Responses to feedback on recent work.

Frank Pio Russo - September 28, 2015.

Response no.1

Joining the flat earth society: no I haven’t considered it … but everybody used to say that to vinyl/records enthusiasts and yet they don’t say that anymore!!

Current thinking says that things can only get so small and then the laws of physics break down… I say they don’t break down but it’s just that physiological time speeds up! Anyway it’s not that big a deal to say that the earth could be near the center of this universe… there’s an infinity of other universes where presumably it’s not… it mightn’t even exist there! Look the smaller things get, the more space becomes available to them… for example neutrinos can go straight through the earth without bumping into anything! ‘ Zero’ doesn’t really exist!

 Regards: Frank Russo.

Response no.2

Hi to you all:

look some of you might have similar concerns to the feedback I received, i.e. why don’t electrons slow down eventually and what gives them their incredible rotational energy?

“Look I always had similar concerns to you. I had to abandon my 9 year old view as I grew up, because of the great difference between the speed of electrons and that of planets. But then in the past couple of decades or so, I resurrected it because I measured the absolute speed of the earth as 53,198,115.45 m/sec as opposed to the normal relative speed that we have always known about i.e. 29.8 km/sec, (I forget the exact figure). Also in 1988 when I theorized these speeds before looking for them, I envisaged it all as gravity… in other words, the electrostatic  force between the electrons and the nucleus is none other than gravity: only 10 to the 40 times stronger, because the physiological meter is much smaller !

So you see, if you put yourself as alive and deep within one of those atoms, at the same ratio of us to our universe: then the 2000 km/sec that you quoted becomes  (2000 times 10 to the 40  km), a truly amazing speed… but you’ve got to remember that one of our seconds is equal (10 to the 40) seconds to such a small person! Hence a ‘true’ relativity! The electron doesn’t actually slow down because, being under gravity, it obeys Kepler’s laws: especially the one about the areas: thus affecting the orbital speed… once you accept that everything has mass, then gravity automatically follows from that, keeping everything in motion!

 I can refer you to my gravity paper which explains this: 068 The truth about Gravity: unmasking the mystery! Investigator Magazine; September 1995; pp42-47. ISSN 1032-4704; Frank Russo

Please get back to me if I can be of any further help.”

P.S. - I've also received many other positive messages from members of the Astronomical Society!