So here I am again after nearly two years of what has turned out to be a weird time for me. I started getting sick and weaker about two years ago, which finally culminated in having a major heart attack last Nov 1st followed by a quadruple bypass. It's four months later, and I am feeling much better and decided to get the rest of my papers out on the blog. So here goes.
The next several papers will deal with my research into the nature of Gravity and the Electrostatic Field. This work was initially put together around 2012.
The Electrostatic Earth and the Gravity Question
In this paper we are going to look at the major factors that dictate whether ‘Gravity’ is “attenuated”, “variable” or a fixed law of the “G” force.
“Unlike electromagnetic force, which acts at right angles to charge motion, gravity is a simple direct inverse-square of distance force, as IS electrostatic action. Yet we struggle and fail to forge a link between gravitation and electromagnetism. Can it be that what is seemingly impossible, mutual electrostatic action between matter that is uncharged electrically, is the true answer to the mystery of gravitation?" Dr. Harold Aspden 2005.
In this paper we will review the idea in detail, looking at the question of whether “Gravity” is a fixed law as proposed by Newton, or whether the “G” force is in fact variable and something entirely different than “Gravity.”
This work started out as a single question about the dynamics of Newton’s law of universal gravitation and Einstein’s theory of general relativity. The question asks “How, and by what mechanisms do events and phenomenon occur that appear to contradict the fixed law of gravity and the assumptions of general relativity?” It eventually evolved into a derivative question, “Does phenomena exist and do anomalous events actually occur that contradict the law of universal gravitation? It seems likely that much of the phenomena does or did exist, and anomalous events actually do occur, so the question regarding the law of universal gravitation, by definition, has to be investigated in terms of whether gravitation has a hidden or unknown variable, or some other explanation that accommodates such phenomenon and events.
I have been doing full time research for the last seven years around a discovery I made in 2008 regarding ancient/sunken harbors, canals and channels on the East and Gulf Coasts of the US and Mexico. That research is detailed on my website: http://ancientcanalbuilders.com. During that process, various phenomena continually appeared that seemed to be at odds with the universal law of gravitation, or at least in the beginning my understanding of that law.
The first sets of phenomena include the wide variety of gigantism and dwarfism of flora and fauna in the geological column. Without discussing any specifics of regression or dating, the general known artifacts of giant flora and fauna demonstrate 3-4 general ranges of size, typified by very large, large, medium, and moderate sized dinosaurs are but one example. Many other species of animal and plant life follow the above general size characteristics and categories. The question of variable, or ‘attenuated’ “G” force arises when considering a 90,000 pound sauropod down to the moderate sized large mammals of the late Pleistocene, early Holocene that went collectively extinct following the end of the last ice age. How exactly, in our current gravitational environment did muscle power alone provide the torque necessary to raise a 40’ neck and head weighing over 50 tons more than 60’ in the air? How could leg muscles alone lift a quarter of a million pounds off the ground if the animal ever lay down to sleep or accidentally fell? We know for a fact those dinosaurs existed, and if muscle power alone can’t account for their motive power and ultimate survival, what are we left with?
The phenomenon is supported by the fact that a very wide population of flora and fauna show the same relative variants in size distribution. Fossil remains of extremely large trees that had circumferences of well over half a mile, and estimated heights of above 7,000 feet are well documented. That a tree of that size had to have some of the same gravitational issues as the 120,000 pound sauropod is self-evident. Dragonflies with 6’ wingspans are also known from the fossil record. The articulated bones of dinosaur flyers with 35’ wingspans, weighing upwards of 400 pounds, hang in museums today. Also in the historical and fossil record are giant hominids of varying sizes. One example is a 5’ footprint impression found in an upright granite slab in South Africa, which would represent a hominid of about 35’ stature. Historical records from Sumerian texts to the more recent “Book of Giants”, (part of the Dead Sea Scrolls) detail giants that were between 14’ and 16’ tall, called by the Sumerians ‘Annunaki’, to a smaller group between 12’ to 14’ tall, (the giants of Bashan) and a medium group between 10’ and 12’ tall (biblical Goliath), and a moderate group that were between 8’ to 10’ tall.
It seems more likely to me that if many other species of flora and fauna show a wide range of giant size diversity, then certainly hominids should show a similar diversity, making hominid giants much more probable statistically, than the idea that the only hominid homo sapiens that have ever populated the earth is an average 5’ 8” Cro-Magnon-modern human.
Due to recent additions of various skull types to the family tree of Homo sapiens, including the non-cranial deformation elongated skulls of Peru, Egypt and other parts of the world, and the Starchild Skull, it seems likely the list of variations of hominin-hominid-homo sapiens will continue to grow.
Looking at the diversity of giant flora and fauna in the geological column, and most particularly the size range and diversity of dinosaur and other flora and fauna populations requires an in-depth evaluation of Newton’s law of universal gravitation. If any part of it, as the above issues suggest, has a variable or ‘attenuation’, then it isn’t a “law,” and probably isn’t ‘gravity’ at all, but some other force entirely.
This is how the original question evolved. One last thought; it is important to keep in mind that I make no claim whatsoever regarding “ages” of giant flora and fauna, including dinosaurs. It is entirely immaterial when they lived, and or went extinct when considering their size variations and that relationship to a law of universal gravitation. Any rebuttal to this paper should consider such acknowledgement as already given.
There are many other alternatives to an asteroid impact, and when studied carefully, the Earth (geological column) exhibits characteristics that indicate some (or many) of those alternatives may have occurred at one or more times in our geological past. Some of those alternatives may have had a direct impact on the ‘density’ of the “G” force. An example is the 'Blue Eye of the Sahara'.