Hi all. Please excuse my tendancy to over generalise There is some theorising going on and certain evidence to suggest that gravity may actually be polarized. Some scientists are looking at our weather patterns for instance and the well known Coriolis effect. Some now suggest that gravity is in fact polarised space time torsionally in other words the northern hemisphere is a clockwise spiral reducing towards the centre , and the southern hemisphere is a anti- clockwise spiral reducing towards the centre. The division between the two being the equator. The interesting thing about these concepts is that if proven true the magnetic field of the earth can be explained as being a product of these space time spirals interacting with each other and the matter that they support. Also if one uses the earths magnetic/gravity state as an example of matter then it may very well prove to be an exciting development. If one looks at a tornado for example or even a cyclone as being an example of the effects of torsional gravity it sort of makes sense. allowing for shifts in theoretical culminate centres of gravity which can come about due to changes in temperature. I think also one has to look at everything as being an effect of gravity and this of course includes the worlds weather. Has any one heard of any of this before?