The Cause of Centrifugal Force

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Scientific Paper
Title The Cause of Centrifugal Force
Author(s) David Tombe
Keywords centrifugal, aether
Published 2008
Journal General Science Journal
No. of pages 10


Centrifugal force is the outward radial expansion that arises in connection with absolute rotation. Gottfried Leibniz (1646-1716) demonstrated that centrifugal force obeys an inverse cube law relationship when angular momentum is conserved. This reveals the dielectric nature of space, since we know that the inverse cube law relationship is associated with an electric dipole force field. It will now be proposed that space is densely packed with dipolar aethereal vortices that act like tiny Archimedes? screws, and that centrifugal force is the aether pressure that is drawn up when these vortices are linearly stretched or angularly accelerated. When a compound variety of centrifugal force acts in either the transverse direction or the axial direction, it will be known as the 'Coriolis Force'.