The Allais effect

THE G-THEORY EXPLANATION OF THE ALLAIS EFFECT

 

 

At the time of writing; even though the experimental results of study of the Allais phenomenon are still pending, it became of interest to note that one gravitational anomaly was recently observed by an oil exploration company in Saudi Arabia . This was recorded as a sudden and significant decrease in gravity as measured by a gravimeter during a solar eclipse. However this has remained largely unsubstantiated by other gravimeter experiments yet specialty pendulum experiments yield fairly consistent and positive results which experimentally violate accepted limits on Majorana shielding.

If it were allowable by their theories, both Newton's and Einstein's offerings would have predicted that the gravimeter should have actually measured an increase and definitely not a decrease or tilt, and which would by all accounts follow the normal tidal gravitational curve by the causing of an extra high tide. The gravimeter in question had actually been 'tide corrected' and should not have shown the very noticeable extra dip in the now corrected and steady flat line.

This is because gravity is not thought to be generated by the sun under any circumstances so (apart from the impossibility of any Majorana shielding) the moon should not be capable of blocking even a gravity 'pull' let alone the 'push' (dip) that was observed! In any case if the gravity is being blocked by the moon at the moment of the observed eclipse then logic suspects that sunlight must be carrying the gravity or gravity is traveling at 'c' and in light of all the data we are now faced with a stupendous dilemma which some will shrug off and simply cast doubts on the experimental results. However doing that pompously assumes the position of currently possessing a true model of gravity that like intractable 'flat earthers' can't be influenced by little things called facts!

What is really troubling about all the scientific analysis of this effect that I have witnessed is that the scientists actually treat the 'apparent' solar position as being the same as the gravitational position during the eclipse? This of course assumes that they are either lax or they consider that gravity travels at the same speed as light and also that it emanates from the sun. Both of these conclusions have been dismissed by science and the former in particular by van Flandern.

However if we question the model and become a fool for five minutes we might avoid the ignominy of remaining a fool for ever. So this phenomenon (most likely connected to the Allais effect) is a significant dilemma for contemporary science. Not only was the decrease a sudden dip which contradicts the gradual theoretical increase that is normally expected but it was a short but definite decrease at around the middle of the duration time of the eclipse.

This correlates with the timing observed in pendulum experiments except that in those cases we see a gradual 'tilt' in the verticality of the anomaly during the eclipse and this is excruciatingly profound when viewed in the light of G-theory.

When I first began to study this phenomenon I became a little alarmed but not deterred. As well as threatening relativity the Allais effect seemed to even threaten the credibility of G-theory However being somewhat comforted by the many model fitting phenomena I had already analyzed I forged intrepidly ahead and I now feel absolved because the following assertation is probably the most stupendous support for G-theory that I have come across to date.

After much consideration of the facts and data I have reached the conclusion that not one of the current theories of gravity is able to explain gravitational anisotropy*. Relativity cannot allow this for any reason. Anisotropy does exist because of the apparent solar position but that has been taken into account by our clocks and it is stable and reflected on the dark side of the earth with only around 0.12% variation in the diurnal gravitational force.

*Shift from the vertical angle. This is not referring to cosmic ray diurnal anisotropy o light speed anisotropy but any deviation from the supposed verticality of the gravitational metric from any given point on earth.

 

G-theory breaks up the components of solar gravity into two; one of which provides so called gravitational waves (which is another subject). It is this duality of gravitational forces which allows for solar eclipse gravitational anisotropy to be observed in violation of relativity.

The apparent solar gravitational center (AGC) is a couple of parsecs east of the solar geocenter. Light from the sun also creates gravity to a much lesser extent during its travel away from the sun to any given point in its sphere of influence, specifically earth. The extra gravity is fairly even but proportional to solar light fluctuations which gives rise to gravity waves being embedded in the overall solar gravity field. Such gravity waves should exhibit phase anisotropy from the true vertical.

All that aside, here is the proposed reason: As well as the AGC which is caused by gravitons transiting the sun at speeds in the order of 1e17 times 'c' and (being decelerated and slightly perturbed by the rotation of the sun) exit-ing at round 1e10 times 'c' (per Van Flandern). Solar light photon transitions generate gravitons which are vectored from the angle of transition by the previously described method and they travel almost radially outward from the light collisions at around 1e17 times 'c' so they are many orders of magnitude more forceful but their lower density is vastly disproportional.

