Thursday, 19 March 2009

Double LeSage gravity solutions for the Solar Eclipse Gravity anomalies found by Wang and Yang/ Mishra and Rao.

Solar eclipse gravity anomalies explained by comparison of;
Woomera 2002. Lusaka 2001, Mohe 1997, and Dhoraji 1995 gravity measurement results, compared with the Sunspot distribution in those years and the double LeSage gravity proposed by the Quantum FFF theory.
For the Double LeSage gravity in Quantum FFF theory see:

SIMPLIFIED SOLUTIONS (below) for comparable examples:

DOUBLE Le Sage gravity could solve the Wang and Yang eclipse anomalies.
The Wang and Yang eclipse gravity anomalies (Mohe 1997 and Lusaka 2001) can be explained by the introduction of a dual or double Le Sage gravity system.
Such a system is supposed to be based on the pressure differences between the impulse of Higgs and Graviton scattering on Fermions.
The concentrated Higgs- Graviton (vector) bundles have two types : A and B. They seem to introduce a lighthouse effect around the Sun.
Bundles with type A seem to be more concentrated and related to the equatorial plane of the Sun. Type A bundles seem to loose their influence on Earth if the inclination of the Sun with the line of sight is increasing. It is proposed that type A gravity is originated by the rotation of the Sun (drag effect)
Gravity bundles with type B (only Higgs without graviton influence) seem to be more widely beaming without much variation related to inclination with the line of sight.
It is proposed that type B gravity is originated by the dark matter content of Sunspots. ( Sunspots are assumed to be micro black holes, so sunspots are black holes! and Comets are black holes too!)

See for eclipse gravity variations:
Maurice Allais homepage:

see also: Newscientist: "does gravity change with the seasons"