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### The Force of Gravity: 2014 Treatment

Posted:

**Wed Dec 24, 2014 7:25 am**
by **muon200**

f is force

f = 13 square meters rMm / ((R^2) sqrt(4ns) kg second^1.5)

This new form is equal to Newton's equation from 330 years ago.

r is proton radius

R is Earth radius

m is a mass

M is Earth mass

ns are 4.4 nanoseconds for a hadron volume to be shrunk

ns are 4.4ns grown by a hadron

This conforms to the Folmsbee-Christian Theory of Gravity. Gravity must be simple for it to work so well in the middle of a star.

"Atoms are shrinking space and growing time. This is gravity".

Alan Folmsbee

December 24, 2014

Merry Christmas Joy!

### Re: The Force of Gravity: 2014 Treatment

Posted:

**Wed Dec 24, 2014 9:50 pm**
by **muon200**

To confirm the accuracy of the new formula, this shows the work:

using 3.88 nanosecond value instead of 4ns or 4.4 nanoseconds tau. This is a variable to be tuned up to fit proton radius shrink balance.

Issac Newton's force from 1kg mass

f = GM 1kg /R^2

G = 6.6719199 x 10^-11 (meter^3/kg sec^2)

M = 5.9736 x 10^24 kg

R = 6371000 meter

so R^2 = 40589641 meter^2

f = 9.819101557 Newtons of force

sanity check

(6.6 x 5.97 / 40589641) (kg)(meter^3/kg sec^2)kg = 9.7 N

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Alan Folmsbee's force from 1kg mass

f = spacevar x mastime

spacevar = 13.159472 square meters r/R^2

mastime = M 1kg /sqrt(tau) (1/kg sec^1.5)

r = 10^-15 meters

M = 5.9736 x 10^24 kg

tau = 3.88 nanoseconds will be used today, this is a variable for the Conservation of Continuum

spacevar = 13.159472/40589641 = 3.24 meters

mastime = 5.97/sqrt(3.88ns)

mastime = 5.97/1.97 = 3.03 kg/sec^2

f = 3.24 meters x 3.03 kg/sec^2 = 9.8172 Newtons

This matches Newton and Folmsbee force results whan tau is 3.88ns for r = 1 fm

### Re: The Force of Gravity: 2014 Treatment

Posted:

**Thu Dec 25, 2014 10:31 am**
by **muon200**

Rigor for exponents is next...

Issac Newton has written 330 years ago...

f is force of gravity

for a 1 kilogram mass find the force

f = GM 1kg /R^2

G = 6.6719199 x 10^-11 (meter^3/kg sec^2)

M = 5.9736 x 10^24 kg

R = 6371000 meter

so R^2 = 4.0589641 x 10^13 meter^2

f = 9.819101557 Newtons of force for 1kg

sanity check sequence

ignore exponent, get mantissa

(6.6 x 5.97 / 40589641000)

39.8/40 = 9.9

Exponent Accounting Rigor Department

f = GM 1kg /R^2

G = 6.6719199 x 10^-11 (meter^3/kg sec^2)

M = 5.9736 x 10^24 kg

R = 6371000 meter

so R^2 = 40589641000 meter^2

f = 9.819101557 Newtons of force

f = 6.6719199 x 10^-11 (meter^3/kg sec^2) 5.9736 x 10^24 kg x 1kg /R^2

R^2 = 4.0589641 x 10^13

Exponents -11 +24 - 13 = 0 Good!

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December 25, 2014 Alan Folmsbee has written

f is the force of gravity.

find the force from a 1 kilogram mass

f = spacevar x mastime

spacevar = 13.159472 square meters r/R^2

mastime = M 1kg /sqrt(tau) (1/kg sec^1.5)

r = 10^-15 meters

R = 6371000 meter

so R^2 = 4.0589641 x 10^13 meter^2

M = 5.9736 x 10^24 kg

tau = 3.88 nanoseconds will be used today. This is a variable for the Conservation of Continuum for the proton volume.

The Square Root of tau is 1.9697715 sqrt(ns)

or it can be written as

6.2289646e-5 sqrt(seconds)

get mantissas

spacevar = 13.159472/40589641000 = 3.242076469

mastime = 5.9736/sqrt(3.88ns)

mastime = 5.9736/1.9697715 = 3.0326360189

force is 9.8320378 Newtons

This matches Newton and Folmsbee force results as close as you want to adjust tau from 3.88 nanoseconds to a better value.

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Begin sanity check sequence and exponent accounting rigor.

spacevar = 13.159472 square meters r/R^2

mastime = M 1kg /sqrt(tau) (1/kg sec^1.5)

find exponents only

spacevar = 1.3159472 x 10^1 x 10^-15/4.0589641 x 10^13 meter^2

1-15-13 = -27

for exponents of mastime use this sqrt(tau) = 6.2289646e-5 ns but use 1.9697715 mantissa

mastime = 5.97 x 10^+24 x 1 x/1.9697715e-5

24 +5 = 29

mind mantissas

spacevar 1.3159472/4.0589641 = .3242076469 x 10^-27

spacevar = 3.242076469 x 10^-28

mastime 5.9736 x 1/1.9697715 = 3.032636

3.032636 x 10^29

mastime = 3.032636 x 10^29

force = 3.032636 x 10^29 x 3.242076469 x 10^-28

force = f = 9.832037 Newtons

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Note The use of tau = 3.88 nanoseconds causes a problem when separately figuring exponents and mantissas.

sqrt(tau) = sqrt(3.88 ns) = sqrt(3.88) x sqrt(ns) = 6x10-5 sqrt(seconds)

more later...