Ramesh L. Joshi Unlocks the Mystery Behind the Total Solar and Lunar Eclipses and the Reason Why the Earth Rotates but Not its Moon

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Beyond the Theories of Newton, Maxwell and Others by Ramesh L. Joshi is a brave and authoritative call to finally improve some of the classic scientific principles based on facts that have been observed for a long time, but have yet still to be integrated into the iconic contributions of some of the greatest scientific geniuses in history. This opus is the fitting culmination of the author’s life-long quest to seek definitive answers to some of the most profound fundamental questions about the natural world and disturb the solid foundations of classical mechanics and electrodynamics.

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…we will shake it, but will not shift it…will transcend to see beyond what we know and open the avenues of uncovering the deeper secrets of nature that will easily explain: why the earth (planet) spins but not its moon.

On August 21, 2017, the world was treated to a celestial phenomenon — the total solar eclipse which was witnessed by the people in North America. Although it was a highly anticipated and publicized event, an in-depth and factual analysis as to why such phenomenon occurs is not as commonplace, and this is what author Ramesh L. Joshi aims to unveil in his new book, Beyond the Theories of Newton, Maxwell and Others.

According to the physical facts, for the solar eclipse, the sun’s diameter is 400 times that of moon, which makes it harder for the moon to block the entire sunlight surface during their alignment. The moon is, however, 400 times closer to the earth than the sun, so the two disks appear to be of the same size to us on earth, and the total solar eclipse is possible. For these reasons alone, the people in the United States were lucky to observe the solar eclipse of 2017 from coast to coast.

For the lunar eclipse, the earth is about four times larger making it easy to block the entire moon surface from receiving the sunlight during their alignment, while the sun is almost at the same distance from the earth. So, theoretically, a total lunar eclipse is easy to occur and should last longer than a solar one.

Under the adverse conditions of difference in sizes and in distances of the interfering celestial objects, however, the durations of both the eclipses are comparable; duration of lunar eclipse is not four times longer. The duration of a solar eclipse is relatively the same as that of a lunar one, and in some cases longer. Why? Because the earth spins and the moon does not, though both are revolving under gravitational forces. In a solar eclipse, earth spins and the moon’s shadow is time dependent and stretches on the earth, which is not the case for the lunar eclipse.

Neither Newtonian gravitational theory nor Einstein’s general theory of relativity can explain the fact: Why the earth spins creating day and night, but not her moon. To find out the facts, and to understand more on the subject, please look to the new book based on Theory of Connections which takes you Beyond the Theories of Newton, Maxwell and Others. From this book one can derive the answer to the raised question and clarify more observed facts not addressed by the current science.

Title: Beyond the Theories of Newton, Maxwell and Others

Author: Ramesh L. Joshi

Genre: Physics, Mathematics

ISBN: 978-1-365-14410-3

Pages: 228

Publisher: Ramesh L. Joshi

WEBSITE: theoryofconnections.com

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