🌟 5 Why the moon does not fall to the earth? ▶▶ The universal law of attraction and repulsion 🌟


Why the moon does not fall to the earth? 🌟 Why the moon does not fall to the earth? ▶▶ The universal law of attraction and
repulsion ▶▶ Magnetic field 🌟 Why the Moon does not fall to the Earth? Why the Earth does not fall to the Sun? Why do the planets revolve around the sun
and do not fall to it? Why galaxies do not collapse and do not fall
to each other? So why doesn’t the moon fall to the earth? Because not only gravitational forces act
on it, but also repulsive forces. And these forces are balanced, approximately
as in this toy. Now let’s take a closer look at how does this
happen. In my previous experiments we found out that
all elements of the periodic table have magnetic forces. Some of them are attracted to the magnet,
while the others are repelled. The earth and the moon are composed of all
these elements. For example let’s take an aluminum pattern. From the previous experiments we remember
that aluminum is repelled by a magnetic field. You can see this if you slowly bring the magnetic
field to aluminum. The ferrum has one length of magnetic waves,
and the aluminum has a different length of magnetic waves. Their waves are not commensurate that is why
the resonance does not occur, but the rejection occurs. It is called the repulsion. But what happens if we force these incoherent
magnetic waves into each other? Holding the sample of aluminum, I bring closer
to it a magnetic field at some distance. And what happens? It seems nothing happened. Surprisingly, the aluminum does not repel
and does not attract a magnetic field. Then I move the magnetic field forward and
backward. And we see that the aluminum plate also came
into motion, but at the same time it also does not attract and does not repel from the
magnetic field, it maintains a predetermined distance. More specifically, the aluminum sample is
simultaneously attracted and repelled, but these forces stay in balance. Just like the orbit of the moon. Take a sample of copper. And we also see confirmation of this effect. So why doesn’t the moon fall to the earth? Of course sooner or later everything will
fall into a black hole. But it won’t happen soon. Why doesn’t this happen at once? After all, based on the Newton’s law, all
objects have only one force – attraction. As a result, according to Newton, they should
only be attracted to each other. And accordingly fall to each other. This process should occur in a short period
of time. Thousands of years perhaps. But we know that the solar system is 5 billion
years old. The celestial mechanics of the universe is
15 billion years old. And everything moves, rotates in a balanced
state. Something hinders, does not allow everyone
to fall on each other. The answer is very simple. In addition to the forces of attraction there
are repulsive forces. And these forces are equal. When Newton introduced The law of universal
gravitation, he despised The Law of universal Repulsion. These two laws cannot exist separately from
each other. In essence, there is only one law in the universe
– the law of attraction and repulsion. Having postulated only 50% of physics (attraction),
the remaining 50% (repulsion) were thrown into the dustbin of history. That’s why we currently study only 50% of
physics. Newton made many such absurdities. For example he denied the magnetic forces
of the Sun. He said that the temperature in the sun is
very high, and the magnet loses its properties at high temperatures. But nowadays it’s a common knowledge that
the Sun is the largest magnet in the Solar system. Let’s go back to the moon. The first cosmic velocity is 8 kilometers
per second. All the Earth satellites rotate at this speed. It is necessary for a satellite to reduce
speed less than 8 kilometers per second to fall to the ground. The speed of the moon is 1 kilometer per second. This is EIGHT times less than the minimum
speed allowed. The moon should EIGHT times sooner fall to
the Earth than any artificial satellite. But it does not fall. Satellites and meteorites fall to the Earth
despite the fact that their speed is much higher, and the moon does not fall. Moreover, the Moon is four centimeters away
from the Earth a year. And this fact does not support the Newton’s
laws. It ruins his theory completely. Maybe some conclusions from my experiments
will seem controversial to someone, that’s not the point. I can say that until “The Law of universal
Repulsion” is returned to physics, such paradoxes as with the Moon will occur constantly. In the next video we will analyze the work
of Newton’s Cradle. What is common between magnets and Newton’s
cradle? For example, Newton’s cradle can help to
understand what processes occur in magnets. Do not miss my next video.

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