Gravity

Galileo established how objects of various mass, when released simultaneously, hit the earth at the
exact same instant. Sir Isaac Newton identified that no matter what was falling, if free of drag, fell
at an accelerating rate of 9. Les mer
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Galileo established how objects of various mass, when released simultaneously, hit the earth at the
exact same instant. Sir Isaac Newton identified that no matter what was falling, if free of drag, fell
at an accelerating rate of 9.81 m/s2. Einstein spoke of spatial distortion of light beams as the reason
why we are all bound to Earth, yet neither he nor anyone else recognised what causes gravity.


Gravity is David G.H. Crawford's attempt to have the scientific world reign its resources back into
looking at this fundamental question. Having spent a lifetime investigating and advising on problems
concerning the operation of electromagnetic powered, water supply and waste-water processing
systems, David has an intense, and hands on, interest in this topic. This book explains David's radical
new theory of seeing gravity as the concentric force difference between dark energy and neutron
charged mass. To finally understand what gravity is will open the world to many advances - in which
concentric gravity, once realised, can be utilised in many environmentally friendly ways.



A thought-provoking book by a free thinker which encourages us to recognise the historic
misconception of gravity.

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Om forfatteren

David G H Crawford, now retired, spent the greater part of his early career trouble-shooting electro-hydraulic plant installations throughout many industries and has a long standing interest in physics. He decided on his eightieth birthday, to sit a MENSA test in Nottingham, which he successfully qualified in. David lives in Clackmannashire, Scotland.