Mechanics / Electrodynamics
February 12, 2013
This short paper is a contribution to the gravity group of NPA. Robert de Hilster wanted opinions about Newton’s law of gravity. It is therefore important that all members try to contribute since this is the motivation for membership. It is very important that we discuss with those who have opinions different in relation to our own. If we only talk to those who have the same opinions as we, there will
be no advancement. If we sometimes should be happy to find something new we can expect this idea to be in contrast to other dissidents as well as to mainstream. Most probably this idea will not be understood. Remember that physics has been in a chaotic state for about 100 years. It is therefore a very good idea that NPA and GSJournal has no reviewing before publishing. We must accept that this leads to a diversified quality in the contributions. However, it is very important that we have
extensive reviewing after publication. We must not be afraid of telling what we cannot accept. Instead we should consider it as our duty to do so. Remember that it is such negative critique that has the positive effects. Going forwards means that someone must change his mind, and we do not
know who. The only way to help each other is to tell where we find others to be wrong.