- Conference date: 24–26 February 2009
- Location: Huntsville (Alabama)
Analogies of the various physical phenomena for a long time are contributed to their understanding and progress of physical science. The basis of modern theories of gravitation is the equivalence principle, experimentally confirmed in experiments with slowly moving bodies. However, the physical situation changes in case of big accelerations of the bodies caused by external non‐gravitational forces. Similarly to Lenz’s rule, the force of gravitation changes proportionally to value of external force. Thus the sign of increment is opposite to sign and the values of increments depend on orientation of vectors and A consequence of it, for example, is the dependence of weight of a rotor of a mechanical gyroscope with a horizontal axis on angular speed of rotation, and also the temperature dependence of weight of bodies according to analysis of thermal movement of micro‐particles. The gravitational analogy of Lenz’s rule, on the basis of a Mach’ principle, naturally explains proportionality of inertial and gravitational mass. The laboratory experiments confirming the above‐stated ideas are briefly considered. Some astrophysical consequences of temperature dependence of force of the gravitation, agreed with observations are given. Opportunities of creation of new principles of propulsion by using the gravitational analogue of Lenz’s rule are considered.
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