Discoveries in Natural Science {©}

Some of Keith Dixon-Roche's discoveries in natural science (physics), all of which are protected by international copyright laws © 2017 to 2020, are summarised below. All of the mathematical and logical evidence is published in his various books (see our 'Books' menu) for all to see and challenge.

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1) Isaac Newton's Gravitational Constant (G)

G = aₒ.c²/mN = 6.67359232004334E-11 {m³ / s².kg}
and his force formula is:
F = G.m₁.m₂ / R²
However, due to the conservation of energy; magnetic (gravitational) force behaves like electro-magnetic energy, it does not diminish with distance, it is distributed over the spherical area at 'R', Newton's formula should therefore be:
F = G.m₁.m₂ / A
where; A = 4.π.R²
and his constant should be:
G = 4.π.aₒ.c²/mN = 8.38628344228057E-10 {m³ / s².kg}

2) Mass is Magnetic Charge

Mass is the collective non-polar magnetic charge (see 4) below) in all matter.

3) Gravity is Magnetism

Gravity is the attractive magnetic force between the magnetic charge (see 2) above) in two or more bodies.

4) Magnetic Charge (m)

Because electrical charge and magnetic charge are essential converses (see 6) below);
m = 1.60217648753E-19 ? (units to be established {the Gilbert})
Magnetic charge is present in all atomic particles (see 21) below), constant, accrued and travels from positive to negative.

5) Electrical Charge (e)

e = 1.60217648753E-19 C
Electrical charge is present in all atomic particles (see 21) below), constant (see 23) below), shared and travels from negative to positive.

6) Electrical Charge and Magnetic Charge are Essential Converses

Every electrical charge has an equal and opposite magnetic charge (see 21) below).

7) Spin Theory

The spin in all bodies (atomic and celestial) is generated by orbital kinetic and potential energy in force-centres and satellites:
E₂ = E₁ - E₀ - E₃
E₀ ; the satellite's angular energy due to its own orbit
E₁ ; the angular kinetic energy in its force-centre
E₂ ; total satellite angular energy
E₃ ; the curvilinear kinetic energy in its own sub-satellites

8) Core Pressure

The internal pressure in any mass is defined by the formula:
p = G.m₁.m₂ / A²
m₁ ; the mass inside 'r'
m₂ ; the mass outside 'r'
A ; the spherical area at 'r'
r ; the radius at which the internal pressure is defined

9) Galactic Force-Centres

Every satellite must have a force-centre (Isaac Newton). Therefore, every spiral galaxy must have a force-centre. Therefore, there is no need for dark matter.
Galactic force-centres are cold because they are not satellites (see 14) below); i.e. they cannot generate internal heat.
The Milky Way's galactic force-centre (Hades):
ρₐᵥₑ ≈ 5392 kg/m³
m = 1.76572 kg
r = 1.985E+12 m
ω = -5.578E-08 ᶜ/s (based upon a stellar population of 10bn)

10) Centrifugal Force in Elliptical Orbits (F)

α = √[⁴/₃.π]
κ = √[ (ƒ.Sin(½.θ)ᵅ + p.Cos(½.θ)ᵅ) / (ƒ.Cos(½.θ)ᵅ + p.Sin(½.θ)ᵅ) ]
v = κ.vₛ
F = m₂.v²/R
@ orbital perigee; F = Fₚ.ƒ/p = Fₚ / (1+e)
@ orbital apogee; F = Fₚ.p/ƒ = Fₚ . (1+e)
vₛ ; satellite orbital velocity
θ ; orbital angle of satellite from apogee
ƒ ; focus distance between satellite and perigee
p ; orbital half parameter
e ; orbital eccentricity
Fₚ ; potential (gravitational) force between a satellite and its force-centre

11) Station Keeping

Newton's constant of motion (h) is responsible for ensuring that a satellite attracted (by magnetism - see 3) above) by a neighbouring satellite will never leave its orbit; where g = a:
as a satellite is pulled away from its force-centre, g > a
as a satellite is pulled towards its force-centre, a > g
g ; gravitational acceleration
a ; centrifugal acceleration

