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The unification of gravity and the EM force occurs via the electron.
I posted a pdf file which proposes an abstract concept which seems to be a way that charged and gravitational fields can be linked. Just wanted some feedback
Does this not sound plausible
Charged electric fields are the result of unbalanced gravitational fields. Unbalanced gravitational fields cause misalignment in internal activity of matter by distorting lengths of internal motion.
It doesn't mean that it's wrong, just that it makes both forces (gravity and electromagnetism) mediated by something mysterious which we haven't found yet. It's a unification of sorts, which is probably desirable but it (at least temporarily) robs our understanding of one thing that did seem to be reasonably well explained.
In particle accelerator and collider experiments, the electron was found to be a single particle that has mass and negative charge. The proton was found to be composed of more than one particle. This tells me that gravity and the EM force are integrated via the electron but not via the proton.
You are also ignoring the positron.None of what you say makes sense; why do you post it?
The bias of long standing traditions have made the negative and positive charge equal and opposites.
mass takes up space