Concord, ON, Canada
Mysteries of Inertia
by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N.
Published in May 2004. 78 pages.
Aetherometric Theory of Synchronicity, Vol. 2
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This monograph is available exclusively to ISFA members.
What is inertia? What are rotary inertia and translatory inertia? What is the relation between inert and gravitational mass? What distinguishes inertial frames from gravitational ones? What are the characteristics of gravitational motion(s)? How are they distinguished from the properties of rotation - or from translatory motion with constant velocity? Can all these motions be unified under the same set of Laws? Will Newton's Force Laws permit or withstand such unification? And what will be the implications for a Physics of Energy? What are the contributions of other researchers, such as Sciama, Graneau, Assis, Aspden, to this problematic? These questions thread through the second monograph of Gravitational Aetherometry - and lead to a surprising conclusion that teases apart two distinct gravitational field interactions, primary and secondary, and proposes an entirely new functional role for the universal constant G.