"If I have seen farther than others, it's because I have stood on shoulders of giants." -- Isaac Newton

From ancient tribes, to Galileo's discoveries, and finally to Joie's postulate in the present day, scientists and philosophers have been observing relationships between the celestial and terrestrial plane for quite some time. Like electricity, which is magnetism, the intelligent force of gravity is silent, invisible, and extremely powerful due to its omnipresence everywhere as SPACE itself. This selective list includes research of those known for their contribution to the infinite subject, which continues to reveal itself through a number of observers.



ca. 99 BC – ca. 55 BC: Titus "Lucretius" Carus - Early [Natural] Philosopher of De rerum natura, Epicureanism:On the Nature of Things

384 - 322 BC: Aristotle - Geocentric Theory [earth centered universe]

310 - 230 BC: Aristarchus - Heliocentric Theory [sun centered universe]

287 - 212 BC: Archimedes - Criticized Aristarchus' Discovery [The Sand Reckoner]

85-165 AD: Claudius Ptolemy - Mathematician, Astronomer; lived in Alexandria, Egypt and developed Epicycle Theory [The Almagest]

1473 - 1543: Nicholas Copernicus: Heliocentric Theory [De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium: On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres]

1540-1603: William Gilbert - Magnetism and Electricity via empirical data [De Magnete: On the Magnet]

1564 - 1642: Galileo Galilei - Confirmed Copernicus' Heliocentric Theory via telescopes and thought experiments

1548-1600: Giordano Bruno - Postulated an "Infinite" Universe. The Roman Catholic Church denounced, and duly criticized Galileo

1546-1601: Tycho Brahe - Naked-eye Astronomer who drew a comet by hand on 1577; he also confirmed Galileo's observations, and witnessed a supernova [De Nova Stella]

1568-1639: Tommaso Campanella - favored unification of science and religion, agreed with Galileo [Apologia pro Galilaeo]

1571 - 1630: Johannes Kepler - Mathematician, Astrologer, Master of Heavenly Music - worked for Tycho Brahe, the brilliant astronomical observer. Kepler's mathematical and astrological work alongside Brahe's observations includes Kepler's Three Laws [Harmonices Mundi: Harmonies of the World; Optiks, Telescopes, and more

1635-1708: Robert Hooke - Microscopy; Astronomy - absent of mathematics [An Attempt to Prove the Motion of the Earth by Observations]

1642 - 1727: Isaac Newton - Inventor of Calculus; Master of Alchemy & Optics. Using "mirror" technology to reflect light, he invented the modern Telescope, which is still used planet-wide today. Newton strongly believed in God as creator of the universe, and he studied theology and alchemy in private, rather than other scientific subjects presented to the public.

Sir Isaac coined the term "gravity" as the force of Universal Gravitation" that brings everything and everyone together.

1656-1742: Edmund Halley - Influenced by Newton's calculations, predicted "Halley's Comet"

1706-1790: Benjamin Franklin - Scientist, Inventor, Statesman, founding father of the USA, and much more. Franklin's résumé is remarkable, and has paved the way for numerous discoveries in electricity, magnetism, and more! One of his most famous experiments includes using a kite and key to demonstrate the existence of electricity, which is the same power exuding from Torpediniformes and lightning bolts.

1736-1806: Charles-Augustin de Coulomb - Physicist and founder of Coulomb's Law of electrical forces, which is Newton's Universal Gravitation formula in reverse.

1791-1867: Michael Faraday - Chemist and Physicist, formulated Electromagnetic theory

* One of most important discoveries for the planet: Electricity is Magnetism and Magnetism is Electricity in reverse (Electromagnetism)

1831-1879: James Clark Maxwell - Physicist and Mathematician, expanded Faraday's discoveries with numerous inventions

1834-1907: Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev - Chemist and inventor of the Periodic Table of Elements

* Mendeleev's invention led to discovery of the electron, which is electrical energy of atoms. Everything, including humans, are atomic structures - held together by the bond of Gravitational Energy SPACE.

1857-1894: Heinrich Rudolf Hertz - the Hertz (Hz) frequency is named after Heinrich. He expanded Maxwell's theory and produced detectable electromagnetic waves (UHF / VHF), and more

1856-1943: Nikola Tesla - Vibration, Resonance; Master of Electricity; Inventor of Alternating Current (A/C) in contrast to Thomas Edison of Direct Current (D/C)

* Tesla was said to be quite spiritual and aware of "vibration" within matter and people; he planned to harness "free electricity" for the entire planet!

1879-1955: Albert Einstein - E=MC²; and Special Theory of Relativity, General Theory of Relativity [included Gravity]; and the Evolution of Physics

* Einstein evolved Newton's theory of gravity with a General Theory of Relativity to factor in how the force is a property of space itself. Hence, all mass (people, planets, stars, and nouns) contains and produce energy.

2010+...: Joie HRH, founded GE THEORY as GE=MC² that unifies "The Secret" Law of Attraction (LOA) with Universal Gravitation (Gravity).

At present, Joie continues research on the expansive subject. Learn more about the new science of Gravitology at: www.UniversalGravitation.org

Author's Bio: 

Joie is the founder of Gravitology, which is a new science that links Universal Gravitation with "The Secret" Law of Attraction. For the first time in history, humans and other atomic structures are linked with the invisible energy of Gravity in the most important work of our time.

JOIE translates to 'joy' in the French language; pronounced 'Jwaah.'