Grav26: The Gravitational Stellar Constant Allows for an Improved Description of Stellar and Black Hole Dynamics
September 10, 2012
Gravitational Constant, spinning stars, black holes, Coriolis Gravity
The Sun’s dynamics defines our Gravitational Constant. In a former paper , that strict relationship
has been shown, based upon the most fundamental equations of gravity and gyrotation (the magnetic equivalent for gravity), applied upon elementary particles. The consequence is that one parameter can be eliminated, as explained before  and this allows me to unveil some issues on the shape and the moments of inertia of stars, supernovae and black holes, and the possibility of double bursts of forming black holes.