Kim, Y. (2016). Modern Physics Handed Down From the Concept of Error and Distortion of Newtonian Mechanics. PHILICA.COM Observation number 104.
Modern Physics Handed Down From the Concept of Error and Distortion of Newtonian Mechanics

Youngsik Kimunconfirmed user (Myongji University)

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Observation
1. Newton discovered the law of gravity acted between an apple(m_1) and Earth(m_2) and expressed the law of gravity with the formula is (m_1×m_2)/r^2 .
That was recognized that the gravity of the earth is integrated with the one of the apple. However, the law of gravity contains a very serious error.
2. When breaking up the formula is (m_1×m_2)/r^2 derived from the law of gravity as inverse operation, its result is concluded by the form of m_1×m_2/r^2 .
In the structural properties of these formula, you can find the exercise effects of the apple(m_1) dragged by the gravity(m_2/r^2 ) of Earth is only reflected, but the exercise effects of Earth(m_2) dragged by the gravity(m_1/r^2 ) of the appleis left out.
3. The concept of distortion(defect) of the law of gravity has been passed down to the theory of relativity and quantum mechanics in modern physics, which provided the opportunity for the physics view of the world to be irregularly evolved.
In order to overcome this situation of confusion, a response function of the object(m_1) dragged and a control function of the object(m_2) of attraction by the influence of gravitation(gravity, electric force, and nuclear force) should be strictly distinguished.

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Published on Wednesday 4th May, 2016 at 14:06:36.

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Kim, Y. (2016). Modern Physics Handed Down From the Concept of Error and Distortion of Newtonian Mechanics. PHILICA.COM Observation number 104.




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