Force Doubling Paradox of Gravitational Attraction: Radiation Pressure versus General Relativity
|Title||Force Doubling Paradox of Gravitational Attraction: Radiation Pressure versus General Relativity|
|Keywords||Attraction, Gravity, Radiation Pressure, Shielding|
This paper compares three concepts for modeling the cause of gravitation
- Radiation Pressure
- General Relativity Attraction
- Mass Attraction
The argument is presented that the radiation pressure model of gravity is the only model that produces the correct values for the forces acting upon orbiting bodies. All competing attraction models produce values that are double the actual force which is required to maintain orbit. This force doubling paradox as detailed in this paper indicates that the Mass Attraction and General Relativity Attraction concepts are not viable models for the cause of gravity.