Diffusion Gravity: Perihelion Precessions as Indicators of Galactic Gravitational Influence

Authors: DH Fulton

Diffusion Gravity theory has shown in previous works that the constant velocity profiles of galaxies may be a direct result of equipotential “locking” of stars to the zero-potential balance point between the star and its parent galaxy. This hypothesis was incorporated into the Diffusion Gravity model in a previous paper [9] along with the integral mechanism of gravitational attraction to explain those constant velocity profiles that are otherwise attributed to “dark matter”. In this current research report, DG postulates other effects between the Sun-Mercury pair and the Milky Way Galaxy (MWG), and compares them with Mercury precession models from numerous other researchers, some or all of which can account for the precession advance of the perihelion of Mercury. In particular, the acceleration-torque effect of the MWG should also advance precession of the perihelion, thus contributing and adding to the total calculated by mass-ring models to arrive at the measured total precession advance of the perihelion of Mercury of 575.31 arcseconds per century .

Comments: 14 Pages. Continued Research on Diffusion Gravity, 5th of 5 papers

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