The Seasonal Variation of the Gravitational Force
The recent experiments of Roberto Emilio Monti have demonstrated that transmutation of uranium occur only in the spring and fall, but not in summer and winter. It is known for the past century that the advance of the perihelion of mercury cannot be explained by the original Newtonian gravitational equation. Andre Assis and Jaroslav Kluyshin have proposed additional terms to explain the events of perihelion of mercury. But no one has hitherto explained the Monti’s seasonal effect so far. This research will investigate the additional term which must be added to Newton’s equation in order to explain both the advance of perihelion of mercury and the Monti effect. The additional term will be determined by studying the seasonal variation in the velocity and the acceleration.
Shama, Uma (2006). The Seasonal Variation of the Gravitational Force. Faculty and Librarian Research Grants (FLRG). Item 74.
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