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The UVS visual inductive resolution on cyclonic gravity field effect

The Cyclonic gravity field (CGF) effect is grounded on absolute space and time with the postulation of hyperspherical pushed-in gravity, which is manifested by vortical motion in an all-pervasive universal medium.

Note: This abstract of UVS was inferred with the UVS model, perceived from the UVS perspective in the discipline of epistemology with its empiricism, serves as a basis for elucidating the causalities of the associated natural phenomena.

From the UVS perspective, cyclonic gravity field effect with hyperspherical pushed-in inertial of gravity, is equivalent in principle with the frame-dragging effect of general relativity, which its geometric field effects is postulated to be caused by moving matter known as gravitomagnetism.

Note: Image on right in a 3D pictorial is a simplified geometric illustration of hyperspherical gravity field (force field effect of spheroidal torus encapsulated fluid medium with vortical motion that follows inverse-square law) within a vortically manifested spheroidal torus boundary with equipotential surface.

See the UVS topics on "Soap bubble metaphor" that elaborates on simulated effects of pushed-in gravity, "The causality of gravity", "The causality of tidal force", "Qualitative evaluation on time dilation" that elaborates on a crucial foundational crisis and its cognitive paradoxes in modern physics, and "The UVS reviews on the General Relativity concepts of gravity" for more illustrations.

This UVS concept of geometric gravity that posits invariant space, is equivalent in principle to the mainstream endorsed Einstein's geometric gravity concept that posits variant space, which is a geometric framework of spacetime distortion.

The frame-dragging effect in general relativity describes the rotational drags of a free-falling object near a massive rotating object in precessing motion, without the cosmological constant, postulates a curvature of space that pulled-in the free-falling object in the Einstein's geometric gravity.

In contrast, the cyclonic gravity field effect of UVS postulates the rotational drags of a free-falling object near a massive rotating object, is being pushed-in with its postulated geometric gravity field in an Euclidean space.

A 3D visual aid for illustrating gravity field of the Earth.

See externally linked topics on "Lense-Thirring effect" that elaborates on its equivalent principle with the frame-dragging effect in modern physics, and "Heliospheric current sheet" that illustrates a cyclonic magnetic field of the Solar System.

All celestial objects are externally impelled to rotate and revolve
in vortical motion with resonated precession effects.
- UVS inspired

The image with two spheroids on right is a visual aid of a three dimensional spatial model, is for illustrating the differential effect of a larger and more massive rotating celestial spheroid with its more significant CGF effect (not illustrated) acting on viscous matter of a smaller celestial spheroid orbiting nearby in its geometric force field. This can aid on the conceptual visualization of the interacting cyclonic motions with counter exchange of their angular momentum.

Using this model for a thought experiment, think of gravity field as a rotating fluid medium (not illustrated) that encapsulates the spheroids, and therefore the smaller spheroid encapsulated within is being externally pushed with an angular momentum of the fluid motion. With the angular momentum of fluid medium in encapsulation, it can be visualized that the smaller spheroid is subjected to a persistent momentum in a pushed-in gravitational force.

A small orbiting celestial spheroid is subjected to the stronger CGF effect of a larger rotating celestial spheroid in its pushed-in gravitational effect.

In northern hemisphere, a freely suspended structure viewed from the top of the Earth, would appear to be rotating in anti-clockwise direction. In southern hemisphere, the structure would appear to be rotating in clockwise direction. From its external reference frame, the structure is cyclonically rotating in a same vortical direction in this transcendental perception.

Based on unisonal vortex mechanism, the CGF effect of Earth exerted from its rotation axis, is the secondary axis driving force of unisonal vortex mechanism that reacts with Earth's spheroidal torus pushed-in gravitational field to impel lower latitude unisonal vortices. In the angular movement on the surface of a rotating Earth with a same angular velocity, the horizontal surface distance displaced is relatively greater on lower latitude, and relatively lesser on higher latitude.

The cyclonic gravity field effect of the revolving Earth, renders the secondary axis horizontal driving force of the unisonal vortex mechanism to react with the Earth's spheroidal torus pushed-in gravitational field. This can impel a manifested force vortex that has formed on a primary polar axis of the Earth, and thus transforms it as a free vortex on the polar axis, such as the atmospheric polar vortex.

