Centrifugal Congestion in the Gravity Sink

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Scientific Paper
Title Centrifugal Congestion in the Gravity Sink
Author(s) David Tombe
Keywords centrifugal force, gravity
Published 2008
Journal General Science Journal
No. of pages 3

Abstract

Gravity is the ?pull force' that is caused by tension in the aether as the aether is being pulled into negative particles. Negative particles are sinks, and the cause of the aether being pulled into sinks is unknown. Gravity is equivalent to a radial negative electric current. The aether (or vitreous electricity) is space itself and it is dynamical, compressible, and stretchable. A universe of sinks alone would collapse unless there were to exist some kind of counterbalancing aether pressure. This aether pressure arises from positive charge sources. The balancing mechanism involves dipolar vortices, Lenz's law, and centrifugal force.