2014-03-13 07:25:36 - Author Dimiter Bayramov’s continuing research in the flow nature of matter and gravity shows that the distance to the closest cosmic stars is not many light years, as currently believed, but much closer - in the range of 700-800 billion miles.
Bayramov’s research shows that propagating star-light is substantially deflected by the gravitational-flow. The substantial star-light deflection causes very small visible stellar parallax (visible star position deflection as Earth orbits the Sun). When not accounting for the substantial star-light curvature, using straight-line parallax calculation, main-stream science projects the closest stars to be many light years away, e.g. the closest known star - Proxima Centauri is projected to be 4.2 light years away.
By accounting for the substantial star-light deflection in the gravitational-flow, Bayramov introduces a new calculation parameter – the “Gravitational Deflection Parallax … [and calculates the] distance to Proxima Centauri, […to be] 52 times closer [at] 785 billion km., than the current consensus estimate, using straight lines parallax calculation.”
An overview paper
of this research can be downloaded at: www.bolgarino.com/blgfiles/OnStarLightPR.pdf
The new research focuses on the development of gravitational-flow simulation software - Light Bender 2D. The software simulates and studies the propagation and curvature of sun-light and star-light in the gravitational-flows of the Sun and Earth.
An educational version of the gravitational-flow simulation software demonstrates the manner in which light is curved by the gravitational-flows and is accessible at: www.bolgarino.com/rdlightbender2D.html
A Light Bender 2D User Guide is accessible at: www.bolgarino.com/rdlightbenderUG.html
The Light Bender 2D gravitational-flow simulation software is based on the gravitational-flow vector engine developed in Bayramov’s recently published book - Mechanics of Natural Force - Flow Theory of Matter and Gravity.
Interested readers can find the book – “Mechanics of Natural Force” at the book web site - www.bolgarino.com/mechanics-of-natural-force-2013.html
and on Amazon.