Is Gravitation Electromagnetic

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Is Gravitation Electromagnetic

Unread postby lizzie » Sat Apr 05, 2008 11:24 am


Gravitation - electromagnetic?
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Reason: corrected typo in title "electromatnetic" to "electromagnetic"

Re: Is Gravitation Electromagnetic

Unread postby lizzie » Sat Apr 05, 2008 3:14 pm

Quantum Aether Dynamics Institute

"The Unified Force Theory includes a Unified Charge Theory as it is shown there are two kinds of charge; electrostatic charge and electromagnetic charge. Electromagnetic charge is, in fact, the strong force that binds subatomic particles into atoms. The weak force is shown to be a proportion of electrostatic charge to electromagnetic charge.

"Charge itself is shown to always be distributed, as opposed to being a single dimension of charge. There are two significant discoveries related to this observation; 1.) the conductance of space reacts directly with particle angular momentum to produce electromagnetic charge and 2.) a new and more functional system of units has been developed that corrects the single dimension of charge used in units of current, potential, magnetic moment, magnetic flux, etc."

Re: Is Gravitation Electromagnetic

Unread postby lizzie » Sat Apr 05, 2008 4:09 pm

On the Electromagnetic Nature of Gravity

Re: Is Gravitation Electromagnetic

Unread postby Tzunamii » Sat Apr 05, 2008 6:15 pm

Thankyou for the Links! Been looking for something along these lines for a bit now.
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Re: Is Gravitation Electromagnetic

Unread postby lizzie » Mon Apr 07, 2008 9:47 pm

Gravitation, Electrostatics, and the Electron-Positron Aether (Ether)

"A unified derivation of Newton's law of gravitation, and Coulomb's law of electrostatics, demonstrates charge to be a property associated with acceleration, and inertial mass to be a measure of the amount of matter in a body.

It also demonstrates inertial mass to have an effect on acceleration in relation to electrostatic forces, but not in relation to gravitational forces. The derivation demonstrates from first principles that electrostatics and gravitation are mathematically parallel, despite this apparent difference between them."

Re: Is Gravitation Electromagnetic

Unread postby StevenO » Fri Apr 11, 2008 1:37 am

I like this beautifully drawn explanation: ... -magnetism
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Re: Is Gravitation Electromagnetic

Unread postby kevin » Fri Apr 11, 2008 8:46 am

I wish I could talk this mans language,
View through the last two pages.
I consider gravity as a push, but a push that is in all directions at once, here on the surface of the planet, the mass of the planet offers a resistance to the push through it, so we experience a net downward push due to less resistance in that direction.
The gravity is not a force, it is a mere consequence of the aether flowing in all directions at once, but the flow of aether is subject to another force creating a flow in a galaxy direction.
The flow of the aether through a formed mass leads to a change of spin direction, thus the sea of negative spin aether is attracted inwards to the out flowing sea of positive spin aether, thus a push directed at the surface of the planet occurs, not to the centre point of the planet, it would implode.
Thus creation occurs at the surface, and the surface is wherever the surface is, not anything to do with water, hence creation occurs at the bottom of the sea.
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