Monday, October 2, 2006

Mordehai Migrowm tries to modify Newton's laws of motion

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August ,2006

"Garvity's Gadfly"

by Adam Frank

Moerdehai Milgrom sets out to Modify Newton's Laws

Milgrom is a Professor of Condensed Matter Physic at the Weizmen Institute in Israel.

He theoriszes tht there is dark matter in the universe.

He expected stars at the center of a galatic circle of orbit to go faster than stars at the outside of the circle  and that panned out according to Newton's Law. However, the

In checking Newton's Law with the solar system, he found it applies, but in checking it with the galaxies , it did not.  Rotational curves for stars do not fall ; they flatten.Also, the middles and the outside stars orbit at the same speed.

Migrowm found it necessary to modify Newton's Law by adding a new constatn (a to the zero power) and Newton's formula, F=ma is transformed to F=ma(squared)/(a to the zero power).the new constant can take one froma restinng place to the speed of light!


When he used this new equation , the flatness of the outer distances was predictable.

What do you think ? The article btw is interesting because you follow the working path of a scinetist and you realise how much knwoledge we are still constructing as people about the nature of the galaxy.




rebuketheworld said...

I read and studied a little on this. SO many experts have different opinions. I think he is probably more right. Interesting stuff for sure. -Raven

wfhbear said...

I have no idea at all. I can not think in abstract like this. I suspect that he is probably right, though. Everything we create is expanded upon by others as time goes on. It is just time for man to move past Einstien's theories. Regards, Bill.

lifesabench6 said...

I'll be the first to admit my limited understanding of things like gravity and space and physics.  All I know is that looking at space through a telescope is amazing, and that everything works in it's own orderly way- although I don't know how.  It's one of those things that's too big for my understnading.  I remember I read about black holes a few years ago- all the talk about matter, and how much it wieghs and stuff was way over my head, even though it's interesting to think about such things!  One of the many questions I'll ask God about someday!  Carolyn

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sugar1337 said...

I see you are interested in science history lessons lately.  :)