‘Hypothesis non-fingo’ resolved with ‘Gill’s Electronic Theory of Magnetism 1964’
It will be mathematically explained how objects close to the Earth fall towards the Earth with a combination of these two forces by applying Gill’s electronic theory of magnetism 1964 to planet Earth and relating it to the electron dependant negative force (-e) and the proton dependant positive force (+e) of atoms of any object close to the Earth’s surface.
For objects falling towards the Earth, equations based on known physics laws are presented in the northern and southern magnetic hemispheres of the Earth.
Dot-product vector equations will explain why, as seen empirically, a pendulum accelerates the least in the equator and increases in lateral acceleration as we travel the pendulum from the equator to the magnetic poles of the Earth.
The two negative and positive extraterrestrial forces become active when the object O rises beyond the Earth’s surface, and O begins to lose weight as his height rises.
The object O will begin to behave like a satellite at a certain higher altitude above the Earth, where the two negative and positive forces from the Earth balance with the two negative and positive extraterrestrial forces. At a higher altitude, the larger object O will become a satellite.
A quick discussion at the end of the presentation as to why this presentation is more accurate than Sir Isaac Newton’s universal law of gravitation, which resulted in the inaccurate third force notion of gravity in Physics in 1687.
Because the asymmetry between the magnetic and electrical forces is resolved by Gill’s electronic theory of magnetism (1964), Albert Einstein’s ‘Special Relativity theory 1905,’ which was proposed to address the asymmetry issue, and his ‘General Relativity theory 1916,’ in which he tries to justify the gravitational force, become superfluous.
Author (S) Details
Avtar S. Gill
Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York, USA.
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