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  1. Re: Gravitation as a compensation interaction

    Ernie Nemeth, I will try to do what I can.

    The analysis you have given comes from the fact that the area with the missing field in its physical characteristics is absolutely identical to the...
  2. Re: Gravitation as a compensation interaction

    Ernie Nemeth, I'm not yet ready to say which approaches should be applied to the description of this phenomenon, I can only indicate the signs of its existence. It is possible that the quadrupole may...
  3. Re: Gravitation as a compensation interaction

    Ernie Nemeth, I believe that there really is not a multidimensional space, but multidimensionality of specific fields. I'll try to explain it.
    There is a simple criterion, according to which it is...
  4. Re: Gravitation as a compensation interaction

    Good evening, Foxie Loxie. I tried to imagine a space without fields, and I came to the paradoxical conclusion that if there are no fields, then there is no space. In my view, the fabric of the...
  5. Re: Gravitation as a compensation interaction

    Foxie Loxie, about the Lagrange points: electric forces do not allow a state of unstable equilibrium, like magnetic forces. The electric charge never takes an intermediate position. I will add one...
  6. Re: Gravitation as a compensation interaction

    Foxie Loxie, this is the first objection against the Theory of the Electric Universe that came to mind:
    In the electromagnetic interaction, there is no analog of such a phenomenon as Lagrange...
  7. Gravitation as a compensation interaction

    A simple and logical hypothesis about the nature of gravity is proposed. Its provisions are confirmed by data from a wide variety of areas of physics. These ideas, in the opinion of the author, can...
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