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Confused with relativity...

I found another equation on the net: Which you might have learned, \(F=\frac{kQ_{1}Q_{2}}{d^{2}}\) This is an equation called the 'point charge' I found the relation between the newton's law of gravitation and this equation. All other variables are same, but only the constants are different... Another thing is that "Electromagnetic waves travel through space at the speed of light and so are gravitational waves" That means, space contains something that helps objects to interact with other objects i.e. gravitational force is caused by the curved geometry of spacetime. Mass is another but interaction with space itself-and now its found that the massive higgs boson is responsible for it. And so, in the same way, electromagnetic charges does so... And all other fundamental forces need their own particles and geometries in spacetime...

Doesn't it make sense? doesn't it apply to the current theories? If so or not please express your opinion by just putting in a comment!

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Note by Fahad Shihab
3 years, 11 months ago

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In this sense, then we can conclude that both Electromagnetic waves and gravitational waves are both the effects of spacetime itself... and it shows that an electric charge can 'also bend' space in another perspective. This is like picturing empty space as an ocean, and both electromagnetic waves and gravitational waves travel as a sound wave in it at a constant speed. That's how \(c\) is a constant.

Fahad Shihab - 3 years, 11 months ago

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the higgs boson is not massless. In fact, researchers were surprised at how much mass it had. Also, all the variables are not the same. In the point charge equation the q's are charge while in Newton's Law of Gravitation it is mass.

Will-i-am Guo - 2 years, 1 month ago

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Sorry. It is a mistake typing. It is massive(600 GeV)

Fahad Shihab - 2 years, 1 month ago

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well friend, electromagnetism has been successfully explained by Quantum ElectroDynamics(QED), in terms of photon exchange.

Nishant Singh - 3 years, 11 months ago

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Quantum Electrodynamics is a subject in which a physicist called R.Feynman did think of. First, this weird theory came as a logic, probable theory. Then, it became a part of Quantum Mechanics. But why do these guys explain electromagnetism by exchanging particles of light. It DOESN'T make sense. Only mathematics dominates in this field.

Then why believe!!!

But Here, I explained these forces in terms of deformations in fields and it explains almost all effects (including Inertia!!!) with good simplicity. Nothing else. But, using this I got most formulae same as the one explained in quantum theory.

What if this is true?

Fahad Shihab - 3 years, 11 months ago

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It is not true. QED itself is entirely mathematical so saying that only mathematics dominates in this field doesn't make sense because it IS entirely mathematical. And how did you get some formula same as the one explained in quantum theory using yours?

Will-i-am Guo - 2 years, 1 month ago

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@Will-i-am Guo Yeah you're right. I understood that Math ITSELF makes sense. But I didn't understand what you were saying about getting formulas.

Fahad Shihab - 2 years, 1 month ago

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I think the dark matter is the thing which helps object to interect with other object

Atul Tiwari - 3 years, 11 months ago

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no it's not

Will-i-am Guo - 2 years, 1 month ago

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n this sense, then we can conclude that both Electromagnetic waves and gravitational waves are both the effects of spacetime itself... and it shows that an electric charge can 'also bend' space in another perspective. This is like picturing empty space as an ocean, and both electromagnetic waves and gravitational waves travel as a sound wave in it at a constant speed. That's how c is a constant.

Sk Motiur Rahaman - 3 years, 11 months ago

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