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Alternative science: Gravity Physics Chaos Theory

  1. Nov 7, 2006 #1
    [SOLVED] Alternative science: Gravity Physics Chaos Theory

    Gravity is a chain reaction within an equilibrium of chaos and entropy
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    An origonal theory
    By Corey White


    The formula everyone uses in the world to explain gravity is F= G(
    (m1*m2) / r ) , and I am trying to change that because the formula
    itself doesn't actually explain the process. But my theory does, and I
    am looking for mathematicians and physicists to formalize this theory
    into a new formula and a new paper which I can then submit to a journal
    or publish on a website like wikipedia. I've put this paper in an
    auction on rentacoder for anyone who wants to help.

    But here is my work so far, and it is an experiment you can test out at
    home:

    Roulette is a 50/50 game if you are playing black vs red, except for
    the two green slips of the wheel, but the odds of

    hitting that are very remote.

    Get 21 pennies, and a quarter.

    Now get 3 pennies and the quarter ready. Put 2 pennies in a pile, and
    one by itself.

    If the quarter comes up heads move the penny by itself into the pile of


    2, and tails you do the opposite.

    The odds are 50% higher that you will win at roulette if you have the
    pile of 2 pennies.

    Now you can keep playing this game by adding a penny to each pile, and
    the odds of you taking the whole pot continue to go

    down logically. When you are playing 3 on 2, the odds of winning aren't
    50% higher, they are only 25% higher. And with each

    penny you add the odds go down

    by half. Or something like that. You do the math.

    The idea is that if you play the 50/50 game, and you're always trying
    to win just half of what you are willing to gamble,

    your odds improve greatly.

    2 against 1 , you have a 66% chance of winning

    You win that pot

    3 against 1, you have a 75% chance of winning

    4 against 2, you have a 66% chance of winning.

    So every time you win a pot you get a free penny, that improves your
    odds!

    And once you go up on a streak of luck like this, even when you start
    to come down, you can continue going back up, and find

    a happy medium. You just have to know when to quit, and know how to
    score those free pennies. Just look at the whole pot that

    you have at the time as something you are willing to risk to get
    whatever 'goal' you have at the time.

    Can you imagine what the odds would look like if you only go after one
    penny as your goal? As the pile of pennies on your

    side keeps growing larger, your odds go up exponentially after you
    reach each goal. But obviously there is still a chance

    you will lose everything because you are risking all of your pennies to
    win.

    If I have 2 pennies and I want to start a chain reaction, in a 50/50
    game, then I only go after one pennie at a time.

    There are 3 ways the game can go, I can lose a penny, get it back, and
    then score the penny that is my goal. Or I can win

    the penny right off. Or I can lose completely.

    So I have a 66.6% chance of winning

    And now that I have 3 pennies and I go after one more penny, the odds
    are 75% that I will win, because there are 3 ways I can

    win and 1 way I can lose.

    If I take the chance of playing these two games in a row, There are 7
    ways I can win and 5 ways I can lose. So the chances

    of winning are (2/3 + 3/4 )/2. And that's 71.42857%

    Which is a whole lot better than starting with 2 pennies and playing
    against 2 pennies!!

    It can only be explained as gravity, and astrological magnetism. Or
    maybe, the butterfly effect?
     
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