12) Orbital Constant of Proportionality (K)

Isaac Newton: K = t²/a³
Keith Dixon-Roche: K = (2.π)² / G.m₁
t ; satellite orbital period
a ; half the orbital major axis
m₁ ; force-centre mass

13) Orbital Partnerships (Goodricke & Algol)

Once established, a force-centre/satellite partnership will continue (eternally), even in the event the satellite is destroyed (e.g. the Asteroid Belt), until (or unless) the satellite is forcibly removed.
A non-atomic force-centre can trap numerous satellites, but it will not share them.
A binary star system (both bright) cannot exist unless both stars have their own independent satellite populations (solar systems).
A proton will only attract and hold onto a single orbiting electron because both have a constant potential electrical charge of the same magnitude, and that orbital partnership shall continue eternally, even when fused within an atom, unless the electron is forcibly removed (by impact or potential energy {potential difference}).

14) Planetary [heat] Energy

Competing spin energies (see 7) above) generate internal heat in a satellite through friction between its core (potential energy) and its mantle (kinetic energy).
A satellite with sub-satellites will generate considerably more internal heat energy than a satellite with none.
A satellite with a large sub-satellite population will generate enough internal frictional heat to melt its crust; these are the most common planets in the universe; gas planets.
A force-centre that is not also a satellite can generate no internal heat energy; it will be cold.

15) Stellar [heat] Energy

A [bright] star's satellite population is sufficient to generate the internal frictional heat to achieve the neutronic temperature of (see 34) below) and thereby fissionable decay in its matter.
The by-product of fissionable decay is hydrogen and helium and the reason that stars have an 'H' & 'He' atmosphere that grows in size with age.

16) Celestial Magnetic Field

Magnetic fields only occur in orbiting force-centres (satellites with a sub-satellite population).
The magnetic field generated by a satellite is caused by the electro-magnetic charges in its mantle-elements orbiting the electro-magnetic charges in its core-elements.
The magnitude of a force-centre's magnetic field is proportional to the product of its own mass and that of its sub-satellite population.

17) The 'Big-Bang'

'Big-Bangs' occur because the accreted universal mass at the end of a universal period is sufficient to generate the core pressure necessary to overcome the coupling ratio (see 31) below) and thereby compromise a neutron, which will initiate an atomic chain reaction; releasing neutronic energy (see 22) below).

18) The Mass of the Universe

The mass of the universe is greater than that in 'The Great Attractor' (see 19) below);
m > 4.687E+48 kg

19) 'The Great Attractor'

'The Great Attractor' is the matter that re-accreted soon after the last 'Big-Bang' and is sufficient to slow-down all universal matter travelling away from the 'Big-Bang'.
After 'The Great Attractor' re-accretes sufficient universal mass to overcome the coupling ratio (see 31) below), the next 'Big-Bang' will occur and next universal period will follow.

20) The Age of the Universe

The entire universe comprises the same matter and has the same age as this [current] universal period.
The molecules that were responsible for initiating life, were created during previous universal periods.

21) Atomic Particles

The only particles required to make the universe work are the electron and the proton.
All electrons are identical and all protons are identical.
As a partner in a proton-electron pair (see 23) below), its additional magnetic charge allows a proton to increase its electrical charge by eꞌ = e.ξᵥ.√[Ṯ/Ṯₙ] (see 30) below).

22) The Properties of the Neutron

A neutron is a proton-electron pair that has united through high-temperature; which only occurs in stars.
Every neutron possesses: 1.63785606465701E-13 Joules of energy

23) The Proton-Electron Pair

A proton with an orbiting electron is the primary universal partnership.
The kinetic energy in the orbiting electron defines its temperature: KE = ½.mₑ.v²
The potential energy between the proton and its orbiting electron defines its ability to fuse (with other atoms): PE = 2.KE (see 29) below)
When the electron is orbiting at the speed of electro-magnetic energy;
PE = mₑ.c² (KE = ½.mₑ.c²) the proton and the electron will unite to become a neutron (see 22) above).
All atoms in the universe comprises collections of proton-electron pairs.

