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"Defining Inertial and Gravitational Accelerations 1"
"Defining Inertial and Gravitational Accelerations"
Basis physics texts define acceleration as the second derivative of
position with respect to time (d^2*L/dT^2) or, in more straight forward
language as the rate of change of the rate of change of position with
respect to time. This experienced directly when one is in an automobile
which is increasing its speed. The speed, which is the distance traveled in
a given time, increases as time passes and, for a constant acceleration, the
distance traveled increases in proportion to the square of the elapsed time.
When one considers gravitational an unfortunate semantic problem
arises. Quite often the force applied to the seat of your pants by your
chair is asserted to be the acceleration of gravity. This assertion is false
and apparently leads to confusion. The force one feels is not the
acceleration of gravity but rather is the force which would produce the
(the second derivative of elevation with respect to time) which we call free
fall. The force you feel against the chair a force which opposes the force
of gravity, it is not the acceleration of gravity. This acceleration only
occurs when you are in free fall and hence cannot sense the force of
It is this careless of definition which allows theoretical physicists
to assert that there is no force of gravity an what we consider to be the
force of gravity occurs because the chair restricts you from following a
null geodesic path around the center of the Earth. What the theoreticians
have done is to combine two independent effects which interact (inertial and
gravitational acceleration) into a single entity which they falsely assert
to be fundamental.
Newton's Second Law of Motion asserts that for every action there is an
equal and opposite reaction. That is to say that for a force to exist there
must be an opposing force equal in magnitude and opposite direction. Modern
physicists admit of only two exceptions to this rule, the force exerted
during inertial acceleration and the force exerted by a gravitational field.
Since these forces supposedly have nothing to sustain them they are named
"fictitious forces". If however, one admitted the existence of the classical
Aether, these forces would no longer need to be considered "fictitious",
they would exist as simple pushes or pulls against that Aether. It is too
bad that modern physics has falsely asserted that the non-existence of the
Aether has been proven. if the classical Aether existed the answers to many
puzzles would be apparent.
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