How does an orbit works on an Electric/Plasma Universe

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How does an orbit works on an Electric/Plasma Universe
Dear Colleagues,
I am not convinced that orbits just work on the function of gravity. Either it should be another force or gravity must be somehow instantaneous. Looking for a good orbit function I couldn't find any. So I am here to ask you for some insights on orbits and how can I calculate it correctly considering all forces applied to the body.
Thanks in advance.
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I am not convinced that orbits just work on the function of gravity. Either it should be another force or gravity must be somehow instantaneous. Looking for a good orbit function I couldn't find any. So I am here to ask you for some insights on orbits and how can I calculate it correctly considering all forces applied to the body.
Thanks in advance.
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Re: How does an orbit works on an Electric/Plasma Universe
I think that u infer that gravity acts at c or at IAAAD. Neither of these makes any sense.rasmath wrote:Dear Colleagues,
I am not convinced that orbits just work on the function of gravity. Either it should be another force or gravity must be somehow instantaneous. Looking for a good orbit function I couldn't find any. So I am here to ask you for some insights on orbits and how can I calculate it correctly considering all forces applied to the body.
Thanks in advance.
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Theories that gravity acts at at least 20 billion c make more sense (but not IAAAD).
U infer that there might be other (nongravity) forces affecting orbits. I think that every force can affect an orbit, but really there are few other forces, we have em forces (say 2 kinds). That makes it 3 possible forces. Alltho there might be lots of different sources of such forces.
But there is a 4th force, pseudogravity, it is due to the centrifuging of aether. I think i have mentioned it in other threads here.
And i suppose a 5th force due to micro collisions with photons & electrons & plasma etc.
And a 6th force due to macro collisions with meteorites etc.
And we can ignore any Einsteinian GR forces, eg affecting perihelions, silly nonsense.
Dark matter, if it exists, would i suppose have ordinary gravity (& praps ordinary em)(& praps ordinary fauxgravity).
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Re: How does an orbit works on an Electric/Plasma Universe
Ask this in NIAMI board.rasmath wrote:Dear Colleagues,
I am not convinced that orbits just work on the function of gravity. Either it should be another force or gravity must be somehow instantaneous. Looking for a good orbit function I couldn't find any. So I am here to ask you for some insights on orbits and how can I calculate it correctly considering all forces applied to the body.
Thanks in advance.
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Re: How does an orbit works on an Electric/Plasma Universe
If you really want to blow your mind, check out "the NBody Problem".rasmath wrote:Dear Colleagues,
I am not convinced that orbits just work on the function of gravity. Either it should be another force or gravity must be somehow instantaneous. Looking for a good orbit function I couldn't find any. So I am here to ask you for some insights on orbits and how can I calculate it correctly considering all forces applied to the body.
Thanks in advance.
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Re: How does an orbit works on an Electric/Plasma Universe
The Mathemagicians can't even solve the 3Body Problem let alone any higher than that.neilwilkes wrote:If you really want to blow your mind, check out "the NBody Problem".
If you were to approach the problem sensibly (without any bias about the ramifications) then it's very clear that 3 objects orbiting each other can NEVER be stable when all the expected force is in one direction.
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