The Gravito-Magnetic Inflation of Rotating Bodies and the Nature of Mass and Matter

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Scientific Paper
Title The Gravito-Magnetic Inflation of Rotating Bodies and the Nature of Mass and Matter
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Author(s) Thierry De Mees
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Published 2011
Journal Proceedings of the NPA
Volume 8
No. of pages 4
Pages 154-158

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Abstract

Gravito-magnetism consists of the Newtonian gravity and gyrotation, which is totally analogous to magnetism. This model has successfully explained an important number of physical and cosmic phenomena [1]. One of the most striking predictions is the possibility of gravitational repel by objects with like-oriented spins. I found that the sign and the amplitude of the effective gravity between particles is ruled by the spin-orientation of particles [2]. In [3], I emphasized the topological values of the gravitational 'constant' G inside the spinning Earth, based on its internal gravito-magnetic field. Also, I proved that the spin-orientations inside spinning bodies consequently provoke the inflation of these bodies, as suggested by the supporters of the Growing Earth Theory. I also showed why the gravitational constant is varying locally and I prove that, although the gravitomagnetism allows gravitational attraction as well as repel, the particles in rotating bodies will preferentially form distributions that are globally attractive. This explains why masses have never been found to be repulsive [3]. I deduce here a new definition for "mass" as a vector, and conclude that the gravitational constant's value is the sum of the orientations of the elementary vector-masses while taking their spacing into account. Moreover I find why the gravity force is so weak and why cohesion forces are so large.