Essential Guide to the EU – Chapter 10
Rotational Effects

10.1  Rotation and Faraday Motors One of the reasons for the assumption of large amounts of Cryogenic (or Cold) Dark Matter (CDM) in the Gravity Model is to explain the observed rotation of galaxies. Astronomers have found that the individual stars in galaxies do not orbit the center of the …

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Essential Guide to the EU – Chapter 2
Magnetic and Electric Fields in Space

2.1 The Strength of Gravity and Electric Forces Gravity is a relatively very weak force.  The electric Coulomb force between a proton and an electron is of the order of 1039 (that’s 1 with 39 zeros after it) times stronger than the gravitational force between them. We can get a …

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