Electric Universe - Gaia - Weber Force Law

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Electric Universe - Gaia - Weber Force Law

Unread postby GatsbyGlen » Tue Apr 16, 2019 5:51 am

Hi!

Just wondering if others have been watching the Electric Universe series on Gaia with Thornhill. I was wondering if this is going to be a regular series? I have seen the first two episodes, and really enjoyed the second one on Wilhelm Weber. I went to school for physics, they never discussed this!

https://www.gaia.com/video/modern-under ... -cosmology

Thornhill mentions in the video that Weber's extended force law should used as the mathematics to determine planetary orbits. Has anyone attempted such a thing? Does the existing math work today mainly because it's governed by the inverse square law?

I found the following article interesting as well.

https://21sci-tech.com/articles/spring0 ... amics.html
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Weber Force Law

Unread postby Geremia » Fri Jul 05, 2019 9:14 pm

GatsbyGlen wrote:I was wondering if this is going to be a regular series? I have seen the first two episodes, and really enjoyed the second one on Wilhelm Weber. I went to school for physics, they never discussed this!

https://www.gaia.com/video/modern-under ... -cosmology
Can you post the exact link for the video on Weber? I'm not seeing it. thanks

GatsbyGlen wrote:Thornhill mentions in the video that Weber's extended force law should used as the mathematics to determine planetary orbits. Has anyone attempted such a thing? Does the existing math work today mainly because it's governed by the inverse square law?
See Weber expert Assis's Relational Mechanics and Implementation of Mach's Principle with Weber's Gravitational Force.

Weber derived his force law from Coulomb's force law for static charges and Ampère force law for current elements; see esp. pp. 34-43 of his 1848 paper "On the Measurement of Electro-dynamic Forces."
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