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Elements of the Iasoberg Model

The model proposes that the respective Solar and Galactic gravitational field distortions are contained in disk shaped envelopes which are focused at the barycenter of the Earth-Moon System. More particularly, three envelopes have the form of a hollow discus, where the plane of symmetry that intersects the outer edge of the discus is slightly curved to coincide with surface of a large sphere (see Figures 1A and 1B). A property of these envelopes is that the envelope is symmetrical about the axis through the center of the discus. For the purposes of this paper, the radius taken from the axis to the edge of the envelope does not need to be defined; however, it is assumed that both Solar and Galactic envelopes intersect the Earth's surface during their motion.

Nature and Location of Field and Focus

Points of Distortions

The hypothesis further proposes that the G ravitational F ield S urfaces of P otentials ( GFSP s) falling within the envelopes shown at the focus points (the barycenter, anti-barycenter and center of the Earth) are distorted toward these points. The greatest distortions of the GFSPs occur near the focus points along the envelope’s axis which intersects the points and the center of mass of the Galaxy or Sun. As a result of the distorted GFSPs in the envelopes, it can be assumed that the associated orthogonal gravitational force vectors of the Galaxy or Sun within the respective envelopes are distorted accordingly (see Figure 2 above).

Basics of the

Cross Section of Distortion Envelopes for Sun and Galaxy Cross Section of a typical Distorion Envelope for Sun/Galaxy Cross Section of Distortion Envelope at the Barycenter
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GFSPs In Depth Discussion of Iasoberg Model
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The Basics:

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Elements of the Iasoberg Model

The model proposes that the respective Solar and Galactic gravitational field distortions are contained in disk shaped envelopes which are focused at the barycenter of the Earth-Moon System. More particularly, three envelopes have the form of a hollow discus, where the plane of symmetry that intersects the outer edge of the discus is slightly curved to coincide with surface of a large sphere (see Figures 1A and 1B). A property of these envelopes is that the envelope is symmetrical about the axis through the center of the discus. For the purposes of this paper, the radius taken from the axis to the edge of the envelope does not need to be defined; however, it is assumed that both Solar and Galactic envelopes intersect the Earth's surface during their motion.

Nature and Location of Field and Focus Points

of Distortions

The hypothesis further proposes that the G ravitational F ield S urfaces of P otentials ( GFSP s) falling within the envelopes shown at the focus points (the barycenter, anti-barycenter and center of the Earth) are distorted toward these points. The greatest distortions of the GFSPs occur near the focus points along the envelope’s axis which intersects the points and the center of mass of the Galaxy or Sun. As a result of the distorted GFSPs in the envelopes, it can be assumed that the associated orthogonal gravitational force vectors of the Galaxy or Sun within the respective envelopes are distorted accordingly (see Figure 2 below).

The Basics:

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Figure 1B