Experimental determination of g1829 g2868 should be quite straightforward using

Experimental determination of g1829 g2868 should be

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Experimental determination of g1829 g2868 should be quite straightforward using one of a collimated sources of S -field described later on in this article. Since g1829 g2868 is likely to be similar for all objects composed from atoms, it should also be the same for a single atom of hydrogen (protium) that we considered earlier, so g1829 g2868g3009 g3404 g2011 g2868 uni0038g2024 g2870 g1857g2033 g3046 g1865 g3009 g3404 uni0031uni0030 g2871 g2011 g2868 uni0038g2024 g2870 g1857g2033 g3046 uni0031uni002Euni0030uni0030uni0037uni0039uni0034 g1840 g3002 uni002C g4666uni0039g4667 where uni006Duni0061uni0073uni0073uni006Funi0066uni0068uni0079uni0064uni0072uni006Funi0067uni0065uni006E was expressed by its atomic mass using the Avogadro constant g1840 g3002 : g1865 g3009 g3404uni0031uni002Euni0030uni0030uni0037uni0039uni0034g1499uni0031uni0030 g2879g2871 uni002Fg1840 g3002 . Calculation of g1829 g2868 for other atoms and for bodies composed from atoms indicates that the Newton’s law of gravitation is an approximation of reality, parameter G appearing slightly different for different elements and isotopes. See Appendix 1 for details. Since g2033 g3046 and g2011 g2868 seem related to all objects composed from atoms, they are good candidates for fundamental constants and may have a quantum foundation. Attractive and repulsive gravity The necessary condition for gravitation force to exist between two objects is existence of spinning charges in each object . Each object may contain both positively and negatively charged spinning components. In such a case the resultant spin current g1869g2033 in each object is an integral (sum) of all contributing spin currents. Spinning objects with similar charge polarity (the same sign of g1869g2033 ) would attract themselves gravitationally. For example, spinning electron would gravitationally attract another spinning electron. Spinning objects with opposite charge polarity (the opposite sign of g1869g2033 ) would repel one another gravitationally. For example a spinning electron would be gravitationally repelled by a spinning proton.
NU Journal of Discovery, Vol 9, July 2013, NUjournal.net/Physics-of-gravity.pdf 3 Matter and antimatter should repel one another gravitationally. Spinning atoms or objects composed of atoms (not ions) in their neutral state should not alter the S field or associates forces, because the increment in angular velocity of spin is identical for electrons and protons in atomic nuclei so that the cumulative spin current for such object remains unchanged. Repulsive gravity in our neighbourhood Solar wind Our Sun is known to emit so-called “solar wind” composed of protons. “Clouds” of such protons of varying size and intensity reach Earth everyday. On approach they are redirected by the Earth’s magnetic field towards magnetic poles. When the flux and/or kinetic energy of “solar wind” protons increases due to increased solar activity they cause “magnetic storms” and other electromagnetic disruptions at locations quite distant from the magnetic poles of Earth.

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