Terrestrial and lunar gravitational forces upon the mass of a cell : relevance to cell function

@inproceedings{Persinger2016TerrestrialAL,
  title={Terrestrial and lunar gravitational forces upon the mass of a cell : relevance to cell function},
  author={Michael A. Persinger},
  year={2016}
}
The gravitational force between the mass of an average mammalian cell and the earth is in the order of a picoNewton. When applied across the plasma membrane the energy is within the domain of 10 -20 J that is associated with the distance between forces of ions that are correlated with the membrane potential. Solutions for velocity and acceleration are… CONTINUE READING