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What Is Gravity?

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What is Gravity?

 

REGRAV

by K J Gordon

 

The Earth

‘Welcome again, my young astroneers. Let us now examine our beautiful world in a most beautiful light. The light of Planetary Energies’ said Dr Simons in a most solemn, sentimental, almost hypnotic tone as he walked down off the stage and sat leisurely on the first step of the gallery and began.
‘The Earth is in constant rotation. Earth rotates on its own axis and around the Sun.’ Dave Simons pressed his little remote unit and a large, 3D display of the blue planet came to life and half covered the room.
‘Let’s go back in time to when the Earth was just particles in space. Lots of those particles were iron based and these came together in a weak magnetic attraction.’
‘You know,’ he said in a sudden change of tone, ‘It is a funny thing but every good spatial relationship starts with a magnetic attraction.’ He waited without response but he knew they got the metaphor. Smiling at his own humour, he looked up at the massive display of primeval Earth and continued.
‘The iron mass is growing but it is cold and dark. It finds a place amongst the magnetic lines of the Sun’s plane of harmony and begins interacting with her fireflies. They allow the foetal mass to float and travel with them in the Sun’s grand procession massaging it and causing it wobble in the turbulence. The unbalanced iron mass goes on attracting other particles of iron and develops core ghosting which produces a weak gravity. It runs into other objects and devours them into itself as the weak magnetic attraction becomes stronger. The attraction catches another cold dark object which it can’t quite devour and must be content to keep and let float amongst its own fireflies of magnetic harmony. The other object has its own weak gravity ghosting and repels but cannot escape. The Earth now has its own moon.
The primeval Earth gradually changes its orbit to suit its growing size to stay in harmony with the Sun’s firefly procession. Earth’s elemental magnetic field starts to interact with the procession of fireflies from the sun by producing magnetic turbulence between the two magnetic fields. The turbulence causes the iron mass to begin to slowly rotate within the firefly concert as it drifts along in the Suns magnetic sea. Earth now has night and day.
The new rotation increases the magnetic interaction and for the first time transient voltages are building and discharging in the pre-magma plasma coil. These random discharges create the elemental coil and induce small energy pulses into the iron core. Hysteresis begins to inseminate the iron mass as electron flow increases, firing off electrical discharge in random sequence.
The core begins to warm from induction and 3D lift is conceived. The process continues on for a billion years as the core gets hotter and hotter and the pre-magma mass begins to melt. In a molten state the energy levels increase rapidly and the reaction intensifies until it finds its limits and stabilises its electrical interaction at around six thousand degrees Celsius. The Earth now has an active core and a gravitational objective. Stable gravity is born.’
The students had not moved their eyes from the 3D images of this wondrous story unfolding to the commentary whispered about their heads from intimate surround sound. An intimate sound as if Dave Simons was standing beside each student.
‘A rogue of ice from distant cold space hurtles toward the Sun but crashes into this clutter of elemental mass and tips it over and swings it wildly, bounding it inward toward the Sun but the fireflies slow it down and return it gently back to its rotation of harmony but the Earth remains out of balance. The fireflies cannot repair the damage to the tilted rotation caused by the impact of the, now, melted rogue. The Earth now has oceans and permanent seasons.
The Earth swings in seasonal sequence and has balanced its molten core as the transient electron flows become more stimulated and pulsed. The core heats even quicker and moulds together in a pure fluid state extending outward breaching the point of fluid interface with the elemental soup of the new molten mantle layer. 3D lift has become a young adult and has stabilised relative to the core mass and the transient currents of the magma. Gravity is one half G.
On the surface, the liquefied rogue’s waters have cooled the surface interface creating a crusty topping as gravity begins to weigh down escaping particles. Most escaping gasses are retained as an atmosphere begins to form.’
And, just then the old session buzzer sounded several times in the corridor and Dr Simons turned down the display and said, ‘Let’s break for twenty minutes on that last image.’

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