Changes and additions to the chapter inertness.


Inertness on equator.

By viewing a theme inertness has been supposed an error consisting in a volume that parameters of a lepton of space have not been taken into consideration. Now clearly, that the lepton of time cannot "answer" both for power action and for inertness will state completely logical, hence, that for inertness the lepton of space "answers". Therefore we shall conduct anew calculations for an inertial force, radiating from values of a lepton of space on equator, viewing an instance given in the chapter "inertness".
The same initial data: the body in mass of 1 kg after power action has gained velocity of 100 m\s and goes on inertia. To spot an inertial force. We shall not feature anew all theoretical calculations, only calculations.
Change of frequency:

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Quantums of space have no bands of obturating and rarefaction as quantums of time, therefore in the formula there is all length of quantum.
For the same reason we do not determine change of velocity and at once we determine an inertial force:

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The lepton of space has no a gravitational mass, but inside a lepton of space there is a lepton of time which has this mass and, hence, the inertial force acts on all leptonic pair having a gravitational mass of a lepton of time. Signifies, we have the right to apply 2-nd Newton's laws.
We determine acceleration from activity of an inertial force:

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The inertial force effective on a body with a gravitational mass 1 kg, is equal:

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At such inertial force for change of velocity on 1 m\s it is required 1,632х10^25 seconds or 5,17х10^17 years.


Inertness on a pole.

Let's prolong to view our instance with reference to a pole. On a pole the gravitational mass decreases proportionally to coefficient of swerving, and acceleration from power action in 1 Newton, accordingly, is incremented proportionally to this coefficient (it is possible to count on a procedure of the chapter "inertness"). Hence, in 100 seconds of power action the body will have velocity:

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Let's count up acceleration and an inertial force.
Change of frequency:

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Inertial force:

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Acceleration from activity of an inertial force:

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Inertial force for all body (we shall remind, that an equatorial gravitational mass of a body in 1 kg, on a pole matters 5,3х10 ^-13 kg):

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We have received very interesting effect{result}. An inertial force, acceleration on a pole on three order more than the own power action. But, such should not be, as the system should be aimed to the underload energy state. The most valid represents the guess, that the body should increment the gravitational mass to reduce acceleration from an inertial force (it, quite, matches up with a theory of relativity). The maximum magnification of a gravitational mass, probablly, can attain value of a gravitational mass on equator though it is thought, as, that the magnification of mass attains such quantity at which some equilibrium state between values of exterior power action and value of an inertial force is attained. The magnification of a gravitational mass can be attained both through change of critical bucklings of leptons, and through change of physical properties of an external field.
On the other hand, if the gravitational mass does not vary, the inertial force allows to solve a problem rapid traverses (for example, from one hemisphere on a pole in another, or overcoming of interplanetary pole spaces) or teleportations by simulated change of parameters of an external field.


More shortly, it is necessary to think.


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