The Double Helix and the Compound Centrifugal Force
|Title||The Double Helix and the Compound Centrifugal Force|
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|Journal||Proceedings of the NPA|
|No. of pages||2|
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While on the one hand it may seem valid to argue that the wave behavior of light requires the existence of a dense dielectric medium, it is equally valid to counter-argue on the other hand that such a particulate medium would cause friction in planetary motion. The double helix rescues us from this dilemma. This most fundamental pattern in nature converts potential frictional effects into the more ordered inertial effects that we recognize as the centrifugal force and the Coriolis force. A state of Brownian motion, when pervaded by double helix patterns, channels a distinct electrostatic force of attraction directly between unlike magnetic poles in an electrically neutral backdrop, and it can also create a hovercraft effect for the planets orbiting in space.