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samedi 14 avril 2012

Isaac Newton VS Fritz Zwicky-Vera Rubin (EN) No dark matter 2012 03 30 first video test

It was sufficient to use the basic equations of Isaac Newton (X GM / R ^ 3 and Y GM / R ^ 3) to obtain the values ​​of tangential and centripetal accelerations experienced by a galaxy of stars. Set colors, it was evident that the stars of the periphery had higher speeds (V² = acceleration x radius).
Dark matter was a chimera useless : the concepts of "NEUTRAL ZONE" and "BAND EFFECT BAND" were enough to understand why the central stars of galaxies do not react like the central planets of the solar system. .... For a simple reason: They are attracted on all sides when Mercury is drawn to one side.
So these are the stars located in the periphery, attracted only one side, they undergo centripetal acceleration the greatest.
It was enough to return to Newton !


Isaac Newton VS
Fritz Zwicky -Vera Rubin

(no dark matter)

2012 04 30

first video test

by Yanick Toutain
The following animation
has been realized with
the monochromic
photography of a galaxy.
The source of the colored image
is Wikipedia's propandist entry
in favor of the swindle
of dark matter
It's sufficient to use
Newton's basis equations
GM X / R^3 et GM Y / R^3
to obtain
the gravitational deviation
received by each star
from the totality of
the others stars of the galaxy.

Then, the equality
speed = SQR (acceleration * radius)
enabled to give a good evaluation
of the revolution speed of
all the stars (high speeds symbolized
in red then yellow ,
middle speeds in green,
small in blue then violet)
It's easy to see that the
most red zones - quickest -
are in the periphery

And the most mauve,
the lowest, in the center.
No mystery : The (neoNewtonian)
concepts of "neutral zone",
of ""band effect" almost
allowed to easily understand
why the central stars
were decelerated. We even could
begin to understand - I did in that
30th of march - the accentuation
of the spiral arms.
It was sufficient to consider that the
calculated speeds were constants
to be able to obtain a first
approximation of the trajectory
of all the stars.
(being agreed that each movement
of each star modified the received
gravitation and, then,
the speed of each star.)

We are going
to begin
by going back
in the past.

The calculated revolution
speeds will allow us
to make the galaxy
going round clockwise.
We see the spiral arms
“destroying” themselves ....
or rather .... the stage
preceding their FORMATION...
At this stage, we can suppose
that the elliptic galaxies
are the "mothers"
of the spiral galaxies.

…. we go back in the
chronological direction...
On these images, it is visible
that the slowest stars (in mauve)
and the faster stars
(in yellow and in red )
are dividing ….
...and it's this division
that contribute to form
the spiral arms.
Here, we see that the great
speed of the most “gravitated”
stars make the spiral arms
roll themselves up.
Then we can suppose that this
– more and more marked -
rolling of the spiral arms....
.... will destroy them

(by the disappearance of
the empty zones and the
end of the “band effect”
which accelerated some stars)
...and, therefore, suppose that
these spiral galaxies will
RE-transform themselves
in ordinaries elliptic galaxies....
The forms
– therefore - would be
of the same galaxies...
Only some particular forms
("Hoag's_object" by example)
would have a
highest stability ….
… and, then, not to know
this cyclical transformation
elliptic form
spiral form
elliptic form......
After the concepts of
“neutral zone” ,
“band effect” …. the author,
simultaneously to some
drafts of animated images...
… like this
"Hoag's object" .....
... the author has returned to
the data of Stacy McGauch
to confront them (without any
fundamental result for now)
to his “true equation of the
helio-planetary gravitation “.....
... Another fundamental
result has been found...
but it concerns the absolute
moving (in the Newtonian
meaning of the term...
i.e. “objective” )...
Indeed, Monday April 9th
in the morning (at ..) ,
I have succeeded, at last,
to make run without any bug
the program (in freeware
Qbasic language 2006)
I worked on since several
tenth hours...
Therefore, I have been able
to establish that the translation
of the Galaxy at a speed near
of this of the Aïn Al Rami
hypothesis would have measurable
effects on the revolution speeds...
Galaxy's translation= c/8t
Galaxy's translation= c/16
Galaxy's translation= c/32
Galaxy's translation= c/64
The visible dissymmetry on the four
successive images C/8 C/16 C/32 and C/64
shows that the absolute translation of the
galaxy has for consequence to REDUCE
the revolution speeds of the stars located
BEFORE and to INCREASE these
revolution speeds for the stars located
BEHIND. The explanation of this is always
the escape of the receiver from the signal
or its projection in its direction...
We can even compare the effects of an (absurd) zero speed …..
…. to those of a speed near of the 5011 km/s
of the Aïn Al Rami hypothesis …. look at the
blue and mauve zones which has slipped onto the right ….
This dissymmetry can (strongly
possibly) be the first cause of the
formation of the bands (some empty
zones between the agglomerations
of stars) and then ... the first cause
of the formation ….of the spirals
.....inside all the elliptic galaxies
having homogeneous densities...
The verification will be easy :
For the galaxies having a trajectory
parallel to the axis connecting us to the star Aïn Al Rami , the blue-shifts of the stars BEHIND will be higher than the redshifts of the stars BEFORE the translation.
(the stars behind approaches to us quicker than the others goes away)
Such an empirical report will be the GRAVEDIGGER of the einsteinist, poincareist and machist swindles which sabotage the science since more a century....


The main : the splendid FREEBASIC 2006
All animated images done with it !!!!
FreeBASIC is a free, 32-bit BASIC compiler for Windows (32-bit), protected-mode DOS, and Linux (x86). It began as an attempt to create a code-compatible, free alternative to Microsoft QuickBASIC, but has quickly grown into a powerful development tool, already including support for libraries such as Allegro, SDL, OpenGL, Gtk, the Windows API and many others with its default installation.

Aside from having a syntax the most compatible possible with MS-QuickBASIC, FreeBASIC introduces several new features such as pointers, unsigned data types, inline-assembly, a pre-processor and many others.

FreeBASIC is a self-hosting compiler (that's it, written in FreeBASIC), and was developed by V1ctor.
FBIde 0.4.6
an open-source IDE for the FreeBASIC compiler
made using c++ with wxWidgets and the scintilla text control

VonGodric - head programmer, project administrator and founder of the project
dumbledore - code exporting and formatting routines
Madedog - internationalization (i18n) modules
THE TOOLS : spreadsheet OPEN OFFICE et solver TI 92 Texas Instrument
Editing : using Windows Movie Maker version with bug sur ACER !!! : No recording possible !!!
Music FTGCAE-FAJEAE (gratuity of the immaterial) "Universe Love" 1987-2004
"Near the evening" 1971 -2004
"The noise of the tearing" 1993-2005
sounds: Roland VSC 3.2
Programming MIDI and compositions : Yanick Toutain with Orchestra Plus

Thanks to Vincent and Mamadou for the ears and the pertinent questions !

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