A mechanism of
unisonal vortex

The intrinsic two-axis spin impels the viscous matter medium on lower latitudes of Earth to form as all possible diversities of cyclonic vortices, which can manifest as hurricane, supercell, cyclonic clear air vortex, cyclonic oceanic whirlpool, cyclonic deep-ocean whirlpool, cyclonic vortex of liquefied crust, and et al.

See the UVS topics on "The vortically manifested planetary orbitals" that illustrates orbits are rendered by the transferred cyclonic vortical motion of their torus force fields, "Visualization of a differential rotation with Foucault's pendulum" that illustrates an intrinsic differential rotation, "The vortices of Jupiter" that illustrates the nested vortices of Jupiter , "The mysterious planetary rings" for some illustrations on cyclonic motion.

Cyclonic Gravity Field effect on splitting comet

Based on unisonal vortex mechanism, a comet could be split from its nucleus by an intensified torque-induced precession, which is rendered by its near encounter with the Cyclonic Gravity Field (CGF) effect of the Sun, or from the CGF of a large planet.

From the UVS perspective, the phenomena of disintegrating comet could be caused when cohesion force of the materials in the comet held by it, is overcome by a combination of factors. Depending on the angular velocity and trajectory velocity of the comet on how it approaches a stronger cyclonic gravitational force field, when passing by or entering a much larger rotating celestial body, it therefore is subjected to its stronger CGF effect that manifests stronger tidal force; the comet subjected to the tidal force of the large celestial object could cause it to disintegrate.

See the UVS topic on "The causality of tidal force", and externally linked topics on "Star being shredded by a massive black hole" that illustrates a star is shredded by wondering too close to a massive black hole, "Roche limit" that explains how a celestial body disintegrate due to a second celestial body's tidal forces exceeding the first body's gravitational self-attraction, and "tidal force" that explain how one side of the body has greater acceleration than its center of mass, and the other side of the body has lesser acceleration that causes a celestial object to split.

When a comet passes by a large rotating body and therefore is subjected to its CGF effect, when the conditions are met, this could generate a bipolar vortices pair that their effects on the comet would cause its nucleus to split a[art by twisting along the rotating axis of the comet.

The UVS research predicates the splitting of comet can be caused by the cyclonic gravity field effect from larger suspended spheroid on near encounter.

Image at below left shows the main Comet Biela displaying a dual-core vortical characteristic at the front side, and its tail had distinctly splitted up at its back into two pointed away tails. An observed splitted away chunk of the comet, is at the seven o'clock position of the main comet in the image.

A fluidized or sublimated comet stretched and twisted at high speed when it approaches a huge rotating body, and thus is subjected to its stronger CGF effect on nearer encounter, would be impelled to spin cyclonically and thus split apart in a stretched and twisted manner. This could explain how Comet Showmaker-Levy 9 and Comet 73P had disintegrated.

Comet Biela in late 1845 was observed to have had splitted apart as it was moving toward perihelion.

Stretch-split Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 when
entering cyclonic gravitational field of Jupiter

Comet 73P/Schwassmann-Wachmann
disintegrated into more than 40 pieces

CGF effect could also be the primary mechanism of a larger celestial object that is ripping the plasmatic atmosphere of a nearby smaller celestial object. It could explain the phenomenon of comet galaxy that was apparently observed to be ripped apart by a nearby galaxy cluster. The CGF effect from an enormous intergalactic toroidal vortex of the galaxy cluster, interacted on the galactic vortex of the comet galaxy that has had come into close proximity, thus ripping it.

See the UVS topic on "Comet" for more illustrations on the cyclonic motion of comet.

Cyclonic field effect in the microcosms

From the UVS perspective, an electric field is a vortical consolidated jet stream in an aetheric medium, and it could physically interact with other matter that resonates with its transferred angular momentum.

In the UVS worldview, vortical motion is the first principle for thermodynamics in Earth and planetary sciences. And this is how celestial objects generate internal heat.