24) Atomic strength increases with increasing temperature

The potential energy between a nucleic proton and its orbiting electron increases with electron energy (see 23) above), decreasing electron shell (orbital) radii.

25) The Atom (how it works)

All elements are created (through fusion) only in the largest coldest universal bodies; galactic force-centres and 'The Great Attractor' (see 9) and 19) above)
The atom comprises a nucleus of protons and neutrons, orbited by their electron partners in circular shells.
Each electron shell contains two electrons. The outer-most electron shell may contain one or two electrons.
There are no shell valences in an atom.
The magnetic field energy generated by an atom's proton-electron pairs is constant and responsible for attracting adjacent atoms.
The electrical charge collected by a nucleic proton (that is part of a proton-electron pair) is variable (see 21) above) and responsible for repelling adjacent atoms.
The magnetic charge in an atom's neutrons, and the electrical charge in its protons, are responsible for the nucleic structure of an atom.

26) The State of Matter

Matter can be viscous (solid or liquid) and gaseous.
Viscous matter exists when the [attractive] magnetic field energy generated by proton-electron pairs in its atoms is greater than the [repulsive] electrical charge energy in its protons.
Gaseous matter exists when the [attractive] magnetic field energy generated by proton-electron pairs in its atoms is less than the [repulsive] electrical charge energy in its protons.
The nucleic structure of an atom (see 25) above) is responsible for creating the atomic lattice (crystal) structures in viscous and gaseous matter.

27) Light

Light is electro-magnetic energy and possesses no mass.

28) Light Deflection

The angle of deflection of electro-magnetic radiation, by a celestial body, is according to the following formula:
α = Atan(4.aₒ.V/R) {m.m³ / m.m³}
where:
G = aₒ.c²/mN {m³ / s².kg} (see 1) above)
V = m / mN {kg/m³}
m = mass of celestial body
mN = unit mass of ultimate density
aₒ = Rydberg radius
R = radius from the centre of the celestial mass to the electro-magnetic radiation

29) The Meaning of E=mc²

In circular orbits (e.g. atomic shells): potential energy between a force-centre and its satellite is twice the satellite's kinetic energy
PE = 2.KE = 2 . ½.m.v² = m.v²
At the speed of electro-magnetic energy (c); PE = m.c² (see 22) above)
This energy represents the maximum possible potential energy in nature.

30) The Physical Constants

There are only four physical constants:
e ; electrical charge of an electron (1.60217648753E-19 C)
m ; mass of an electron (9.1093897E-31 kg); should be magnetic charge (1.60217648753E-19 G (see 4) above))
Rₙ ; neutronic radius; the orbital radius of an electron when orbiting at 'c'
tₙ ; neutronic period; the orbital period of an electron when orbiting at 'c'
Two ratios:
Static ; ξₘ = mₚ/mₑ
Dynamic ; ξᵥ = c/vₒ
And:
Σ = 3E-91 m⁶

31) The Coupling Ratio (φ)

The ratio of; repulsive force due to electrical charge : attractive force due to magnetic charge:
φ = [ G.m₁.m₂ / R² ] / [ k.q₁.q₂ / R² ]
In the atom (where this ratio applies):
φ = [ G.mₑ.mₚ ] / [ k.e² ] = 4.40742111792334E-40
This ratio defines the reasoning behind gravity being the "weak force"
But because electrical charge is shared and magnetic charge is accrued (see 4) & 5) above), gravitational force between celestial bodies is enormous and electrical force is negligible

32) Magnetic North (formula)

The difference between true and magnetic North is calculated as follows:
β = sign(ω/ωₘ) . ½.√[ |Asin(ω/ωₘ)| ]
ω ; angular velocity of the core
ωₘ ; angular velocity of the mantle

33) Neutronic Radius (Rₙ)

The orbital radius of an electron when it reaches the velocity of electro-magnetic radiation (c)
Rₙ = G.mₚ / φ.c² = 2.81793795383896E-15 m

