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Thierry De Mees
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Thierry De Mees


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inertial mass wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

- Inertial mass is trapped 'light' in a closed loop (spinning E-M wave), which generates a self-induced force in an opposite direction when accelerated, (in my Coriolis Gravity Theory) by a self-inducing Coriolis effect that occurs when its own gravitons (orbiting 'light') cross the path of the spinning, trapped 'light'.

gravitational mass wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

- Gravitational mass doesn't exist as such. Explanation : It just is inertial mass (trapped 'light') whose spin interacts with incoming gravitons, by a Coriolis effect, either in repulsive or attracting way. According my Coriolis-Gravity-Theory, an amalgam of mass particles will, globally, be preferentially attractive.

relativistic mass wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

- Relativistic mass doesn't exist. Only the gravity field gets distorted with velocity, as follows.
The gravity field of the mass increases perpendicularly to the direction of its motion (up to infinity at speed c) and decreases in the direction of its motion (up to zero at speed c).
Besides that, the inertial mass is also compressed by Lorentz-like forces as follows. Rectilinearly moving masses will experience a cylindrical compression that points radially towards the motion path.
Spinning spheres will experience a more or less radial compression at latitudes L: 0 < L < |36?15'| , at the exception of the equator. Opposite moving masses become repulsive. Selfsame spinning spheres are also repulsive.

force wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

- A force is the interaction between 'light' (a graviton) that escapes from a particle (trapped 'light') and another particle's spin. The physical proces between both is described by a Coriolis effect.

centrifugal force wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

- Centrifugal force doesn't exist, but what is meant by it is just an expression of inertia. Explanation: If a force is exerted on a moving mass, under a certain angle (for example, a centripetal force, or any F = m a), a traject change occurs (for example an ellipse). Our Newtonian education demands for an action-reaction and then created a fictious reaction force (for example, a centrifugal force, or any -F = - m a). In fact, it is the expression of inertia that occurs, which is, according to my Coriolis Gravity Theory, a negative self-induction effect inside the matter itself.

mass of light wikipedia
2015-02-04 08:19:23

- Light has a mass that equals to hf/c^2 at a velocity c and an instanious mass that tends to zero. Light interacts with gravito-magnetism.