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    The Coriolis Force in Maxwell's Equations
    Posted on Thursday, December 09, 2010 @ 20:35:53 EST by vlad

    Science FDT writes: As a comet approaches its nearest point to the Sun, the gravitational force approaches its maximum, yet the downward motion will be on the verge of reversing. Although this fact can be fully accounted for mathematically when we analyze the planetary orbital equation, it is clear that there are forces acting in addition to gravity. Gravity is a purely radial force which acts downwards, however at perihelion, the comet's kinetic energy will be at its maximum, yet its speed will be in the transverse direction. Modern physicists will say that this is merely the effects of inertia, yet a closer scrutiny of the maths will reveal the hand of a distinct transverse force identical in form to the vxH force in magnetism. The same situation arises when a pivoted gyroscope topples under gravity. The effects of gravity are deflected sideways. In 1835, the French scientist Gaspard-Gustave Coriolis, when analyzing the forces involved in water-wheels, identified a mathematical term which took the form of a centrifugal force multiplied by two. He referred to it as the 'compound centrifugal force'.

    This compound centrifugal force is induced by a compound motion which involves two independent, yet physically connected motions, one of which is linear and the other which must be of a rotatory nature. The deflection of the effects of gravity in a comet and a gyroscope, and also the reversal of a rotating rattleback (Celtic stone), indicate that space is not empty, but rather that it is densely packed with stuff which can emit pressure and deflect motions.
    Nowadays the compound centrifugal force is known as the Coriolis force but its application has become derailed from the physical situations where it is induced. It has come to be seen as the apparent deflection of a moving object as viewed from a rotating frame of reference. The physical connection between the linear motion and the rotatory motion has been lost, and hence so has the very basis upon which the inertial pressure will be induced. In actual fact, a rotating frame of reference which is physically disconnected from the observed motion will do nothing other than to create the illusion of a circular motion superimposed on top of the observed motion. And that is not what Coriolis force is all about. This article "The Coriolis Force in Maxwell's Equations",

    explains the physical origins of the Coriolis force with reference to the dense background sea of rotating electron-positron dipoles which serves as the medium for the propagation of light.

    David Tombe 9th December 2010



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