better understand how the > > Universe actually works, my numerous posts on Google?s sci.physics > > news group would be a good place to start. > > why don't you choose one, > as your best piece of work (or ****, as the case may be) ?? > > thus: > I did not attempt to find the respective dates of capturing > of those "before & after" images on the homepage, but > a big part of the difference is clearly a matter > of perspective, especially in the foreground.http://www.glacierworks.org/ > > thus: > it seems as if we are in a different phase of weather, already > perhaps for several decades, whether or not "global" warming is a) > an oxymoron, b) > a nonsequiter, or just c) > a simple misnomer, per Ahrrenius' 1896 glass "house" effect. > > > again, "Thicker multiyear ice used to make up around a quarter of the > > Arctic sea ice cover. Now it constitutes only 2 percent." > > thus: > as to why, ice has so little tensional strength, > my guess is, because it has so many phases which, > although not all appreciable at local temperature & pressure, > may transitionally be present, viz "currents > in the seismically-known-to-be-solid mantle."
1tree: Only historians are concerned with who did what in science. Kepler was a truly great scientist. But the masses he calculated for the planets, and where those planets will be at any point in time were determined by Newton's errant Law of Universal (sic) Gravitation. All bodies in space that can receive solar energy will be above absolute zero temperature. It is the quantity of photons being exchanged which determines the local ether density that pushes on the opposing sides of planets and keeps such in orbit. Those elliptical "storms" on Jupiter are regions having the greatest concentration of ether flow into the center of the planet. The radiant energy out will tend to be more uniform. Sunspots and solar flares are dictated by the ether having favored zones of downward flow. But the radiant energy tends to be more uniform over the entire surface area (not counting those solar flares). ? NoEinstein ?