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    2018-Jan-13, 11:58 AM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    Thanks for the explanation. However, in the article it is stated clearly: "If you are slightly above the disk you feel an overall pull down, toward...
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    2018-Jan-13, 04:53 AM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    Wow, Sorry that I have missed you great explanation. So, "Our solar system is comfortably embedded inside the disc, even at the peaks & troughs...
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    2018-Jan-12, 04:29 PM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    Now, Just consider an option that each star orbits around its unique center of mass. Don't you think that there is a perfect match to what we...
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    2018-Jan-12, 03:52 PM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    What was the question please? Thanks for your message. It was a typo Error. My intention was galactic disc and not Galactic Center. Ok
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    2018-Jan-12, 07:44 AM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    If we claim that the Sun goes up and down with reference to the galactic disc due to the gravity, than it must be vertical to the disc (exactly at...
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    2018-Jan-12, 07:01 AM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    So why we don't offer a correction? Please also see the following one: https://www.quora.com/Why-do-we-see-the-Milky-Way-vertically "This...
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    2018-Jan-12, 06:03 AM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    OK I accept your message with regards to the oscillation in the gravity. However, would you kindly answer the contradictions between the...
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    2018-Jan-12, 05:19 AM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    O.K. Let's focus on conservation of energy. In our real life the conservation of energy is never 100%. There is always some minor change. In the...
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    2018-Jan-12, 04:30 AM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    Yes, Sure. Fully agree. The answer is simple: In real kepler and Newton law there is no change in gravity power during the orbital path of...
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    2018-Jan-12, 04:08 AM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    Thanks for this answer. It is a proof that you agree that there are contradictions between the diagram and the theory. (Otherwise, you won't offer...
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    2018-Jan-11, 04:38 PM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    Thanks again for your explanation. My feedback is as follow: A. "Place an object in the geometrical centre of this disc. The object is...
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    2018-Jan-10, 08:49 PM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    I have found a very interesting article ...
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    2018-Jan-10, 08:34 PM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    Thanks for the questions. However, the following one is THE most important (as I see it). There is no Zig zag orbiting by Newton or Kepler. ...
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    2018-Jan-10, 06:52 PM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    Motion of Earth and Sun around the Milky Way Please look at the following diagram: ...
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    2018-Jan-10, 05:00 AM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    Yes, I fully agree with you. However, You have failed to show a Zig Zag orbiting path in three dimensions by only one orbital Cycle. I...
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    2018-Jan-09, 09:12 PM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    Sure However, the elliptic orbital cycle of each planet is in two dimension. "The inclination is one of the six orbital elements describing the...
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    2018-Jan-09, 08:59 PM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    This example is a very special case for satellite around the Earth. (Not Earth/Moon or Earth/Sun orbital Path) Never the less, it is stated: "The...
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    2018-Jan-09, 08:00 PM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    Thanks But that isn't an indication for any orbital of Moon, planet or star in three dimensions.
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    2018-Jan-09, 07:28 PM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    What do you mean please?
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    2018-Jan-09, 07:03 PM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    Yes, that is fully correct. Sorry. This is a severe violation of basic science! There is no way to set an orbital in three dimensions. There...
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    2018-Jan-09, 06:15 PM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    Thanks That is perfectly clear.
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    2018-Jan-09, 11:36 AM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    Fully agree The Sun revolve around its Center of mass. You can call it privary point. you can call it the Sum of all the vectors form the...
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    2018-Jan-09, 11:23 AM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    Well, if I understand it correctly: The moon and the Earth are revolving around their common center of mass. Due to the difference in the total...
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    2018-Jan-09, 11:12 AM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    Why? It is absolutely Identical Sine wave. As I have stated, the only difference is in the amplitude and the rotation phase. Based on the...
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    2018-Jan-09, 05:08 AM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    Sorry. There is no difference in the rolls between moon, planet or Star in the galaxy. There is no VIP in the system. If you want to be part of...
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    2018-Jan-08, 03:21 PM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    As I have explained, there are only two stady state cases for Gravity. The first one is orbital, the second is direct contact. With regards to...
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    2018-Jan-08, 01:40 PM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    I'm not sure that I fully understand your question. The Sun orbits around its Trojan point. The Trojan point is located at the galactic plane....
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    2018-Jan-08, 12:40 PM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    There is no free lunch in the galaxy. If you wish to stay in the galaxy, you have only two options: 1. Orbit around other object (or Torjan...
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    2018-Jan-08, 12:24 PM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    You have to understand how gravity really works. So, let me explain: There are only two steady states cases for gravity. 1. Orbital motion -...
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    2018-Jan-08, 11:58 AM
    Dave Lee replied to a thread Trojan in Against the Mainstream
    Any orbital cycle set a sinusoidal wave. Please look at the following: https://www.quora.com/What-are-sinusoidal-waves "If you mark one...
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