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The book was finally published in 2007 although it was ready for publishing in 1995. The delay was due to the opposition of mainstream science, more exactly no editor was interested to publish such material; and of course I did not have the money to support a self publishing up to 2007. 


The theory of planetary vortexes is not intended as a negation of the Newton's theory of gravitation, but as its complement. The Newtonian theory of gravitation describes the movement of celestial bodies which constitutes the solar system (planets, comets, asteroids) in a vacuum, in a completely void, matter less space.
The theory of planetary vortexes takes into consideration the existence of the interplanetary matter as well as a possible global movement of this interplanetary matter. Comparatively with the Newtonian theory, in the planetary vortexes theory, besides the Sun-planet interaction (Sun-comet or Sun-celestial body interaction), there is also an interaction between interplanetary environment and planet (or comet, asteroid, etc). The corrective term expressing the interaction between interplanetary environments and a planet (or comet, asteroid, etc) refers to the nature (density) of the celestial body, and we may not apply this corrective term to a fundamental interaction.
The basic hypothesis of the theory of planetary vortexes maintains that the interplanetary matter (represented by the so-called cosmic radiation) has a rotatory motion round the Sun, similar to that of planets and other celestial bodies. The direction of the motion is the same as the revolutionary motion of the planets, but in comparison with the rotatory motion of the planets, the rotatory velocity of the interplanetary matter is much higher.
Arguments in favour of the above-mentioned hypothesis:
-the interplanetary environment is not a vacuum as the present gravitation theories maintain; on the contrary, it has the characteristics of an ideal fluid (density
10exp(-21) - 10exp(-22) g/cm3);
-at the level of the Earth's surface it is registered a flow of particles originating from the interplanetary environment with a frequency of approximately 1 particle/cm2/min/steradian;
-the temperature of the solar corona is over 1,500,000 K, although the Sun surface temperature does not exceed 6000 K, and in photosphere it diminishes to 4500 K. Of course, this means the kinetic temperature (characterizing the motion of gas particles), not the thermodynamic temperature. This variation of the kinetic temperature of the gas and its diminution in inverse ratio to the growing distance from the solar corona may be described by means of the physical model of 'vortex with nucleus' from the fluid mechanics; The temperature of interplanetary medium decrease when is measured at solar corona and far away at orbit of Terra or Jupiter.
-the Sun's rotation is similar to any celestial solid body's rotation, what is perceived at the persistence of the solar spots;
-the comets behaviors (orbit form, comet fragmentation, and its after fragmentation movement, shaping of the cometary's tails, acceleration of particles in the cometary's tails, formation of meteoric clouds) can be both quantitatively and qualitatively described by taking into consideration the above-mentioned hypothesis;
-the general relativity effects may be described considering the supplementary interaction between the examined cosmic object and the interplanetary environment;
-other observable effects unexplainable by the present theories of gravitation may be explained by the vortex theory (expansion-contraction motion of comets and planets).