The Solar System is Prime Stellar System (PSS) in which a
giant star is located at the center around which planets revolves.
In PSS systems intensity of mutual gravitational forces follows
IN THE UNIVERSE EXITS PRIME PLANETARY SYSTEMS (PSS)
IN WHICH A GIANT PLANET IS LOCATED AT THE CENTER AROUND WHICH
SEVERAL MINOR STARS REVOLVES.
Planets exert Gravitational force (PGF). Stars exert Repulsion
force (SRF). As most of the mass of the PPS is condensed into
planetary body, entire space is “charged” with
force of gravitation, which retards intensity of Mutual Repulsion
force (MRF) between stars in ratio proportional to distance
between them. Thus, equation of force of SRF is as below.
R = mm/d if planet does not exist.
G = d Planet exists and PGF acts in ratio proportional to
between two repelling bodies (Stars).
G = Anti Repulsion force.
R = i.e.,
INTENSITY OF MUTUAL REPULSION FORCE BETWEEN STARS IN
PSS IS PROPORTIONAL TO THE PRODUCTS OF THEIR MASSES AND INVERSELY
PROPORTIONAL TO SQUARE OF DISTANCE BETWEEN THEM.
R = mm/d2
This is not ABSOLUTE Repulsion Force.
is converted into
The spared Repulsion force is converted into RETRACTION FORCE
(RTF) by PGF. This RTF keeps stars in revolution and in rotation.
Dr. NAVINCHANDRA K. SHAH &
Prof. PADMAVATI P. JAIN