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Vortex and Kepler's Third Law

Authors: Hu Wang

Experiments reveal that for each part of the same vortex, the square of its periodic time is in a constant ratio to the cubic of its distance from the center, namely R3/T2 =K. The value of this constant is related to the scale of the vortex and larger vortex leads to larger K. This result is the same as Kepler's Third Law, so Descartes' Vortex Theory may be correct. Hopefully, the Vortex Theory of this French foreseer will gain new recognition and development.

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[v1] 2012-10-10 08:54:25

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