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Quote from: evan_au on 05/06/2015 13:02:28Electromagnetism is a far more powerful force than gravitation.Electromagnetic waves (light) are far more powerful than gravitational waves.A single atom can produce detectable electromagnetic waves, but even a huge planet like Jupiter cannot produce detectable gravitational waves.Single-celled algae can detect light, but so far a $300M detector has come up with no confirmed detection of gravitational waves. So, as for previous posts on this subject, the idea that light is a gravitational wave belongs in the New Theories forum.how a single atom produce em waves? vibrating? or electron in the atom change orbit?jupiter does not vibrate, no quake, therefore it produces no gravitational wave.Thanks!

Electromagnetism is a far more powerful force than gravitation.Electromagnetic waves (light) are far more powerful than gravitational waves.A single atom can produce detectable electromagnetic waves, but even a huge planet like Jupiter cannot produce detectable gravitational waves.Single-celled algae can detect light, but so far a $300M detector has come up with no confirmed detection of gravitational waves. So, as for previous posts on this subject, the idea that light is a gravitational wave belongs in the New Theories forum.

Gravitational waves are caused by the loss of mass per unit time.

This converts physical mass into dark energy and the universe expands.

The vibration of objects is a property such that you get vibrating gravitational fields which do have effects. It could be argued that these motions radiate the dot-waves over time.

An electron is composed of 5.75037E41 dot-waves as per my Dot-wave theory.

My work is mostly about writing the equations of the universe and the amount of dot-waves within it.

Most of my work is done in my sleep and my dreams. I wake up and write down the equations.

The problem is that I have an engineering mind ...

.. while we are dealing with multi-dimensional concepts.

However the basic equations of the universe are simple algebraic expressions.