Gravity is easily explained as a manifestation of the electric force. It is a result of the interacting fields of positive i-neutrinos and negative i-neutrinos surrounding neutral bodies.
Gravity
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Neutral bodies are merely bodies that have no net external charge. However, their internal structure comprises countless atoms all made of protons and electrons and the whole structure is sitting in a sea of neutrinos. The neutrinos colliding with protons will pick up a small positive charge imprint and those colliding with electrons will pick up a small negative imprint.
Dipoles
Neutron Decay
However, if we bring a second neutral body into the frame there will now be a space between them which contains zero point, positive and negative i-neutrinos. Because the two bodies are net neutral, the flux density of i-neutrinos in the space will be low.
For such a body in isolation, these neutrinos will dissipate their charge imprints naturally through collisions with the zero point neutrinos in the rest of the universe, or with each other, and so nothing of any great interest happens.
Nonetheless, the more matter there is within the bodies, the more charge imprinted neutrinos there will be and so the greater the effect, which is why larger and denser bodies exhibit higher gravity. However, no matter how large the bodies are, compared to the electric force between charged bodies, gravity will always be tiny.
The closer the bodies are to each other, the greater will be the density of positive and negative i-neutrinos and so the stronger the effect. The force follows Newton’s inverse square law for terrestrial gravity, which is really just a special case of Coulomb’s Law for electrical charge.
It’s interesting and reassuring to note that, because gravity arises as a small fraction of the electric force for charged bodies, any negatively charged body in space will always be repelled more strongly by the negatively charged Earth than it will be attracted by gravity. Since all objects in space have an external negative charge, a collision with, say, an asteroid is extremely unlikely. Small objects, getting close enough to us, will dissipate in long glowing streaks as our electric field strips matter from them before they disappear and large objects will break up, sometimes explosively, as their internal structure is disrupted by the huge electric forces involved. Such an extremely rare close encounter could, of course, be highly destructive in the local area below such an event, but the catastrophic consequences of actual impact would be avoided.
Within that space there will be collisions between the negative and positive i-neutrinos from one body and the negative and positive i- neutrinos from the other. We can ignore the collisions between zero point and zero point neutrinos since they do not exchange or contribute imprints and hence play no part. We therefore have four possible types of neutrino collision, each with the same probability: Positive i-neutrinos meet positive i-neutrinos Negative i-neutrinos meet negative i-neutrinos Positive i-neutrinos meet negative i-neutrinos Negative i-neutrinos meet positive i-neutrinos
Gravity is a thus a particular manifestation of the electric force. It is, as it were, the low level ‘background’ attraction that always exists between all bodies, whether charged or not. However, gravity will always be tiny compared to the electric force between charged bodies. This is because it is due to the small change in size of already small low-charge i-neutrinos rather than the large change in size between zero point and high-charge i-neutrinos, as we get when charged bodies are involved, and also because the flux density of the i-neutrino clouds involved and hence the number of collisions is low compared to the very high flux densities we get with charged bodies.
There will therefore be a low density mixed cloud of positive and negative i-neutrinos surrounding the body.
The net effect is that the aether between the two bodies shrinks slightly and the bodies are pulled together. This resulting force, which is always attractive, is what we call gravity.
Also, gravity is the result of i-neutrinos emanating from the whole of each body whilst the repelling negative-negative electric force is a surface to surface effect. This means that, since both obey a separating distance inverse square law, the measured distance between them is centre to centre for attracting gravity but surface to surface for the repelling electric force. As bodies approach each other, this difference becomes more significant.
The first two result in the neutrinos ‘bouncing’, one with a decreased charge imprint and the other with an increased charge imprint but with no net change
Before collisions
After collisions
The four typical types of neutrino collision and the results
Net smaller i-neutrinos - aether shrinks
i-neutrinos from each body collide
Field of colliding positive and negative i-neutrinos Low flux density of mixed positive and negative i-neutrinos Neutral body Neutral body
This is why, for instance, the moon neither crashes into us nor disappears off into the distance. It is orbiting in a state of dynamic equilibrium in which, should it be pushed toward us, the surface to surface effect of electrical repulsion would outweigh the centre to centre effect of gravity and it would be repelled. The same would happen in reverse so that, should it be pushed away from us, gravity would attract it back. This same mechanism preserves the equilibrium and stability of all orbiting bodies.
As a manifestation of the electric force, gravity is a result of the aether almost instantly contracting between the bodies and therefore the ‘speed’ of gravity dwarfs the speed of light. That means that the gravitational attraction between us and the Sun is virtually instant as is the attraction between stars many thousands of light years apart in galaxies.
The last two result in two neutrinos in each case emerging with lower charge imprints (half the difference each) and therefore a smaller size
Gravity is easily explained as a manifestation of the electric force. It is a result of the interacting fields of positive i-neutrinos and negative i- neutrinos surrounding neutral bodies.
Gravity
-
Dipoles
Neutron Decay
Neutral bodies are merely bodies that have no net external charge. However, their internal structure comprises countless atoms all made of protons and electrons and the whole structure is sitting in a sea of neutrinos. The neutrinos colliding with protons will pick up a small positive charge imprint and those colliding with electrons will pick up a small negative imprint.
