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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). 

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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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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