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Now I already know you will not understand this 0>0 = 0 = G (A+B)>(A+B)
Quote from: Thebox on 21/05/2018 20:00:39 I am not going to keep repeating myself Great.I have been asking you to stop repeating yourself.Just answer the question (without making up nonsense about "binary" stuff that's actually unary).The bit about 0.5-0.5 =0 make sense if you are looking at the Earths charge and it seems we agree- it has zero charge because the + charges and the - charges cancel out (viewed from a distance).But gravity doesn't.It "sees" all the electrons and all the protons in the Sun.So it reaches us here many millions of miles away.We all know that.But it doesn't help answer the question.If a combination of protons and electrons has gravity, how can that happen unless the electrons and the protons have gravity?Where does the gravity come from?(BTW, please stop repeating this too- it doesn't say anything, no matter how often you repeat it. Nobody thinks it's anything but trivially true. It just hasn't got anything to do with the issue. It's like saying " protons and electrons have no gravity because the Prime Minister is female". She is- but it's not the reason for gravity.)Quote from: Thebox on 21/05/2018 20:00:39 -0.5 + 0.5 = 0
I am not going to keep repeating myself
-0.5 + 0.5 = 0
Consider everything in the Universe is zero,
Quote from: Thebox on 21/05/2018 20:40:29Consider everything in the Universe is zero, That's obviously already stupid, and it didn't get betterTry again.This time start with things that are actually true.
Do you mean the earth has no net electrostatic field?If so, why not say that?It's more use than repeating nonsense you were asked not to bother repeating..
I provided the maths
I have been discussing all this time with a N-field which is a neutral field of A + B , the earths electrostatic field
@ Mr Chemist, is your job title a professional extractor of free information ?
The earth is neutral.So it does not have an electrostatic field.