Ilyas Elbadaoui

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  1. Ilyas Elbadaoui

    The Problem With Centripetal Force

    The entire galaxy is held together by the gravity of Sagittarius A*. The sun is orbiting it.
  2. Ilyas Elbadaoui

    The Problem With Centripetal Force

    I’m not talking about tidal force, I’m talking about how if the sun is orbiting Sagitarius A* then the Earth is moving in a motion that implies that objects on Earth should be being forced onto the planet further, much like how you might be pulled back if when you’re inside a car if it abruptly starts going fast. But it should be different depending on where the object is positioned on the planet, in the direction the Earth is moving (Where dusk is being experienced) and in the direction the Earth is moving away from (Where dawn is currently being experienced). Also, by rotational velocity I mean the speed at which the Earth spins. And by weight I am talking about the difference in the intensity in which an object is being pulled towards the Earth when it is in the direction that the Earth is moving to when it is on the opposite side. It’s divided by rotational velocity because the spinning keeps the object on the Earth due to inertia, like how a motorcycle can drive across the a ceiling, defying gravity, if it’s moving fast enough.
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    The Problem With Centripetal Force

    Difference = Centripetal Force Divided by Rotational Velocity. Also, there is a super-massive black hole at the centre of the Milky Way Galaxy in which the stars orbit. Sagittarius A*. I wound up with the answer of 0.00013 lb difference between the side of the Earth that is currently experiencing dawn to the side experiencing dusk.
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    The Problem With Centripetal Force

    If the Earth is in fact orbiting the Sun and hurtling around a super-massive black hole, then wouldn't centripetal force be at work thus creating a slightly more intense pull towards one side of the Earth and vice versa for the other side. I came up with an equation for this and it seems to make complete sense due to how the weight (not to be confused with mass) of an object seems to change depending on the proximity to its planet's equator. Centripetal Force divided by the rotational velocity of the object determines the difference in weight of objects on either side of the object if the object is moving. Could this be possible?