Ruffle Concept Case Study

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As discussed in “Ruffle Concept,” there is another way, besides general forces, to cause unbalancing of the warpons. Here is an example. Suppose object B drifts into a significantly dense portion of the warp field of a much larger (and heavier) object A. The long dense warp rays of A, which will be labeled (A), interact with proportionally long dense warp rays (B). As mentioned above in “Mass Concept,” pressurewarp (A) does not directly affect B’s motion, but it compresses the like-directed warp on the far side of B inward toward object B in a way very similar to the effect of B’s own afterwarp. Simulated Revving This simulated afterwarp compression of (B) by warp (A) on the far side of B, behaves as if it were afterwarp of B, ruffling…show more content…
However, (A) cannot perform simulated revving on the near side of (B) nor (B) on the near side of (A). The two pressurewarps cannot compress oppositely directed warps between the objects. In general, warp fields cannot pull; only push. Using Calculus Anyone who insists on trying to understand physics mathematically should compute the one-body momentum and apply that result to the two body problem by integrating over the warp field of each body separately. This will not be pursued here. Monopon Gravitation Notice that in order for gravitation to increase the velocity of any object it must increase its afterwarp. Since gravitation cannot increase the afterwarp of any monopon, it cannot accelerate a monopon. This narrative confirms and is confirmed by what we already knew about universal c being unaffected by gravitation. This narrative agreement also tends to confirm our narrative of gravitation. Pressure Warp Q: Suppose the pressurewarp of some massive object A is “squeezing” the warp field of a similar object B, without directly adding to the warp. How does that pressurewarp produce…show more content…
This increased afterwarp continues on both objects. Acceleration is caused by force. This theoretical force has a remarkable similarity to gravitation. “Gravitation Concept” will assume that we have finally found the source of gravitation. If “Gravitation Concept” can be established, then the “pressurewarp” cause of gravitation will finally be understood. However, we are not done yet. Near Side Effect At least one detail that has been temporarily oversimplified should now be addressed. To complete this narrative, it is necessary for the warpon’s effect between the massive objects to be considered as judiciously as that on the outside. We have seen how the warp of one massive object can simulate the like-directed warp of another object creating simulated afterwarp. When the warp fields are oppositely directed, however, the result is called “simulated cancellation.” The simulated cancellation that generally occurs between two massive objects reduces the repelling forces that would otherwise be pushing the objects

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