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johnreed

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The New Gravity intro
Posted: Oct 26, 2011 10:59 PM
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The Nrw Dravity Intro
johnreed
We used the balance scale to give us weight for 6000 years and for
6000 years we believed that heavy objects fall faster than lighter
objects.
So when Galileo showed that all objects fall at the same rate when
dropped at the same time from the same height we were amazed and we
have remained amazed for 450 years.
Where we place a balance scale is immaterial to the function of the
balance scale (as long as it is placed in a frame within which it can
operate). Wherever we place it the magnitude of the acceleration [g]
as a factor of the product weight [mg], will be the same on each pan
regardless of the mass magnitudes placed on the pans. So when we
define an object in units of weight [mg], the only quantity we are
comparing on the balance scale is the quantity of mass [m], since
acceleration [g] is a consequence of location. This uniform action
[g] on each pan enables us to compare non-uniform mass resistance on
the balance scale. That's pretty simple isn't it? So you might wonder
why I bother to point it out.
Since what is called gravitational acceleration [g] is a consequence
of location (and not a consequence of mass [m] ) all objects MUST
fall
at the rate of [g]. Further, if [g] was not a consequence of location
then mass [m] and acceleration [g] could not be combined into the
product called weight [mg]. In such a case the balance scale would
only give us weight as [w]. However if that were the case we could
never have developed.
Nonetheless we have engaged in extensive research to verify that all
objects fall at the same rate, independent of their mass [m] when
dropped at the same time from the same height (in a vacuum).
I have made it easier to reference my supporting work by creating a
Google Science and Technology Group titled: "The Least Action
Consistent Universe and the Mathematics". Currently it contains
Sections 1 through 9 for reference. The many sub-sections and work
prior to 2007 has not been included. I will develop it further as I
have the time and gain familiarity with the venue. Meanwhile my more
recent work is available for public review to all, and open to
criticism and discussion by any person who joins the group. The
latter is a condition established by Google and newsgroups in
general.
I provide information. I seek no recruits. However, there are no
restrictions or requirements to join.
Current web address: http://groups.google.com/group/thejohnreed
johnreed



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