February 22, 2017
velocity, electromagnetism, gravitomagnetism, second gravity field
Nobody ever told you, but there exists a velocity-dependent gravity field that is never explained. However, the theory exists, and a certain version of it is even part of the official mainstream gravity theories. That velocity-dependent field explains many issues in the cosmos, such as the expansion of stars to red giants, and the collapse next to it into a white dwarf. It explains Mercury’s perihelion advance, the disc galaxies and spiral galaxies, the “missing windings” in spiral galaxies, the shape of some supernova explosions and the bursts of black holes. The number of solved issues is too long to be listed here.
In order to understand this velocity-dependent gravity field, we start to explain the meaning of velocity, and apply it to the second gravity field. Then, we explain all the cases that are resolved by it, one by one.