Simple Science Experiment to Understand Electro-Gravity

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Simple Science Experiment to Understand Electro-Gravity

Unread postby spark » Mon Aug 12, 2019 4:20 pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3KQ0ykKXoc

http://ElectroGravityPhysics.com - What is Gravity?
This video will show the reasons why Gravity can be understood as a side-effect of normal electromagnetic forces.

In this ongoing video series, I will show several science experiments to demonstrate the special forces from the divergent electric field. I will also show how the Laplace Force from the Lorentz Equation is an important key to understanding gravity as an electromagnetic effect and is the "engine" behind the electric universe effects.

You can read the complete paper on why Gravity is an electromagnetic pseudo force, go to this link:
http://electrogravityphysics.com/free-f ... particles/

Here is some information on from the electric universe followings:
https://www.electricuniverse.info/Introduction
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Re: Simple Science Experiment to Understand Electro-Gravity

Unread postby crawler » Mon Aug 12, 2019 9:19 pm

Aether theory (one verzion) infers that an infinite plate has zero gravity-attraction in relation to a small nearby object (based on lack of convergence of aether inflow streamlines/vectors going to the plate).
Your electric theory infers that an infinite plate with charge haz zero charge-attraction to a small nearby object (based on lack of divergence of nett-charge vectors emanating from the plate).
Interesting.

But there might be a gravity-attraction due to converging inflow to the object (i am still thinking).
And there might be charge-attraction due to divergence of charge vectors emanating from the object (if it has charge).
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