However they do have an affect and anisotropy is amplified to shift the AGC further east towards the apparent visual solar center (AVC) caused by astronomical aberration which results in them almost appearing to be the same and constant point in space. The flux strength of the photonically generated gravity falls by modified inverse square law with distance from the sun. Now we must understand that the light which is creating the gravity which is effective on earth is traveling outwardly but it is being created according to a conceivable angular shift from the solar geocenter towards the AVC relative to the earth as the gravity is being created further and further away from the sun until we notice that the gravitons being created as the light nears earth appear to be being created from the AVC itself but that would be a specious conclusion.

Without any shadowing object in the way we observe the combination of these two gravitational phenomena as the actual gravity we observe where high noon almost relates to the vertical overhead position. In affect the photonic gravity ameliorates the otherwise expected anisotropy away from the optical azimuth towards the gravitational azimuth. This will also have the affect of slightly increasing the overall gravity experienced by an object on the earth which results in vector summed 'g'.

During a solar eclipse the shadow of the moon causes a lessening of the solar light and a consequent cessation of photonic gravity creation between the moon and the earth because of the column of darkness now existing in the light streaming vertically from the apparent solar optical position.

We should be able to predict what will happen first once the column of darkness begins to move over our Foucault pendulum on the earth's surface. Compared to the gravitational force from the SGC the photonically generated gravity is approaching at an ever increasing angle shifting towards AVC as it approaches earth. This means that as that gravity component shifts the overall vector summed gravity loses that angular gravity component during the eclipse and the result is (although very small) a prominent and measurable anisotropy from the vertical.

This is followed by an actual dip in the gravitational tidal force at the very center of the shadow which is caused by the cone of gravitational affect of the shadow. A gravimeter not positioned exactly at the center of the eclipse may indicate either nothing or other gravitational affect curves. It should never be able to measure any angular shift from verticality. This also means that the anisotropy will gradually decrease but peak during the first phase of the eclipse towards the 'center of contact' and exhibit a less prominent anisotropic affect during the last phase. This decrease is due to the reduction in the gravitational affect by inverse square law with angular distance from the solar geocenter. Effects should begin before and after the eclipse because the sun is not a point source and the tilted gravity field is actually an elongated arc relative to the earth and subject to variability (waves).

Any expected change in gravity during the exact 'gravitational center' eclipse several minutes earlier will show no gravitational anomaly because the Majorana shielding of non solar-photon-generated gravity is extremely small to almost non existent and is unable to cause any anisotropy. The reason for the Allais effect is not from gravity shielding but from an anisotropic gravity defect caused by angled graviton-generating-light shielding relative to the apparent gravitational center.

One might expect that twenty arc seconds is too small an angle to cause such an affect. What is to be noted here is the sensitivity of the measuring devices and the extremely low value of the measured tilt. A plumb bob would show nothing. Even an ordinary clock type pendulum wouldn't exhibit any aberration in motion; or perhaps some almost imperceptible change that could be explained away by supposed changes in the Coriolis force etc.

Allais affects are expected to be variable because of differences in positional affects caused by the solar system n-body problem as well as the lunar ascension/declination, annual and cyclic solar positional variations and barycentric/geo-gravity differences.

 

 

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Some have offered an earth based solution and have proposed distortions in the earth's barycenter as being the cause. However novel that approach may be it would still result in an even change in the tidal force and wouldn't result in anisotropy.

The shimmering light bars that are often observed are likely to only be explainable as fringe shift affects caused by variations in 'c' (for any reason)*, with the shimmering being due to atmospheric lensing affects. It would be very interesting to see the results of an experiment carried out on the 'night' side of the earth.

*I have proposed in the previous section that light from the sun travels at different ENERGIES. The moon acts a little like a single sided slit and the darkened atmosphere also allows the interference pattern between conflicting frequencies now at different speeds (see note) travelling almost in parallel to become observable. This effectively destroys S-rel but the proponents will simply whitewash one more of a multitude of signs pointing at relativity boldly painted with the word absurd. A single slit experiment on earth is inconclusive because annoying colors are involved. This may be related to the 'Specter of Brocken' effect.

Note should also be taken of the proposal in G-theory that reflected light travels at different motion relative reference frame proportional speeds (anisotropy) than the incident light. That alone can cause the observed fringe shift which is supportive of the postulation which simultaneously destroys S-rel.

 

I mentioned earlier that graviton emission from photons was likely to be at the vector summated angles of the eigenstates of the respective motion of the photons so involved. If it was to simply be a random phenomenon then the sun and stars inclusively would create so many gravitons aimed back at themselves it would create a positive feedback 'energy' loop which could in theory cause them all to become supernovas.