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Accretion, I was corrected at an earlier date when I said it was by chance, gathering of mass to form a planet, for instance, is caused by the electrostatic attraction of material!Is this static charge caused by the materials mass moving across a void type medium called the Fabric of Space?
Quote from: tommya300 on 06/10/2010 19:02:40 Accretion, I was corrected at an earlier date when I said it was by chance, gathering of mass to form a planet, for instance, is caused by the electrostatic attraction of material!Is this static charge caused by the materials mass moving across a void type medium called the Fabric of Space? Interesting................This fabric you talk about is the universal field. It has been stated by several capable physicists that:"There is no space empty of field."What you propose is interesting; By suggesting that gravity is an accumulation of static charge caused by matter moving thru this field is certainly imaginative. But it dosen't seem to explain all of the observed influences of gravity. From what I understand, the electrostatic charge doesn't bend space the way gravity does. That is unless you have information that I haven't had opportunity to view as yet. However, the idea that matter interacting with this universal field and imparting static charge to it's mass is quite interesting none the less...................Ethos
Ethos isn't it that gravity bends spacetime not just space?
relativity says that space and time are one because of the observation of masses bending gravity and that fact that time speeds up the faster you travel. But if something has a higher energy it could possibly do the same thing. relativity is still a theory after all so it should not be spoken of as empirical fact. I see no reason why the movement of the atmosphere and ocean's can't generate an electrostatic force which could cause the appearance of gravity. Any motion of fluid could create an electrostatic charge. Also if energy has mass as relativity states then shouldn't light have mass?....and heat......
Can Gravity be considered an endless Super Electrostatic charge....?
Quote from: OPCan 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.
Can Gravity be considered an endless Super Electrostatic charge
I disagree, the only known process of a body that has any sort of attractive properties is opposite charges attract.