Ebner, John Erich
March 1, 2019
Gravity (electric, electrostatic, electrodynamic, statis- tical, dipole), gravity, gravitational force, van der Waal's force, elliptical orbits of atoms, polarized atoms, electro- static dipoles, gravitational refraction of light
We demonstrate that a theoretical electric force can model gravitation in calculations.
This force may model the Earth in orbit if the electric force equals the gravitational force
and if the charge of the Earth and Sun are of opposite polarity.
The large-scale static-like behavior of gravity can be described on the microscopic scale, where matter is treated statistically as a collection of dynamic atoms and molecules.
Bohr's hydrogen atoms or electron-proton dipoles whenexpressing elliptical orbits, develop charged ends and precess into ellipsoids. These charged ends attract other nearby
charged dipoles with van der Waal's forces which cause atoms to stick together in their atomic arrays.
This is a kinetic theory of gravity, the pulsed force created by the momentary interaction of these rotating or oscillating sets of dipoles when they align in-series causes gravitation, centrifugal force and inertia. The shortness of these in-line in-series impulses explains
the weakness of gravity compared to the electrostatic force.
This model links electricity, gravity and quantum mechanics. Sometimes when you model nature, the model speaks with clarity to the questions that you ask of nature.