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Permittivity is in Maxwells equation for the velocity of light, if one rearranges the equation I have shown and puts it in Maxwells equation then the gravitational constant is in the equation, Unification.
The equation I have shown is all magnetic Vern there is no electric field or charge in the equation. If one rearranges it to give.μo = g/(α2μr) and substitute it into c2=1/(ε0.μ0) Maxwell then one getsc2 = α2.μr /(εo.g)There is no derivation it was determined numerically it's a new equation to Science, Science has to test it numerically and then dimensionally when they have a result they have to form a conclusion, is it correct or not!
The following equation can be used to unify Newtons gravity equation with Maxwells equation. The equation was determined numerically. g = α2μoμrAlpha is the Fine Structure constant and μo the permeability of free space, μr = 1.A.Davis. B.Sc. 27.01.2009
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.
January edition Astronomy now page 68, quote Estimates suggest that two-thirds of stars in our local neighbourhood are doubles. Binary star systems are a big part of nature. One can also get triplets and other multiples of stars. I don't understand where you are getting all this energy from, most of it is locked up inside the Stars.
To Bored chemist, I am not in a position to do experiments, it would require funding. My pension wouldn't cover it. To SC none, do you have a better explanation. Will post possible Pulsar theory tomorrow.
the suns magnetic field should decrease as the cube of the distance from the sun
Don't ask him, BC - he'll TELL you!
Quote from: sophiecentaur on 10/03/2009 22:53:20Don't ask him, BC - he'll TELL you!He hasn't so far.