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Toward a Common Ground for Gravity and Optics

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Abstract: A long enough period of observation of the Sun’sgravitational dragging effects by using a modified Cavendish’s balance outputof experimental evidence shows new patterns. Thosepatterns can be explained assuming that the Sun has a torus with rotation,precession, and nutation. This purpose of this paper is to introduce the frequencies of all thosemovements. The torus’s rotational period can be used to explain the Sun’s magnetic pole reversal. Utilizing amodified Cavendish’s balance showed an output ofdragging forces stronger than the attractionbetween the gravitational masses. This tool afforded this research a newexperimental possibility to a more precise determination of the UniversalGravitational Constant Big G. Moreover, the dragging forces directly affect any volume of mass, which includes the atmosphere. This paper shows acorrelation between the Sun’s dragging peaks and density of the air squared.The aforementioned correlation and the inverse cubic relation with the distanceto the Sun are common for the dragging and tide forces providing the possibility that tidalforces are also a gravitational dragging consequence. The last 2017 total Solar eclipse created a newtemporal reaction on the modified Cavendish’s balance. That temporal patternlooks as the spatial pattern created by an opaque disk. This similarity allowsthe researcher to calculate that the dragging forces are transmitted by photonswith spatial periodicity of value λ =6.1 km.

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