Volume 18: Pages 396-402, 2005
Analytic Description of Cosmic Phenomena Using the Heaviside Field
T. De Mees
Leeuwerikenlei 23, B‐2650 Edegem, Belgium
The Maxwell analogue equations (MAE) for gravitational dynamics, as first proposed by Heaviside [O. Heaviside, The Electrician 31, 281 (1893)], are applied to fast rotating stars. We define the absolute local velocity (ALV) for objects moving in a gravitational field, and we apply the MAE and the Lorentz force (LF) law (LFL) to planetary orbits, galaxies with a spinning center, and spinning stars. The result is that the MAE and the LFL allow us to explain perfectly and very simply the formation of disc galaxies and the constant speed of the stars of the disk. They explain the origin of the symmetric shape of some supernova remnants and find the supernova's explosion angle at 0° and global compression not above 35°16′. They define the dynamics of fast‐spinning stars that never explode — despite their high rotation velocity — in relation to the Schwarzschild radius. They finally describe binary pulsars, collapsing stars, and chaos. No other assumptions are necessary for obtaining such results.
Keywords: gravitation, rotary star, disc galaxy, repulsion, relativity, gyrotation, chaos, analytical methods
Received: October 13, 2004; Published online: December 15, 2008