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Old 12-21-2005, 02:01 AM
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Most of the motion in the universe is gyral; that is starting with
little eccentric motions, most of it "comes around full circle".

A gyral motion of 360 degrees, and a radius of one, will give a gyral
velocity or speed of 360 degrees per gyre, and a gyral acceleration
of: v^2/r = 360^2/r = a.

To keep this configuration intact about a central point requires an
average centripetal force that is equal to the centrifugal force that
the configuration tends to exert outward; which would ultimately
disperse the configuration:

Which is what would happen if the moon and Earth didn't have anything
to contain their configurations:

As it is, their configurations are maintained by the average inward
centripetal impulses exerted by the ambient pressure due to
electromagnetic impulses exerted by that medium.

Don

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Old 12-21-2005, 02:42 AM
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Default Gyral Motion

Thanks for posting it twice! I mean, once wasn't enough for something
so profound. Post it 3 times! 4! 5! Hell, computer memory is now
infinite, what with the locking-in of the Global Brain. Have a nice
day!

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Old 12-21-2005, 10:39 AM
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Don1 wrote:
That's because You think of the universe us a uni- a one, You picture
it from outside?
Nearly half of all motion "in" the universe will do best.
This i never heard of. It's great! Thanks.
Did You figure it out ?
In radians this means
a= 4* pi^2 * r / ( time for one revolution)^2

Gyral and rotational movement resists change, by evasing at a right
angle, moving the axis at an right angle both to it's former direction
and to the direction of "impuls" or whatever tries to change
(cross-product). So considering the rotaionf earth and moon, don't
forget to look at the rotations of the atoms and the particles, like
electrons.

I know rotation, it's found in relationto something at rest or at
linear movement.
I know twist, to opposing rotations.
What is precise gyral motion ?
Have fun
Hero

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Old 12-21-2005, 02:42 PM
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Default Gyral Motion

[Only registered users see links. ] wrote:

When I get my subsidy, I'll get a computer like most of you have, and
hire a staff to make sure that this doesn't happen. For now I'm the
guy, and the computer seems to post of it's own accord on occasion;
regardless of the content.

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Old 12-21-2005, 03:23 PM
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[Only registered users see links. ] wrote:

Oh wow, this IS great isn't it?


Precise gyral motion is the motion that each separate mass of matter
assumes about a point in space: Earth about its center of gravity; the
moon about its center of gravity, and so on, and on.

There is no other force involved; except the centripetal impulses which
constrain each about its own center of gravity; which are due to
impulses exerted by the electromagmetic medium.

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Old 12-21-2005, 06:41 PM
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Don1 wrote:


Glad to see that you're back posting again, Don.

What is alt.sci.physics without you.

You are, as it were, the life of the party.

Double-A

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