Robnett, Allen Vernon
January 12, 2015
dark matter, dark energy, dark flow, galactic dynamics, faster than light, FTL, speed of gravity, Jupiter energy, Saturn energy, Venus volcanoes, Venus rotation anomaly
The analysis of gravitational forces in rotating systems is treated by Newtonian mechanics as if the forces were perfectly centrally oriented. No time lag of gravitational effects in rotating systems is assumed because such a time lag would result in exceptions to conservation of energy and momentum. On the other hand, such a time lag would lead to explanations of many anomalous astronomical phenomena. These include Dark Matter, Dark Energy, Dark Flow, and various planetary and spacecraft anomalies. This paper explores the relationship of a hypothetical time lag of gravitational influence to these phenomena. Using Jupiter as the "Rosetta Stone" of gravitational speed and using Saturn as a confirmation test, it is concluded that the speed of transmission of gravitational effects in rotating systems would be approximately 2*1018 m s-1 or roughly 200 ly s-1. The effect would become more apparent as the subject matter and/or the time span under consideration become larger.