## Quantum gravity AND quantum charge

Beyond the boundaries of established science an avalanche of exotic ideas compete for our attention. Experts tell us that these ideas should not be permitted to take up the time of working scientists, and for the most part they are surely correct. But what about the gems in the rubble pile? By what ground-rules might we bring extraordinary new possibilities to light?

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### Re: Quantum gravity AND quantum charge

Sparky,

But i was trying to determine how density or other properties of matter would affect gravity effect. I know it doesn't, but why not?

What properties does matter have? Mass, velocity, spin (which I am assuming/suggesting "causes" charge).

Have you ever wondered why it is that G is such a small number?

Density does affect the gravitational effect: If Earth were twice as dense, but with the same mass, it would have a radius of 5057km and g at the surface would be 15.6 ms-2. If Earth were twice as dense, but the same volume, then g at the surface would be 19.6 ms-2.

Gravity acts on mass, so density affects the gravitational effect - this profoundly obvious fact seems to have been overlooked at the sub-atomic level, where G is still used with the same value as at the level of atomic structures.

The Earth has a mass of 5.97x1024 kg and a volume of 1.09x1021 m3, but of that volume, 99.999999999982% is empty space, gravity acts on only the other 0.000000000018%, because that is the proportion of volume occupied by the mass. An interesting comparison G= 0.0000000000667 - Have you ever wondered why it is that G is such a small number?

Gravity acts on mass, gravity can ONLY act on mass.

Objects with mass are affected by force. Objects with mass can ONLY be affected by force.

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### Re: Quantum gravity AND quantum charge

Have you ever wondered why it is that G is such a small number?

No... It is used in math and i don't do math, though i am learning some equations and their relationships from you.
I just try to imagine things. There is a problem at times because there are several theories and I get them mixed. I just go by what others say about math, but it has to make sense.

Miles uses G as scaling term. Not sure i understand that , either.

I thought G was a fudge factor, but again that is math.

So I guess gravity, as a difference of charge emission and aether, is affected by the absorption of aether by higher density. I just have a hard time imagining that in small scales, from a small asteroid on down.

Have you got the magnet solved?
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