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Centrifugal Force: A Photographic Study
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If a body revolves in an ellipsis; it is proposed to find the law of the centripetal force tending to the centre of the ellipsis. – Isaac Newton (1687) PROPOSITION X. PROBLEM V.
UFO How-To Aerospace Technical Manual Volume VI: Inertial Propulsion Systems By Luke Fortune
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Inertia, momentum, centrifugal and centripetal forces have been harnessed for propulsion systems recognised and certified by the United States government and other governments around the world. These... More > propulsion methods can be utilized for land, sea and aerospace purposes.< Less
The Universe is NOT Expanding By WARDELL LINDSAY
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The Universe is not expanding, it is in equilibrium, balancing the centripetal Gravitational force and the centrifugal forces of moving masses. Hubble did not favor the idea of an expanding universe.... More > Vector energy mcv is the "Dark Energy that moves the moving masses. Newton's Gravitational Constant G holds the key to the Radius and Mass of the Universe. The Universe has 3645E49 watts of Power! With this knowledge, the secrets the Universe can be revealed. The Radius of the Universe is around 158E24 Meters. The Shape of the Universe is that of close packed spheres, a Cuboctahedron. The Age of the Universe is around 16.5 Billion Years old. The Mass of the Universe is roughly 2.133E53 kg. The Mass Density is 1.29E-26. Hubble's Constant H is c/Radius= 1.8987E-18 1/s = 58.48km/s/Mpc.< Less
Universe Shape By WARDELL LINDSAY
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The Universe has many "suns" packed into its space. The shape of such close-packing is the Cuboctahedron. This is the shape also of Forces in Vector Equilibrium, which is also the case... More > in the Universe. The Universe is in Equilibrium with the Gravitational CentriPetal forces balanced by the CentriFugal forces of moving masses. The Cuboctahedron is the perfect Shape for this Equilibrium.< Less
Universe Shape By WARDELL LINDSAY
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The Universe has many "suns" packed into its space. The shape of such close-packing is the Cuboctahedron. This is the shape also of Forces in Vector Equilibrium, which is also the case... More > in the Universe. The Universe is in Equilibrium with the Gravitational CentriPetal forces balanced by the CentriFugal forces of moving masses. The Cuboctahedron is the perfect Shape for this Equilibrium.< Less
Nigerian Unity: In The Balance (Enlarged Edition) By Gerald McLoughlin et al.
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Nigeria’s future as a unified state is in jeopardy. Those who make or execute U.S. policy will find it difficult to advance U.S. interests in Africa without an understanding of the pressures... More > that tear and bind Nigeria. Despite this, the centrifugal forces that tear at the country and the centripetal forces that have kept it whole are not well understood and rarely examined. After establishing Nigeria’s importance to the United State as a cohesive and functioning state, this monograph examines the historic, religious, cultural, political, physical, demographic, and economic factors that will determine Nigeria’s fate. It identifies the specific fault lines along which Nigeria may divide. It concludes with practical policy recommendations for the United States to support Nigerians in their efforts to maintain a functioning and integrated state, and, by so doing, advance U.S. interests.< Less
The Universe is NOT Expanding By WARDELL LINDSAY
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The Universe is not expanding, it is in equilibrium, balancing the centripetal Gravitational force and the centrifugal forces of moving masses. Hubble did not favor the idea of an expanding... More > universe. Hubble's Constant is the divergence of the velocity of moving masses. Newton's Gravitational Constant G holds the key to the Radius and Mass of the Universe. The Universe has 3645E49 watts of Power! With this knowledge, the secrets the Universe can be revealed. The Radius of the Universe is around 158E24 Meters. The Shape of the Universe is that of close packed spheres, a Cuboctahedron. The Age of the Universe is around 16.5 Billion Years old. The Mass of the Universe is roughly 2.133E53 kg. The Mass Density is 1.29E-26. Hubble's Constant H is c/Radius= 1.8987E-18 1/s = 58.48km/s/Mpc.< Less
The Universe is NOT Expanding By WARDELL LINDSAY
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The Universe is not expanding, it is in equilibrium, balancing the centripetal Gravitational force and the centrifugal forces of moving masses. Hubble did not favor the idea of an expanding... More > universe. Hubble's Constant is the divergence of the velocity of moving masses. Newton's Gravitational Constant G holds the key to the Radius and Mass of the Universe. The Universe has 3645E49 watts of Power! With this knowledge, the secrets the Universe can be revealed. The Radius of the Universe is around 158E24 Meters. The Shape of the Universe is that of close packed spheres, a Cuboctahedron. The Age of the Universe is around 16.5 Billion Years old. The Mass of the Universe is roughly 2.133E53 kg. The Mass Density is 1.29E-26. Hubble's Constant H is c/Radius= 1.8987E-18 1/s = 58.48km/s/Mpc.< Less
Lab Manual for First Semester Calculus-Based Physics By Patricia Robbert, Elaina Rodriguez, Garret Wassermann
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This laboratory manual is intended to accompany the first semester of a university level course in physics that uses a calculus-based textbook. Some of the experiments make use of Vernier sensors... More > and software, while others use traditional laboratory equipment, for a variety of interesting learning experiences. The topics covered include vectors, kinematics, mechanics, friction, gravity, collisions, centripetal force, torque, simple harmonic motion, Archimedes' Principle, standing waves, and sound waves. Each experiment consists of an explanation, a detailed procedure, data pages, a report form, and homework. The manual contains an extensive appendix explaining the use and calibration of the Vernier equipment, video capture and analysis, statistical error analysis, the use of spreadsheets in data analysis, and the use of the vernier caliper.< Less