Science is based on observation and math. An example is Newton's g = GM1M2/r^2. That is wrong.
While r^2 represents as an example the distance between the Moon (M1 in this case) and the Earth (M2 in this case),
it should actually be factored g = GM1/r^2 = a = GM2/r^2. a would be the common denominator which is when the
acceleration of gravity towards the Moon and the Earth are the same. Scientists have missed this mistake that Newton
made. This while it is taught in school, they didn't consider the math they were taught in school.
When factored this way then the mutual gravitational attraction between the Moon and the Earth will both agree with
g = GM/r^2. It is this formula which shows that at sea level on the Earth's surface its acceleration due to gravity in 9.806m/s.
Just basic math and science.
My work on "perpetual motion" has allowed me to understand why ice ages and interglacial periods happen. When a full on
ice age happens, the Earth's moment of inertia changes so it can spin faster. This allows it to have a more circular orbit. When
that allows those glaciers to melt because the Earth spends more time closer to the Sun, then the Earth's spin slows because
its moment of inertia has changed again. Scientists do not consider this.
What scientists have missed is when the Earth's spin slows then the orbital velocity of the Sun's gravitational field has a greater
affect on the Earth increasing its orbital velocity. When this happens then the Sun's gravity can give the Earth a gravity boost
accelerating it even faster which is what leads to an ice age. The interglacial period we've been in might be coming to a close.
An example is a Viking mountain pass (am 1/2 Norwegian and have lived in Norway and spoken Norske) was open for about
1,000 years until about 1,200. During this time there was the Dark Ages cool period but no Little Ice Age. When the next cool
period comes, if another Little Ice Age happens then I'll be proven right.
As for "perpetual motion" the Earth spins in "perpetuity" because its mass creates gravity which creates rotational velocity. Of
course when considering the Earth's moment of inertia and it's orbital velocity at that point, if it is rotating slower does that mean
that space is not empty and is resisting the rotation of the Earth?
As for what I am building, the math is simple. 5π
is greater than 25π.
Or keeping it simple, 15.707 is greater than 78.540. And
now you'll say that's wrong when torque is considered as leverage. With ice ages and interglacials, I might ask Norway if they'd
like to show America how it's done. And if you go to https://climate-cycling.com/
, that's my website. I am pursuing an experiment
to see if I know the solution to what the IPCC observed and made known in 2013. They know that greenhouse gasses N2O, CO2
and CH4 are helping the ozone layer to recover. They don't know why.
If I am right then I'll be showing what no scientist in the world knows. My interest in atmospheric chemistry actually started when
I served on board the USS Kitty Hawk and worked in an engine room. And because we are bad people we ran over a Russian
submarine. I think those of us who know what happened don't care to talk about it. It easily could've been much worse.
And this stuff is fairly basic.
p.s., I thought some people might find the concept of what I'm building interesting. Since I am working in inches, the radius the
top weight rotates is 5Pi. When a weight rotates from the top to the bottom, 25Pi means 25 inches times 3.142.
If torque is used as leverage, can the average leverage then the top weight uses only 1/5th of the work the overbalanced weights
are doing. In 1712, Bessler used leverage from what he said was at a 4:1 ratio. His "witnesses" said they heard 8 knocking sounds.
His drawings show he might've gone to 12 weights. That'd give 4 weights generating torque while 1 weight leveraged to weights to
shift their balance. Math actually allows for it.
With my experiment, "perpetual motion" isn't possible because gravity doesn't have energy. My experiment will rely on gravity
keeping atmospheric gasses excited when both pressure and temperature drops. And why am I in this situation? I served in the
U.S. Navy with a Norwegian accent. The result was 2 service connected disabilities because I'm not "one of you" My hearing loss
has basically ruined my life. Or was that serving in the U.S. Navy with a Norwegian accent? Kind of why I think Norwegians might
want to work with me. Christopher Bergen was killed by his American father-in-law for wishing him Happy Birthday.
Christopher Bergan was killed by a gunshot wound to the heart after jumping out of the bushes.
Gratulerer med dagen is Happy Birthday. Could you imagine, his father-in-law didn't recognize him. Both pictures seems to be taken
on the same balcony.
This kind of begs the question, what does it mean to be an American? I am from Dayton, Ohio, home of the Wright Bros. They flew
their plane at Kittyhawk, North Carolina, I served on board the USS Kitty Hawk and then worked for the Boeing Airplane Co. in
Seattle, Wa. And I even ran over a Russian submarine and served in the U.S. Navy but I can't have a life in the U.S. because I am
not an American.