peter2100 wrote:I know how the word is used and the description of what happens but what is it actually? When something is positively or negatively charged what is it that makes it so? Does anyone even know? Why do they attract or repel? What is actually going on?
Michael V wrote:This small quote reveals some of the Mathis nonsense: "Mathematically, gravity is an acceleration".
This is one of the many places that he has mislead himself. Gravity is in no way an acceleration. Gravity is the force, the effect of the force is an acceleration - this is the route of his implausible attempts to assign gravity as an acceleration - he tells you the right answer, and then twists it into the wrong answer for his own mathematical purposes - no wonder he refuses to assign gravity to the only possible mechanical solution.
...if i'm not mistaken is that almost every where gravity is expressed as an acceleration.
Gravity is then only a function of radius and an acceleration out
Wouldn’t it have been more logical to explain the electrical field in the same general terms as the gravitational field?
... The reason, of course, is that the electrical force is caused by a large number of sub-particles and (according to my theory) the gravitational force is not.
What actually is 'charge'?
"Electrons have a negative charge. Protons have a positive charged."
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