Moebius Strip Orbits

This would be very interesting, these could be two planets orbiting the sun, one plane tilted with respect to the other. By all means develop these ideas.

Sent: 06/03/2017 08:44:31 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Moebius Strip

Maybe a Moebius strip could be simulated easily by two orbiting masses in ellipses slightly precessing against one another and with planes tilted. This can be realized by proper inital conditions. It would mainly be a question of graphics to present the resulting structure.
A correct handling would also require to include the interaction between both orbiting masses. Then we have a kind of dumbbell model again…


Am 06.03.2017 um 09:17 schrieb EMyrone:

Fanciful suggestions often become tomorrow’s physics!

Sent: 06/03/2017 00:10:51 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Discusssion of Graphics and Computation of Note 371(4)

Horst/M Normanyron Somewhat fanciful speculation – maybe the number of masses (electrons ) in each shell equals the number of twists in each Mobius strip?
On 3/4/2017 9:06 AM, Horst Eckardt wrote:

This is interesting. The ring structure with modulated height Z while the ring is originally in the XY plane can be modeled by a angular-dependent potential. I will give such an example in section 3 of paper 371. The special curving as a Moebius strip requires modeling motion of more than one mass around the centre which is possible. In the article it is spoken of special light polarization where E and B fields are not perpendicular to each other or direction of propagation. This is possible for longitudinal wave expansion as we have shown in great detail on basis of ECE2 theory. This is obviously ignored by standard physics.


Am 03.03.2017 um 22:11 schrieb Norman Page:

On 3/3/2017 3:05 PM, Norman Page wrote:This site has an enormous amount of empirical data relative to your recent orbital calculations. Regards Norman Page

On 3/3/2017 6:33 AM, EMyrone wrote:

Many thanks to the Co President on behalf of�Horst and myself. �

To: EMyrone
Sent: 03/03/2017 10:37:01 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Graphics and Computation of Note 371(4)

Fantastic developments again.

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