Taking a Cue from Gravity

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Note: The content of this scientific article leaves out some other details concerning the natural motion of bodies, both of charged bodies and of non-charged bodies, which the author feels are not really necessary for you to understand this article.

Wow! This is a very interesting scientific article, I assure you. This is a short scientific article that will further consolidate the new theory of electromagnetism that I have been informing you about in this great science blog.

Now, some time ago, I was thinking about the new theory of electromagnetism, and I saw that in the new theory, we can take a cue from gravity about how and why charged particles accelerate.

What is this cue? Let me now gladly inform you.

Listen: When a non-charged body, like a piece of rock, accelerates or falls from a level above the ground, we say that it falls due to ‘gravity’. But when a charged body, like an electron or a proton, accelerates or falls also from a point, we say it accelerates or falls either due to an electric field or a magnetic field. 

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(I put ‘gravity’ in quotes because bodies fall due to gravi-electromagnetic wave of which gravity is a component and acts as such. This is what post-modern physics informs us about the universe, but I want to focus on gravity so that I can point out something we have all missed, even in modern physics.)

The big question now is: Why don’t we say that a charged body falls due to light?

If we say that non-charged bodies fall due to gravity, why can’t we just simply say that charged bodies fall due to light? Why do we have to say that charged bodies fall either due to an electric field or a magnetic field, splitting unapprovedly the two aspects of light?

If we say that non-charged bodies fall due to gravity, why can't we just simply say that charged bodies fall due to light?Click To Tweet

I really hope you can see what I am showing you about taking a cue from gravity so that you can truly understand electromagnetism and the motion of electrical bodies. The above is what I elaborated upon in this my article on the accelerator principle.

We have always understood light and gravity as being equally fundamental and have always felt that they were somehow related. This is what has spurred the search for “the unified field theory“, but we have never thought that if gravity can cause bodies to fall, then light can do the same too.

If gravity can cause bodies to fall, then light can do the same too.Click To Tweet

And in the case when we are supposed to say light causes the fall, like for accelerating charged particles, we don’t. Rather we say that the fall or the acceleration of charged particles is caused by either an electric field or a magnetic field.

We must now take a cue from gravity and realize that just as gravity can cause (non-charged) bodies to fall or accelerate, so also can light cause (charged) bodies to fall or accelerate. This is true physics!

Just as gravity can cause (non-charged) bodies to fall or accelerate, so also can light cause (charged) bodies to fall or accelerate.Click To Tweet

The relative essence of light in this important discussion is the acceleration of light, ‘aceleritas’ and not the speed of light. Therefore, in this case for accelerating charged bodies, I am talking about how the acceleration of light causes charged bodies to accelerate or even free fall just like the acceleration of gravity causes non-charged bodies to accelerate or free fall.

So, we should now seek to know how light accelerates charged bodies. This is the entire essence of the post-modern theory of electromagnetism which now forces us to give light the same relevance we have given to gravity in the study of the natural acceleration of bodies.

Until next time,

I will be here. 

– M. V. Echa



M. V. Echa

M. V. Echa

My message is the universe, my truth is the universe, and this blog contains all you need to know about the universe, from the true nature of reality to the long-sought unity of the cosmos — which is the big picture!