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Message started by wil on 12/19/11 at 08:52:49

Title: Final solution of all precessions in Solar system
Post by wil on 12/19/11 at 08:52:49

I found the one solution for all problems, I was talking in my topics about:

1. anomalous precession of the perihelion
2. lunisolar precession, including misalignment of the Moon's phases - completely missed, unknown in astronomy
3. and gravitational problem with unbalanced forces

All of these problems have the same cause:
c < oo, ie delayed forces - retardation and aberration.

All standard explanations are incorect, not excluding Relativity;
By the way, the last one is probably the most misleading theory in human history... lunisolar theory get second place in this category.

Title: Re: Final solution of all precessions in Solar sys
Post by EDG on 12/19/11 at 12:57:11

If you're claiming that relativity is wrong, then I'd suggest you go and post your ideas on the Against The Mainstream forum on BAUTforum.com rather than here. Be prepared to defend and support them though (and be prepared to admit you're wrong, because many have claimed that and do not have the evidence to back up their claims when pressed).

Title: Re: Final solution of all precessions in Solar sys
Post by wil on 12/19/11 at 16:04:59

I have indisputable evidence, then any discussion is superfluous, especcialy in BAUT - in home of conservators of old dogma.  ;D

Maybe here somebody will be interested in simulation the retarded gravitation.
Mainly for this reason I'm here.

Even alone algorithm of such forces is very interesting.

Title: Re: Final solution of all precessions in Solar sys
Post by EDG on 12/20/11 at 02:42:45


wil wrote:
I have indisputable evidence, then any discussion is superfluous, especcialy in BAUT - in home of conservators of old dogma.  ;D


Riiiiiiiiight. Rule #1 - if you're not prepared to defend your ideas then your ideas aren't worth defending. A lot of the crackpots and crazies on the ATM board think their ideas are supported by "indisputable evidence", and they're invariably shot down by actual evidence within the first page of the discussion.

Please don't bring that stuff here.

Title: Re: Final solution of all precessions in Solar sys
Post by wil on 12/20/11 at 07:32:41

Delayed force is the standard concept in physics.

However, are rarely used in practice, because they are very difficult - mathematical methods for solving equations of this type have not yet been developed!

These are not ordinary differential equations - ODE, but the more general functional equations.

Instead, it is commonly used simplified methods, approximations, which reduce to the ODE, with some additional working hypotheses - that just works field theory.

Astronomy maintains a very low level of mathematics - these people are not able to solve a combination of three rotations for hundreds of years!

Title: Re: Final solution of all precessions in Solar sys
Post by frankuitaalst on 12/20/11 at 08:31:41


wil wrote:
Delayed force is the standard concept in physics.

However, are rarely used in practice, because they are very difficult - mathematical methods for solving equations of this type have not yet been developed!

These are not ordinary differential equations - ODE, but the more general functional equations.

Instead, it is commonly used simplified methods, approximations, which reduce to the ODE, with some additional working hypotheses - that just works field theory.

Astronomy maintains a very low level of mathematics - these people are not able to solve a combination of three rotations for hundreds of years!

I thougt in special  relativity instead of delayed force the concept of predictve force is widely accepted

Title: Re: Final solution of all precessions in Solar sys
Post by wil on 12/20/11 at 11:02:44


frankuitaalst wrote:
I thougt in special  relativity instead of delayed force the concept of predictve force is widely accepted


Yes. SR predicted the Huygens' principle - in the Michelson's interferometer.  ;D

Title: Re: Final solution of all precessions in Solar sys
Post by wil on 12/21/11 at 10:17:26

Some extended analyses concerning the physics and kinematics of wave propagation in moving systems:
http://www.springerlink.com/content/7qhkh06643838577/

Waves from a moving source does not propagate with equal velocity in each direction:

c '= c (1 - e ^ 2) / (1 + e cos (phi));

c - the nominal speed of waves, eg sound in air
e = v / c, phi - the direction of propagation

The equations are complicated, difficult to solve this.

But the problem may be simplified by applying transformations that just keep c (what is the transformation?).
We then obtain an equation identical with the case of stationary source that are already fairly easy to solve.

The whole mystery of the SR.

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