Is the Differential Rotation of the Sun Caused by a Coriolis Graviton Engine?
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Is the Differential Rotation of the Sun Caused by aCoriolis Graviton Engine?
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|Author(s)||Thierry De Mees|
|Keywords||Differential rotation Sun, gravitons, inertial resistance, Coriolis gravity theory|
|Journal||Proceedings of the NPA|
|No. of pages||2|
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Essential fundamentals of gravitomagnetism are found by applying the process of the reciprocal graviton-losses by particles that are defined here as trapped photons. The gravity field is found to be generated by a Coriolis effect, exerted by gravitons upon particles. Inertial resistance is generated by a Coriolis effect as well. In order to demonstrate the former case, we apply the graviton mechanics to the Sun. The amplitude of this effect is found to match the Sun's rotation frequency.