Projects for Programmers
Projects for Computer Students:
1) A simple algorithm with
one body in orbit around another in real-time.
2) A binary pair of stars
in orbit around each other.
3) Three or more solar bodies
interacting with three or more gravity fields. (This requires a
solution to the n-body problem for Newtonian gravity).
4) A solution to the problem
of rotation curves of galaxies.
5) A Sun, Earth, and moon
system. Such that the effect of the Sun’s gravity on the moon
should be realized as a pull away from the Earth. This should not
be to a correct scale in order to be more easily observed.
6) How the Solar System could
have formed due to interaction between bodies of various sizes.
Use random starting positions here.
7) How the Solar System probably
formed due to one of a binary pair of stars going nova. The orbital
velocity of the nova star gives rise to the orbital structure of
the planets as it breaks apart.
8) How would the orbits of
planets look around a binary pair of stars?
9) Examine how quantum time
changes an eccentric orbit at perihelion. Is this quantum gravity?
10) Gravitational lensing.
Demonstrate how the direction of parallel photons is changed by
gravity such that gravity magnifies an image.
11) Examine the claims of
the LIGO binary-black-hole merger in an evolutionary algorithm.
This should have a scale with a 10% error-margin.
12) 12) How does General
Relativity and Special Relativity change the shape of the orbits
of the planets in the solar system? Also show how gravity moving
at the velocity of light from General Relativity changes the orbital
structure of a binary star system like Alpha Centauri. This requires
sliding scales for distance and time with accuracy better than one
part in a million-million.
13) An evolutionary algorithm
of the solar system with an accurate sliding scale for time and
distance which demonstrates an n-body solution to Newtonian gravity
which is accurate to better than one part in a million. The precise
pull by the Sun on the Moon’s orbit should be demonstrated,
as well as how Jupiter changes the orbits of Mars and Mercury.
14) Binary Star formation.
15) Planetary ring formation.
17) Trojan asteroids.
18) Lunar orbital eccentricity.
Is it a real or an algorithmic phenomenon?
19) Demonstrate aspects of
the Big Bang in an algorithm showing how galaxies attain structure
amidst the chaos of an explosion (or not chaos).
20) Simulate the movements
of galaxies, and how they interact with one another.
21) Do it all from the start
in 3d-space or even…
first 12 steps I have completed. How far are you Mr Critic?