Monday, October 19, 2009

Article 9 second part

As well gravity is especially remarkable in the layer of inertia the closest to the Earth, what could be due to the fact that the rupture between this layer and the following one should be greater than between the others out of a greater variation of the angular velocity, what should form a higher resistance to the displacement of some particles (see last posts). Thus considering the different ruptures so the different resistances it is normal that there is an impression of a relative weightlessness in some layers between the Earth and the Moon; what should be accentuated by the fact that more the energetic concentration forming the primary particles is low more the degree of fractality is high (1), then less the particles resist to a displacement, in the same manner than when the viscosity is lesser in the usual fluids.

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