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5th grader math to beat Einstein and NASA

# 5th grader math to beat Einstein and NASA

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See how 5th grader math shrunk Einstein from the Icon of intelligence to the Icon of stupidity
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Arabs real time astronomy
The 35 Formulas of Mercury's Perihelion Precession Advance
By Professor Joe Nahhas; Joenahhas1958@yahoo.comJoe Nahhas: You have to ask yourself the question Alfred NobelDo I feel lucky? Well do ya Alfred?
Space - time is not physics
The angular velocity is
θ’
0
= 2
π/
T
= 360 degrees/ T seconds
The accumulation per century

t
0
in arc second:Is:
δ
θ’
0
= (2
π/
T) (t
0
/T) (180/
π
) (3600)For Planet Mercury:
δ
θ’
0
= (2
π/
T
m
) (t
0
/T
m
) (180/
π
) (3600)We measure planet Mercury angular velocity not from the Sun butfrom Earth.
French Astronomer Levier
made the following mistakeAngular velocity can be written as:
θ’
0
= orbital velocity/ distance
I
- θ
m
' (Earth) = [(v
m
/r
m
) + (v
e
/r
m
)]
measured from EarthReal time motion = actual motion + real time visual effects
With θ
m
' (Earth) = planet mercury angular velocity measured from EarthAnd (v
m
/r
m
) = Planet Mercury orbital speed around the Sun/PlanetMercury distance from the SunAnd (v
e
/r
m
) = Planet Earth orbital speed around the Sun/Planet Mercurydistance from the SunPage 1

II
- θ
m
' (Sun) = (v
m
/r
m
)
measured from SunActual motion = actual motion
With θ
m
' (Sun) = planet mercury angular velocity measured from SunAnd (v
m
/r
m
) = Planet Mercury orbital speed around the Sun/PlanetMercury distance from the Sun
III - The visual difference is
θ
m
' (Earth) - θ
m
' (Sun) = (v
e
/r
m
)And (v
e
/r
m
) = Planet Earth orbital speed around the Sun/Planet Mercurydistance from the SunThe visual accumulation per century

in arc second:Is:

(v
e
/r
m
)
δ
θ’
0
= (v
e
/r
m
) (t
0
/T
m
) (180/
π
) (3600)Page 2
MercurySun
r
m
Earth

And:

(v
e
/r
m
)
δ
θ’
0
= (v
e
/r
m
) (t
0
/T
m
) (180/
π
) (3600) -------------
1
= (29.8 - o.465)/58,200,000) (36526/88) (180/
π
) (3600)
= 43 arc sec per century
Note: o.465 km/sec is Earth spin speed
Real time distance scale
With
r
= r
0
+ (
r
– r
0
)And
r
/r
0
= r
0
/r
0
+(
r
– r
0
)/r
0
And
r
/r
0
= 1+(
r
– r
0
)/r
0
And
(r /r
0
) θ’
0
= θ’
0
+ [(r - r
0
)/r
0
] θ’
0
With
δ
θ’
0
= (2
π/
T) (t
0
/T) (180/
π
) (3600)And
(
r
/r
0
)
δ
θ’
0
=
δ
θ’
0
+ [(
r -
r
0
)/r
0
]
δ
θ’
0
And [(r - r
0
)/r
0
]
δ
θ’
0
= [(r - r
0
)/r
0
] (2
π/
T
m
) (t
0
/T
m
) (180/
π
) (3600) --
2
= [(58.2 - 149.6)/149.6] (2
π/
88x24x3600) (36526/88) (180/
π
) (3600)
= 43 arc sec per centuryReal time Velocity Scale v
With r = r
0
+ (r – r
0
)Divide by tThen r/t = r
0
/t

+ (r/t – r
0
/t)And v = v
0
+ (v – v
0
); dividing by v
0
And
v/ v
0
= 1

+ (v – v
0
)/ v
0
Multiplying by
θ’
0
And (v/ v
0
)
θ’
0
=
θ’
0
+ [(v – v
0
)/ v
0
]
θ’
0
And
(
v
/v
0
)
δ
θ’
0
=
δ
θ’
0
+ [(
v -
v
0
)/v
0
]
δ
θ’
0
Page 3PlanetDistance rX 10
6
kmPlanetOrbit TOrbitspeed vinkm/secLessEarthspeedSpinspeedkm/secAngularvelocity; v/rarc sec/centuryMercury
58.2
88
47.9
18.1.00270.75Venus108.2224.735.055.76.5210.86Earth
149.6
365.26
29.8
.465114.1Mars227.93668724.140.2411Jupiter778.412433313.0612.6Saturn1,426.725107609.659.87Uranus2,870.97306906.802.59Neptune4,498601805.432.68Pluto5906.4907304.74