The reality of gravity and its vortexes and space-time- part 1

As regular readers may realize, I am a generalist rather than a specialist, and I love interaction from any readers of my blogs and Facebook group and page. I often get clues, hits or different perspectives on the topic I am exploring. Chris Harris (Thank you Chris) brought to my attention a phenomena that I did not realize existed. That of gravity vortexes.

Of all the “scientific” Earth energies that I have looked at, you would think that gravity would be the most straightforward. It is the attraction between celestial bodies that holds us, and the other planets, in position around the Sun and holds the moon in position around our Earth, as well as keeping us on the surface of the Earth.
We deal with gravity every day and we feel that we know what it is. Of course, in practice there is more dissension about what is really going on with it than you would think. Is it just attraction between bodies? Is it a warping of space and time, as per Einstein’s theory of general relativity? Why is it relatively weak? ( We should not be able to lift our feet off the ground). It has been suggested to me that it is just another form of magnetism but that cannot be quite true as magnetism repels as well as attracts and gravity does not appear to do that.

Einstein’s view of gravity
In his general theory of relativity, published in 1916, he describes gravity as the motion of objects following curved lines in space – or rather space-time. The curved lines are caused by the presence of a mass, for example our Earth or sun. Therefore mass causes space-time to curve. Objects moving near that mass roll toward it, much as a ball would roll toward a heavy person sitting on a trampoline.

Space Time

It gets more complicated than that though, as Earth spins, it should cause a twist in the fabric of space-time.  NASA’s Gravity Probe B (GP-B) confirmed this this  prediction, derived from Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity. So gravity is not just a fixed energy, flowing through the Earth and all other bodies in our energy matrix. pulling masses together. Gravity has a effect on time. Time does depends on gravity. A clock will tick slower at higher gravity than at lower gravity. As Einstein theory showed, time is relative, and the time dilation is always experienced by the observer..

Variable gravity

Not only that but Gravity is not, as I assumed, an even energy flow it does change across the surface of the Earth and throughout its atmosphere, due to several effects.
1-There is the variation of gravity with latitude, you weigh about 0.5% more at the poles than on the equator.
2-Gravity does indeed change with altitude. The further you are away from the centre of the Earth the less it pulls on you.

3-There are very small differences (on the order of 0.01% or less) in gravity due to differences in the local geology. For example, changes in the density of rock underneath you or the presence of mountains nearby can have a slight effect on the gravitational force. I am told it is somehow these differences, plus the spinning of the Earth that contribute towards gravity vortexes.

There are reported vortexes in many places, on large or small scale. Next time I will look at some examples of where the vortexes can be detected on the surface of the Earth. Chris Harris has a wonderful description  that shows how so called fairy rings  are not caused by underground fungus, but actually show a variation of surface gravity.

Aspects of Reality

1-Neither gravity or time are fixed and vary minutely.

2- The rotation of the Earth causes space time to twist.

 

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