See the UVS topics on "Other vortical phenomena of star" for further elaboration on how celestial objects generate internal heat with induced cyclonic motion, and "Structure of an atom" that elaborates on vortical phenomena in the microcosms for how they are vortically impelled by the macrocosms.

How microwave oven works, is evidence for the transferring of angular momentum from electromagnetic wave to resonated matters of an object.

The resonated molecules of an object in an activated microwave oven, are oscillated in a one directional spin at the frequency of 2.45 GHz. This would cause friction in atomic and subatomic particles to heat up the object; the transfer of angular momentum from electromagnetic wave to motion in resonated atoms of an object causes heat to generate. Microwave a fork and one would see sparks at its the tines, the tines acts as an antenna, and when sufficient angular momentum of atom is built up in the fork in the form of built-up voltage, it would cause arcing at the tines.

Warning: Please do not try to microwave a fork without proper safety precautions in place; fire hazard.

Einstein's photoelectric effect of levitated moon dust when the Sun comes up, is evidence for transferring of angular momentum with transferred cyclonic motion from the electromagnetic wave of light.

There is no space empty of field. - Albert Einstein

Photovoltaic cell is another example when photon are absorb in its photodiode cluster, and in the transfer of angular momentum with cyclonic motion from light (photon) that excites and frees up electrons in the photovoltaic cell; this generates electricity in photocurrent. This is a molecular cluster of nano scale galaxies that could absorb angular momentum from electromagnetic wave of light for doing useful work.

See a contemporary physics experiment on electron's motion that illustrates the transferring of angular momentum from a laser light beam to the motion of an electron.




Describing a direction of rotation that is counterclockwise in the Northern Hemisphere, clockwise in the Southern Hemisphere.
The act or process of knowing; perception. The product of such a process; something thus known, perceived, etc.
cognitive paradox
A contradicting perception in the cognition for its perceived actuality.
first principle
The first basis from which a thing is known.
vortical hypersphere
A hypersphere formed with intrinsic vortical motion.
The measurement, in degrees, of a place's distance north or south of the equator.
natural phenomenon
A natural phenomenon is a non-artificial event in the physical sense, and therefore not produced by humans, although it may affect humans.
A set of forms all of which contain a particular element, esp. the set of all inflected forms based on a single stem or theme.
Any thing, or situation exhibiting an apparently contradictory nature with false proposition.
revolving axis
The external axis of a suspended spheroid that the revolving path centers on, is the secondary axis of unisonal vortex mechanism for polar vortex.
revolution axis
The axis on a suspended spheroid, parallel to its external revolving axis.
rotation axis
The axis a suspended spheroid rotates, is the main axis of unisonal vortex mechanism for polar vortex, and the secondary axis for lower latitude unisonal vortex.
A geometrical figure similar in shape to a sphere, such as an ellipsoid.
The passing or having passed from the solid to the gaseous state (or vice versa) without becoming liquid [syn: sublimed] - Dictionary.com
A process in which all elements behave in the same way at the same time; simultaneous or synchronous parallel action. 
Having the property of viscosity.
vortical singularity
A toroidal culmination of aether with vortical motion that unisonally spawns its resonated and nested satellite vortical fractals in its vortical paradigm. 



Dec 2007

References and links:
Empiricism - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Epistemology - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Absolute space and time - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Einstein's geometric graivty - Einstein online
Kinematics - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Inverse-square law - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cosmological constant - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Euclidean space - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lense-Thirring effect - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Heliospheric current sheet - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
How microwave oven works - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Photoelectric effect
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Photovoltaic cell - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dynamo effect - Excerpt from the Encyclopedia Britannica
Equipotential - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Frame-dragging effect - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
General relativity - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Spacetime - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Roche limit - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tidal force - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Precession - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Comet - astro-tom.com
Comet galaxy - NASA/ESA

Video clip on "Star being shredded by a massive black hole" - ASA, S. Gezari (The Johns Hopkins University), and J. Guillochon (University of California, Santa Cruz)
Image of Earth with grid lines - Polaris Project North Star, Iowa State University
Image of 3D oblate spheroid - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Image of comet Biela twin split - thunderbolts.info
Image of Shoemaker-Levy 9 - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, Hubble Space Telescope image
Image of comet 73P - NASA, HST


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