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# Mass and Charge: The Electric Universe

Hi! Most of you know about Newtonian physics and Coulomb's charge equation, probably a bit into relativity and quantum mechanics. Keep relativity and QM away for a bit of time.

Take those both equations... $$F=\frac{GMm}{r^{2}}$$ and $$F=\frac{kQq}{r^{2}}$$ You know that $$F=a\frac{1}{r^{2}}$$(I have put the constant a in order to show that F is proportional)

It is clear that as $$g=\frac{GM}{r^{2}}$$, $$Q_{acceleration}=\frac{kQ}{r^{2}}$$ And it is clear that $$F=Q(Q_{acceleration})$$ That means, Force can be said in terms of charges???

Here, classical mechanics itself proves that charge and mass are same, but their powers are different, and their inertia.

I don't know whether it is nonsense or not, but sometimes we can better check it experimentally

3 years, 11 months ago

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- 3 years, 11 months ago