Mass is not key to Gravity

NASA Chart Used in this Analysis


While mainstream science insists Newton and Einstein are right, in regards to Mass is the key to Gravity, the fact is many great minds such as Tesla believed Gravity is not what Newton or Einstein thought.

Both Newton and Einstein are easily disproved by a simple look at how gravity works on the moon and other planets within our Solar System.

The Moon is roughly a quarter of the size of earth, yet due to how three dimensional objects weigh, the moon is only 1.6% of the mass or weight of Earth.

If one were to look at the weight of solid steel balls on earth we see the same ratio, a 1/8″ Steel Ball weighs .13 Grams while a 1/2″ Steel Ball weighs 8.1 Grams.  This is the same ratio science claims is the mass ratio of the moon to earth that being 1.6%.

So is the moon’s surface gravity only 1.6% that of earth. Would a 100 Pound object on earth weigh only 1.6 pounds?

NO, mass has nothing to do with gravity as Tesla stated since the Moon has approximately 16% not 1.6% of the gravity of Earth. A 100 pound object on the moon is 16 pounds not 1.6 pounds.

The fact is the moon is 60% of the gravity of it’s ratio of size relative to earth. The moon is 27% the size or diameter of the earth. 60% of that ratio is the gravitational force. So size ratios not mass ratios are closer to what really creates gravitational force on the surface of objects in space.

Mars is 53% of the size or diameter of Earth, it’s mass is approximately 10% of the Earth. So is Mars surface gravity related to mass, is it only 10% of Earth as its mass ratio is? NO. Mars is approximately 38% of the surface gravity of earth despite only being 10% of its mass ratio. Mars gravity is 71% of its size ratio to earth as other solid planets appear to be. A 100 pound object on Mars weighs only 38 pounds compared to earth.

Mercury follows the same pattern, the size ratio of Mercury is approximately 38% of earth and it’s gravity force ratio is a match of approximately 38% of earth or the same as Mars.

The closest planet in size to earth is Venus it is 95% the size of earth. Venus has 81% the mass of earth. The gravitational force on the surface of Venus is 91% of earth which is far closer to it’s size ratio of 95% instead of it’s mass ratio of 81%.

So why do size ratios show a closer relationship to the surface gravity ratios of planets and not the mass ratios?

Theory E says gravity is like Tesla theorized related to a type of EM (Electromagnetic) force, so the surface ratio of planets and moons to it’s center where a magnetic core is located is what creates the gravitational force on objects surfaces that have orbits. The size of cores vary so that is why surface gravity varies and also planets and moons have different densities due to being made up of different materials.

The reason both Mars and the Moon have weaker gravity ratios than other solid planets due to earth in regards to size, is both the Moon and Mars have dead cores. So at one time these objects had volcanoes and plate tectonics, the cores no longer are active and this has weakened the gravitational force active core solid planets have.  When a solid planets core is active such as it is on Earth, Mercury and Venus, then we see gravitational force ratios that align very closely to size ratios.

Dead cores that no longer spin and create volcanism create a loss of around 50% of what the surface gravity should be if the core is active.

A planet or moon needs an active core to hold an atmosphere and while Mars holds roughly 5% of it’s original atmosphere once held in place by an active core creating the original Martian Ionosphere, today there is only a 5% left over atmosphere on Mars and it appears to not be generated from it’s dead core but surface anomalies that suggest possible intelligent life created surface generators to put a 5% atmosphere around Mars. If it is not from generators then an unknown natural surface anomaly is what generates the tiny Martian atmosphere that now exists on Mars.