Bengt Nyman wrote:Personally I do not use the concept of "fields" because they fail to adress more complex situations where you have to go to the particles, charges and/or voltages involved to work out the effects.
Now, having partially recovered from the shock of viewing Wal Thornhills presentation (…now in full)
I am curious of your version of dipole gravity and am trying to understand your view.
I have some questions if you don't mind? Please could you comment on the following:
If subatomic dipoles relate in any way to gravity then they must have an instantaneous mobile vector orientation! ?This vector somehow must sense or feel the greatest nearby accumulation of matter.? ( Field????)
Each and all items within the larger mass with correspondingly aligned centre of the Earth vectors ( or compound vectors accumulating to one direction)?
For sub atomic gravity generation to function, then the subatomic particles within such things as protons and neutrons , must behave like a non viscous perfect fluid and continually instantaneously re-orientating themselves. For example, when any separate smaller items of unconnected matter is rotated? Drop anything in a gravitational field and it “knows” which way to fall! Unless it’s mass and gravitational attraction is less than the particles in the atmosphere above it.
If I take a 1metre long piece of timber say 10cm by 5cm.
I hold it with my hand and impart a spinning motion and let it fall to the ground whilst spinning.
Are you suggesting that all the quarks within the atomic lattice structure are instantaneously changing their position due to the spin so the net effect is an alignment to the Earth?
Now let us take a balloon nearly full of water and repeat the experiment imparting spin. There is no longer a coordinated fixed solid lattice structure as the fluid itself is sloshing in all sorts of directions
The "quarks" need to play a part in the molecular attraction via orientation (if I understand your proposal) but also need to instantly re-orientate to maintain the vector necessary for your dipole gravity? How is this possible.
Also it is action at a distance so therefore a "field".
Please explain where I have misunderstood?