This seems to be another major discovery of the new cosmology, and results in eq. (28). Kepler’s Third law of 1619 is generalized by the new universal law of gravitation, eq. (2), and so a vast amount of new information will emerge as x is varied in eq. (28). In modern astronomy the elapsed time tau for a given angle transcribed by a mass m such as a planet in a planar orbit can be measured with great accuracy. So for any precessing mass, the elapsed time will be different from that predicted by Kepler’s third law eq. (25). The same major result is obtained for all conical sections. This two particle result can now be generalized to three particle and N particle results. So the new CISP book is rapidly taking shape. Kepler’s second law of 1609 is unchanged by precession. Kepler’s first law stated that orbits are elliptical, and to Kepler the ellipse was static (x =1). Now it is known that varying x produces a compelety new cosmology of essentially unlimited interest. Obviously these laws predate Newtonian dynamics (circa 1665 onwards).