On Newtonian Dynamics with a Variable Earth Mass: Geodetic Evidence and Its Implications on Pioneer Spacecraft Anomaly and Lageos Satellite

Authors: Victor Christianto, Florentin Smarandache

The Earth expansion problem has attracted great interest, and recent study gives geodetic evidence that the Earth has been expanding, at least over the recent several decades. In the meantime, Jayant Narlikar & Halton Arp have argued on possible variable mass hypothesis cosmology (VMH). Therefore, in the present article discusses some interesting effects related to varying G, but here we argue that instead of varying G we can think of varying mass (M). Among other things we discuss receding planets from the Sun, calculation of Pioneer spacecraft anomaly as proposed by B.G. Sidharth, and also possible slight change in LAGEOS Satellite. Further observation to verify or refute this conjecture is recommended, especially based on geological evidence of expanding earth.

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