axis of direction

"Nowhere in Nature is there a precedent for projected masses spinning in the direction of their motion. A bullet from a rifle spins around its axis of direction. Rifle barrels are spirally grooved to accentuate this spin. Even if bullets are spherical, like cannon balls, they would still spin around their axis of direction, for their equators must necessarily be at an angle of 90 degrees from their gravity shafts, and no mass in Nature spins in any other direction than that of its equator." [Atomic Suicide, page 283]

See Also

direction of motion
gravity shaft

Created by Dale Pond. Last Modification: Sunday June 24, 2018 03:53:04 MDT by Dale Pond.