Physics states acceleration (A) of a body is owing
to Mutual Gravitational Force between the Earth (e) and the
falling body (B). Therefore, A should be in ratio proportional
to MASS of the Earth (ME) x MASS of the falling body (MB)
and inversely proportional to square of distance between them.
This is as per Newton’s law of Gravitation.
G = M x m / D^{2} so, A = ME x MB / D^{2}
= Acceleration due to G.
Now,
when we take two bodies of different masses as C body, CB
having mass 10 and F body, FB having mass 100, then
A
a
CB x EM /D^{2}
& A
a
FB x EM / D^{2}
i.e., A a
10M x EM / D^{2}
& A a
100M x EM / D^{2}
As
the Earth Mass and distances are common and equal for both
bodies CB and FB, therefore acceleration should be proportional
to the MASS OF THE FALLING BODY.
A
a
MB.
THEREFORE, ACCELERATION SHOULD NOT BE COMMON FOR ALL BODIES
BUT IT MUST BE PROPORTIONAL TO MASS OF FALLING BODY. Higher
the mass greater the rate of acceleration and vice versa.
However,
we observe common acceleration for all bodies on the earth
with different masses. WHY SO ?
There
is no SCIENTIFIC answer for the puzzle. All scientists from
Newton to Einstein have struggled to answer the problem in
vain. The Science Magazine RESONANCE in August 1998 states
“Since Galileo and his famous Leaning Tower experiment:
ALL BODIES FALL WITH THE SAME ACCELERATION WHEN DROPPED. Einstein
saw here not just a fact but also a deep PUZZLE. He started
thinking about this problem shortly after he completed the
special theory of Relativity and continued thinking about
it and complex of other problems that grew out of it for about
eight years till 1915 in vain.”
Now, we have solved the puzzle on basic of STREPULSIONPHYSICS.
STREPULSIONPHYSICS & MYSTERY OF COMMON ACCELERATION:
The Sun exerts SOLAR REPULSION FORCE (SRF). The Earth exerts
Planetary Gravitational Force (PGF).As mass of the Sun is
99.9% of the Solar System, entire space of the system is “charged”
with SRF.
SRF COUNTERBALANCES GRAVITATIONAL INTENSITY OF ALL FALLING
BODY ON THE EARTH.
So intensity of Gravitational force of falling (B) bodies
turned “neutral’ or Zero. Therefore, acceleration
is activated ONLY DUE TO EARTH GRAVITATION. The intensity
of Earth Gravitation is proportional to its mass, which is
COMMON for all falling body.
Therefore,
acceleration due to gravity of the falling body is not owing
to mutual gravitation between the Earth and Falling body but
due to SINGLE FORCE and that is due to EARTH GRAVITATION only.
THEREFORE, WE OBSERVE COMMON ACCELERATION FOR ALL BODIES IRRESPECTIVE
OF THEIR MASSES.
If
the Sun exerted force of Gravitation, then, acceleration should
have followed in ratio proportional to mass of falling body.
THE COMMON ACCELERATION FOR ALL BODIES PROVES  THE SUN EXERTS
SRF.
THE FORMULA OF ACCELERATION DUE TO GRAVITY PROVES THE SUN
EXERT FORCE OF REPULSION:
In present Physics, a formula is established based on observational
fact of COMMON ACCELERATION of all bodies. This formula is
not based on any scientific reasoning nor on any explanation,
that how and why it functions. This is A = F / M.
A = acceleration, F = Gravitational force of the falling body
M = Mass of the falling body.
In
this Formula, Gravitational intensity of falling body (F)
is neutralized or cancelled by dividing it by Mass (M) of
the falling body. G = M. Therefore, naturally, acceleration
is due to Earth Gravitation only. Therefore, acceleration
is COMMON for all falling bodies irrespective of their Masses.
In
this Formula, FORCE IS DIVIDED BY MASS. WHY ?
This
is because
F
a
M
and it is counterbalanced by SOLAR REPULSION FORCE. So, value
of gravitational intensity of falling body (G) along with
value of MASS of the falling body turned to Zero.
Therefore,
ultimately ACCELERATION IS OWING TO ONLY EARTH GRAVITATION
and it is proportional to the Earth Mass only. This is because
SRF NEUTRALIZED GRAVITATIONAL INTENSITY OF FALLING BODY.
Summarily, the Formula of Acceleration A = F / M proves
THE SUN EXERTS FORCE OF REPULSION. If the Sun exerted Gravitational
force, then the Formula should follow:
A = F a
M.
Dr. Navinchandra K. Shah
Prof. Padmavati P. Jain
