To be honest, Im working on my personal physics theory but Im not trying to promote or discuss here my theory. What Im looking is kind of help with math on particular partial problem, which Im not able to solve, but maybe somebody here would know it and would be willing to help. And Im offering 10 000 USD to anybody who would produce the right equation, for which I will pay in case I get Nobel price for the theory. But to be honest, it could take some time and the probability of getting Nobel for my theory is like 1:1 000 000 Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! So what Im dealing with is some weird prediction that rotation of any object is causing additional attractive force. Im not trying to convince anybody that such thing really exists, but maybe it could be treated as fictive math problem with physics like description and maybe there is something similar in established mainstream physics, which uses the same or very similar equation. Description of the math problem: So we have rotating disc, there is violet line and for example we have 1000 points on this violet line. As the disc rotates in direction described by the blue pointed line, every point on violet line is causing an fictive additional force of magnitue for example 1 Newton, which is acting in the direction described by green line. This fictive force has practically unlimited range, so it acts on light years long distance, but it is very small on regular objects, like for example in rotating rotors or whole rotating planets. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! But here comes the more complicated part which Im not able to describe with equation: Lets assume, that on each disc we have for example 6000 violet lines and therefore the forces described by green line do interfere and create places with increased force and different direction of combined vectors of force. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! So the challenge here is to create some new equation or perhaps use some existing equation used normally for something different, which would describe this changing force depending on the distance from the center of the disc. I would expect some equation which would gain something similar to normal / Gaussian distribution, with almost zero at the center and almost zero at long distance and with reachig the maximum force at the distance around 1,414 of diameter.