The following equation can be used to unify Newtons gravity equation with Maxwells equation. The equation was determined numerically.

g = α^{2}μoμr

Alpha is the Fine Structure constant and μo the permeability of free space, μr = 1.

The fine structure constant has four main parts, the most significant being the Intrinsic Spin of the Electron S.

α = π S/8 ( appoximately)

From the Curie Weiss law.

g = π^{2} S^{2}(1 + C/(T-θf))/64

Testing this equation on the Sun at it's current temperatue of above 1 million deg μr = 1, and assuming it has an iron core then at the Curie temperature of 1090degK μr = 5000, as the Sun cools it's spin reduces, so at the Curie temperature it's spin should be 0.9 revolutions per day (11years/5000). It's not possible, the increased gravitational force causes the Sun to implode and produce a smaller solution rotating faster.

There is a second example and that is Binary Star Systems when a star cools down it's gravitational force increases, but it can't increase it's spin, nature has a solution the cooling star must find a companion and it's increased gravitational force helps it to do so. This is why Binary Star Systems are so common, the rotational spin of the pair brings gravity back to it's normal value. The above equation predicts

that the square of the period of rotation is proportional to the temperature of the coldest star. (The spin value is universal)

A.Davis. B.Sc. 27.01.2009

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