Wednesday, July 21, 2010

A Seed to Strepulsion Physics

One fine evening, Professor Govind was enjoying the cool breeze on his sea side walk. He smiled at the young and charming students who were busy building their sand-castles on the coast. Every time when the tides washed away their feet, they rejoiced. It was a full moon day of the Spring. The professor wanted to caution them and said, "Children, enjoy the scenario; but never go into the coast. These Proxigean Spring tides are dangerous, you know? They occur once in every 1.5 years only and are dangerous; Be careful". 
"What? Proxigiiii?, well what’s that? " asked one of the children.

"Yes. Proxigean Spring tides are very high tides that arise when the moon is at its proxigee, i.e, the closest distance(perigee). The moon's gravitation pulls the ocean water to it’s direction which is counteracted by the earth's gravitation and rotation to give rise to these kind of high tides", said Professor and pointed out a high tide along the coast.

"So, are you saying that all these tides are the action of the moon's gravitational pull?" asked one of the students in an inquisitive voice. "Yes. Of course, every body in this universe attracts every other body, as given by Newton, isn't it my child?" asked the professor.

"If every object in this Universe attracts every other objects, then the universe would be a condensed mass of ball and there will never be any distribution of matter as now; there won't be any planets, any stars, any asteroids, blah, blah, blah. The entire matter(mass) of this universe would stick together making a pile of matter, isn't it?" asked a bright student.

Everyone laughed and made fun at him. "Do you mean, Newton is wrong? Or the entire scientific society which's been following his theories were fools? WTH!" asked a boy in a sarcastic undertone.

"Listen my boys. Don't laugh at him. His question makes a sense. Please don't disregard anyone's knowledge". The boys stopped laughing at him, obeying professor's words. They were all anxious to listen to what the professor is going to say.

"Your name, my boy?" asked Professor Govind.

"Venkat Ram" said the inquisitive fellow with a shivering voice of guilty and shame.

"Good. I should appreciate you first. See, although we have everything established by our preceding society, the observations made by some of us are constantly offering some new concepts and corrections to the preceding theories. And one such is the "Strepulsion Physics" the branch of physics that's popped to explain the question that you put forth."
It was Dr.NavinChandra Shah and his associates who have proposed a new theory called "Stellar Repulsion Force Theory" in 2003. It is yet to be accepted world-wide. According to their postulates, it is repulsion and not gravitation(attraction) that dominates the Stellar Universe.

Two stellar bodies(stars) never attract each other. Newton's law of gravitation is bound to non-stellar bodies(planets, satellites, asteroids, celestial bodies other than stars) alone. No wonder, his apple fell down due to the earth's attraction, but his concepts aren't applicable in case of stars.

If not the stellar repulsive force exists, the whole world would be a condensed mass as you said. The universe is balanced by both attraction and repulsion, and the planets revolve due to retraction force which is the resultant of stellar repulsion and non-stellar attraction. Two planets attract, two asteroids attract, even a star attracts planets, but two stars never attract, but repel. He's put forth some argument which correct Newton's theory of Gravitation, Galileo's astronomical concepts and Einstein's General Theory of Relativity", said Professor Govind.

"Interesting.." said Venkat Ram, the one who initiated the talk. "Where can I get the further information about this Sterpulsion Physics, sir?" asked him.

"Hmm. I've a book with me. Also you can try downloading the e-books from either of the sites, or " said the professor.

"Oh! It's time. See I forgot that I got some work in my laboratory. Feel free to ask whatever you need, children. Bye. Take care", said the professor and got back to his lab.

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