In the Solar System, the Sun exerts Solar Repulsion force
(SRF) while all rest bodies exert force of gravitational attraction.
The mass of the Sun is 99.9% of the Solar System. So, entire
Space of Solar System is “charged” with SRF. SRF
is antigravitational force, which retards intensity of force
of gravitation by converting about half the ratio of gravitation
into Retraction force.
As entire space is charged with SRF in the Solar System, SRF
retards gravitational intensity between two attracting bodies
in ratio proportional to distance (d) between them.
SRF
a
d
Now let us calculate intensity of mutual gravitational force
between two attracting bodies in the Solar System.
G = m x m/d : In case the Sun does not exist
SRF = d : Sun exists and SRF acts in ratio proportional to
distance between two attracting bodies.
G = i.e., G =
G
= m x m/d^{2}
Therefore, INTENSITY OF MUTUAL GRAVITATIONAL FORCES IN THE
SOLAR SYSTEM IS PROPORTIONAL TO PRODUCT OF MASSES AND INVERSELY
PROPORTIONAL TO SQUARE OF DISTANCE BETWEEN TWO ATTRACTING
BODIES. This is not ABSOLUTE Gravitational Intensity. Newton’s
“Inverse Square Law of Gravitation” proves THE
SUN EXERTS SOLAR REPULSION FORCE, not Gravitation.
Solar Repulsion Force converts about 50% of gravitational
intensities of planets and satellites, asteroids and ringlets
in Solar System into RETRACTION FORCE. The Retraction force,
which is generated by interaction of SRF keeps all these bodies
in revolution and in rotation.
Here absolute
G
a
mm/d
is converted into
G
a
mm/d^{2}
spared G is force converted into RETRACTION FORCE.
