Detection of Solar Gravity
( 12-22-1986 )
(1) The sun is gravitationally detectable due to:
a. A net out flux of rhysmons (GW fields) due to the sustaining pressure forces holding up the sun’s gaseous body.
b. The dense core causes a gravitational ‘shadow’ effect which reduces the amount of a g-field flux received by an observer who is in line with the core.
c. The above effect is repeatable on a twice daily basis; when the sun is in the observer’s meridian.