34) Neutronic Temperature (Ṯₙ)

The temperature of a proton-electron pair when the electron reaches the velocity of electro-magnetic radiation (c) and the highest possible temperature that can be generated in nature.
Ṯₙ = mₑ.c² / kB.Y = 623316124.717178 K

The creation of a neutron

35) Neutrons and the Static Ratio (ξm)

The static ratio is the difference between the mass of a proton and that of an electron.
This ratio ensures that a proton-electron pair unite when the orbiting electron exceeds the speed of electro-magnetic energy (c).
At which point, the magnetic field energy generated between the electron and its proton exceeds the potential (centrifugal, electrical & Newtonian) energy in the electron.
The potential force relationship between the proton and its orbiting electron can be described as follows:
At orbital radii greater than the neutronic radius (Rn), the balancing potential forces of an orbiting electron are as follows:
FG = FE = Fc > Fm
At the neutronic radius (Rn), the balancing potential forces of an orbiting electron are as follows:
FG = FE = Fc = Fm
At orbital radii less than the neutronic radius (Rn), the balancing potential forces of an orbiting electron are as follows:
FG = FE = Fc < Fm
Where the forces are calculated as follows:
Potential: FG = -G.me.mp / φ.R² {m³ / kg.s² . kg² / m² = kg.m/s² = N}
Electrical: FE = -k.e² / R² {kg.m³ / C².s² . C²/m² = kg.m/s² = N}
Centrifugal: Fc = me.v² / R {kg.m²/s² / m = kg.m/s² = N}
Magnetic: Fm = μ.g.e² / R {kg.m/C² . m/s² . C²/m = kg.m/s² = N}
     = me.c².Rn² / R³ {kg.m²/s² . m²/m³ = kg.m/s² = N}
and:
g = -G.mp / R².φ {m³ / kg.s² . kg / m² = m/s²}
μ = Rn.me/e² = 1E-07 {kg.m / C²}

36) Temperature (T)

The temperature we measure in matter is the kinetic energy in the electrons orbiting in an atom's innermost electron shells
Ṯ = X.v² (see 38) below)

37) Heat

The heat in matter is the sum of all the kinetic energy in all the orbiting electrons throughout the matter.

38) New & Revised Constants

Temperature Coefficient: Y = ³√[½.ξᵥ] = 9.51345439232503
Electron velocity factor: X = mₑ / kB.Y = 6.9353271647894E-09 K.s²/m²
Electron orbital factor: XR = Rₙ.mₑ.c² / kB.Y = 1.75646616508035E-06 K.m
KEₙ = ½.mₑ.c² {J}
PEₙ = 2.KEₙ {J}
eₙ = e.ξᵥ {C}
R = 1 / aₒ.ξᵥ {/m}
Rγ = Rₐ/aₒ . ½.mₑ.c² {J}
k = μ.c² {J.m/C²}
μ = Rₙ.mₑ/e² = 1E-07 {kg.m/C²}
εₒ = 1 / μₒ.c² {C² / J.m}
hꞌ = Rₙ.KEₙ {J.m}

39) The elimination of:

The following have been proven mathematically and logically:
photons do not exist because it is impossible for electrons to travel at 'c'
black-holes are simply black bodies that generate no internal heat through friction and can be any size - they are cold because they are not satellites
mass does not change to energy with velocity; E=mc² refers to potential energy, not kinetic energy
event horizons are based upon a misunderstanding of light - it is actually astro-lensing, which is based upon Newton's gravitational constant (see 28) above)
fusion energy is only possible in galactic force-centres and the ultimate body, where atoms are cold and core-pressure is sufficient to overcome the potential energy in proton-electron pairs

The following have not only been shown incorrect, they have also become unnecessary because Isaac Newton's theories have been successfully applied to all of nature under any and all conditions:
Relativity
Quantum Theory
Dark Matter
String-Theory
Sub-Atomic Particles
Uncertainty
Anti-Matter
Unification Theory

Further Reading

You will find further reading on this subject in reference publications(68, 69, 70, 71, 72 & 73)