New Theory Challenges Existing Beliefs About Gravity, Positioning Solar Winds as the Force That Moves Planets, Governs Atomic

New Theory Challenges Existing Beliefs About Gravity, Positioning Solar Winds
     as the Force That Moves Planets, Governs Atomic Movement and Creates
                             Gravitational Force

Pioneering scientists redefine what influences movement in solar system and
invite scientists, theorists and solar system experts to comment on the "More
than Gravity" thesis

PR Newswire

LANCASTER, N.Y., Feb. 26, 2013

LANCASTER, N.Y., Feb. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --A new theory on the forces that
control planetary orbit refutes the 400-year old assumptions currently held by
the scientific community. Scientific and engineering experts Gerhard and Kevin
Neumaier have established a relationship between solar winds and a quantized
order in both the position and velocity of the solar system's planets, and
movement at an atomic level, with both governed by the same set of physics.

The observations made bring into question the Big Bang Theory, the concept of
black holes, gravitational waves and gravitons. The Neumaiers' paper, More
Than Gravity, is available for review at

The theory is based on the following underlying principles:

  oThe physical mechanism that moves the planets is the solar wind, imparting
    position and direction to their orbits, and governing all of the moons in
    the solar system in locked orbits that rotate with the planets.
  oThe solar wind is responsible for the natural arrangement of the planets
    and the quantization at the atomic level, reestablishing the link between
    the solar system and atom. Based on observations, the same order and set
    of forces that work in our solar system also apply to the atom. Because
    the solar wind affects all matter on earth, it naturally describes quantum
    mechanics – the inner workings of the atom.
  oThe planets are positioned in a quantized order based on a simple equation
    that accurately predicts the velocity and position of planetary orbits and
    distances from the Sun.

Using data not available when gravitational theories were formed, such as
satellite exploration of space, the More than Gravity researchers hypothesize
that the Sun and solar wind control planetary motion and our solar system.
Based on research and data collection spanning 50 years, the Neumaiers'
intellectually bold theory is a rational effort to provide clarity where
widely held notions regarding gravity theory fall short. Based on observations
of the pervasive solar wind, the Neumaiers hold that observable physical
forces govern planetary direction and alignment without need for invisible,
theoretical forces.

More Than Gravity research is based on the following scientific observations:

  oPlanets in the solar system have a discrete, or quantized, order similar
    to the atom. The distance, velocity and position of the planets are
    quantized and driven by the solar wind. Each planetary position can be
    predicted from a simple equation. Similarly, the velocity of planetary
    bodies can be described by an almost identical equation.
  oThe Sun discharges billions of tons of highly charged particles every
    hour. These particles make up the solar wind and are much more highly
    charged than we typically see on Earth, travelling at speeds more than a
    million miles per hour in a spiraling path to the end of our solar system.
  oThe Sun's differential rotation is responsible for solar wind pattern,
    which moves out in a spiral along magnetic flux lines. This approximates a
    pattern of Archimedean spiral in which the force of the solar wind is in
    the direction that all of the planets orbit.
  oThe equation for gravity does not require that the planets orbit in any
    particular direction; any direction of orbit is just as likely as another.
    Yet all the planets orbit the Sun in a narrow elliptic region of the slow
    solar wind and none of the orbits exist in the fast solar wind toward the
    poles. All of the planets in our solar system rotate in the elliptic
    region that is 20 degrees on either side of the Sun's equator. (This
    elliptic region is also where the solar wind is substantially lower in
    speed than at any other latitude of the Sun). The chance that it is random
    that the planets all rotate the same way and in this same plane is one in
    30 billion.
  oThe underlying measurements for the mass and density of the planets are
    based on a single assumption that the equation for gravity is correct and
    the gravitational constant is universal. While all of the planetary
    gravities that have been measured should be correct, the masses and
    densities may be incorrect.
  oTypically, scientific theory is used to help explain observations. With
    so-called "missing mass" and other theories such as gravitational waves
    and the graviton, gravity theory is being defended in the absence of
    observation; these conditions have never been observed despite advances in
    science. More Than Gravity presumes that because "missing mass" theories
    are not supported by observations, the phenomena likely do not exist.

Gerhard Neumaier has devoted five decades to developing and proving his bold
idea while serving as president and CEO, and now chairman, of Ecology and
Environment, Inc. (E&E), a high technology, knowledge-based network company
(NASDAQ: EEI). Kevin Neumaier, E&E president and CEO, and member of Mensa and
the Triple Nine Society (IQ at or above 99.9th percentile), brings a natural
science perspective to the research and co-authored the paper after all his
attempts to prove it wrong failed.

The current theory regarding gravity should be considered incomplete. Using
the research paper on, the More than Gravity team is
inviting the broad scientific community to engage with each other to explore
the concept of solar winds as it relates to gravity.

To learn more, contribute or share the theory, join the dialogue at

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SOURCE Gerhard Neumaier & Kevin Neumaier

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