An Investigation of the Universal Gravitation Constant Based on the Celestial Clock

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Universal-Publishers, Sep 1, 2004 - Science - 196 pages
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This innovative study challenges existing theory of gravitation, suggesting an important modification that better explains the mechanism of the solar system. Through hundreds of mathematical proofs using calculations based on our solar system and an important discovery regarding the interior mechanism of the sun, the author reveals an important aspect of gravitation overlooked by modern science that extends our understanding of the our own solar system, as well as other galaxies and celestial motion in general.
 

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Page vi - Starting with the sun and going outward we find that there are nine planets, namely Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto.
Page v - N = -A,t + C, where C is a constant of integration. When t = 0, N = N0 .'. logeN0 = 0 + C .". loge N = -A,t + loge NO ie, loge N -loge NO =-A,t ie, loge (N/N0) = -A,t or N/No = e"Xt or N = NO e" and it is called the law of radioactive disintegration.
Page v - The rate of disintegration of a radioactive sample at any instant is directly proportional to the number of atoms present at that instant.

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