« on: 13/09/2017 04:37:38 »
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Can Gravity be considered an endless Super Electrostatic charge....?No.
Electrostatic charges come in 2 flavours: + and -.
"Like charges repel, and different charges attract", as we were taught in high school.
Gravity only comes in 1 flavour, and it only attracts (as far as we know).
In our Solar system, consisting of the Sun, 8 planets, hundreds of moons and zillions of smaller bodies (including man-made satellites), they all attract each other. That's how NASA plays precision billiard balls with gravitational slingshot to get space probes to go where they want, when they want.
If gravity were electrostatic in nature, a space probe would be attracted to about half of the objects in the Solar system, and repelled from the others. This does not happen.
Gravity is not based on Electrostatic charges.
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