**Subject:** 124(1) : Dynamics of a Simple Spiral Galaxy

**Date:** Sun, 30 Nov 2008 04:46:13 EST

This gives the spiral structure of a galaxy from the interpretation of g as an angular momentum:

g = ckJ

and the spiral equation is the consequence of a constant v as observed in the outer region of the galaxy. Note that this is a new interpretation of g as being proportional to the orbital angular momentum. It is not the usual centrally directed g interpretation. The Newtonian case is given by:

del g = c squared R

and the constant v plateau by

del g = 0

Attachment: a124thpapernotes1.pdf

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