Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaver
Yes it is but gravity is indevisable from the electromagnetic force.
Gravity in the electric universe. A very interesting short lecture.
"If you take a highly intelligent person and give them the best possible, elite education,
then you will most likely wind up with an academic who is completely impervious to reality.”
Halton Arp one of of the greatest scientist ever. see redshift
Gravity in the Electric Universe
Where does gravity fit in the electric universe?
Contrary to a fairly common misperception, the electric universe does not deny
gravity’s existence, nor its role in the cosmos and our own world.
Rather, the electric universe theory, as proposed by physicist Wal Thornhill,
suggests that the fundamental mysteries of gravity may be explained
by the electrical structure of matter.
Zero Vacuum (T=0K) is itself some kind of an Infinity Energy continuum ( universe).
Where does gravity fit in the infinity T=0K electric-energy universe?
a) according to quantum theory the Zero Vacuum (T=0K) being energy continuum
can create only potential - virtual negative energy particles: -E=Mc^2.
b) these potential - virtual negative energy particles: -E=Mc^2 somehow
can transformed themselves into real energetic particles: E=h*f
c) these real energetic particles somehow can create local gravity - solar system.
Gravity is indivisible from the electromagnetic force.
To create local gravity - solar system is needed EM force.