However, if we bring a second neutral body into the frame there will now be a space between them which contains zero point, positive and negative i-neutrinos. Because the two bodies are net neutral, the flux density of i-neutrinos in the space will be low.
For such a body in isolation, these neutrinos will dissipate their charge imprints naturally through collisions with the zero point neutrinos in the rest of the universe, or with each other, and so nothing of any great interest happens.
Nonetheless, the more matter there is within the bodies, the more charge imprinted neutrinos there will be and so the greater the effect, which is why larger and denser bodies exhibit higher gravity. However, no matter how large the bodies are, compared to the electric force between charged bodies, gravity will always be tiny.
The closer the bodies are to each other, the greater will be the density of positive and negative i-neutrinos and so the stronger the effect. The force follows Newton’s inverse square law for terrestrial gravity, which is really just a special case of Coulomb’s Law for electrical charge.
It’s interesting and reassuring to note that, because gravity arises as a small fraction of the electric force for charged bodies, any negatively charged body in space will always be repelled more strongly by the negatively charged Earth than it will be attracted by gravity. Since all objects in space have an external negative charge, a collision with, say, an asteroid is extremely unlikely. Small objects, getting close enough to us, will dissipate in long glowing streaks as our electric field strips matter from them before they disappear and large objects will break up, sometimes explosively, as their internal structure is disrupted by the huge electric forces involved. Such an extremely rare close encounter could, of course, be highly destructive in the local area below such an event, but the catastrophic consequences of actual impact would be avoided.
Within that space there will be collisions between the negative and positive i-neutrinos from one body and the negative and positive i- neutrinos from the other. We can ignore the collisions between zero point and zero point neutrinos since they do not exchange or contribute imprints and hence play no part. We therefore have four possible types of neutrino collision, each with the same probability: Positive i-neutrinos meet positive i-neutrinos Negative i-neutrinos meet negative i-neutrinos Positive i-neutrinos meet negative i-neutrinos Negative i-neutrinos meet positive i-neutrinos
Gravity is a thus a particular manifestation of the electric force. It is, as it were, the low level ‘background’ attraction that always exists between all bodies, whether charged or not. However, gravity will always be tiny compared to the electric force between charged bodies. This is because it is due to the small change in size of already small low-charge i-neutrinos rather than the large change in size between zero point and high-charge i-neutrinos, as we get when charged bodies are involved, and also because the flux density of the i-neutrino clouds involved and hence the number of collisions is low compared to the very high flux densities we get with charged bodies.
There will therefore be a low density mixed cloud of positive and negative i-neutrinos surrounding the body.
The net effect is that the aether between the two bodies shrinks slightly and the bodies are pulled together. This resulting force, which is always attractive, is what we call gravity.
Also, gravity is the result of i-neutrinos emanating from the whole of each body whilst the repelling negative-negative electric force is a surface to surface effect. This means that, since both obey a separating distance inverse square law, the measured distance between them is centre to centre for attracting gravity but surface to surface for the repelling electric force. As bodies approach each other, this difference becomes more significant.
The first two result in the neutrinos ‘bouncing’, one with a decreased charge imprint and the other with an increased charge imprint but with no net change
Before collisions
After collisions
The four typical types of neutrino collision and the results
Net smaller i- neutrinos - aether shrinks
i-neutrinos from each body collide
This is why, for instance, the moon neither crashes into us nor disappears off into the distance. It is orbiting in a state of dynamic equilibrium in which, should it be pushed toward us, the surface to surface effect of electrical repulsion would outweigh the centre to centre effect of gravity and it would be repelled. The same would happen in reverse so that, should it be pushed away from us, gravity would attract it back. This same mechanism preserves the equilibrium and stability of all orbiting bodies.
As a manifestation of the electric force, gravity is a result of the aether almost instantly contracting between the bodies and therefore the ‘speed’ of gravity dwarfs the speed of light. That means that the gravitational attraction between us and the Sun is virtually instant as is the attraction between stars many thousands of light years apart in galaxies.
Field of colliding positively charge imprinted and negatively charge imprinted neutrinos
Low flux density of mixed positively charge imprinted and negatively charge imprinted neutrinos
Neutral body
Neutral body
Gravity is easily explained as a manifestation of the electric force. It is a result of the interacting fields of positive i-neutrinos and negative i-neutrinos surrounding neutral bodies.
Gravity
Dipoles
Neutron Decay
Neutral bodies are merely bodies that have no net external charge. However, their internal structure comprises countless atoms all made of protons and electrons and the whole structure is sitting in a sea of neutrinos. The neutrinos colliding with protons will pick up a small positive charge imprint and those colliding with electrons will pick up a small negative imprint.
However, if we bring a second neutral body into the frame there will now be a space between them which contains zero point, positive and negative i-neutrinos. Because the two bodies are net neutral, the flux density of i-neutrinos in the space will be low.
For such a body in isolation, these neutrinos will dissipate their charge imprints naturally through collisions with the zero point neutrinos in the rest of the universe, or with each other, and so nothing of any great interest happens.
Nonetheless, the more matter there is within the bodies, the more charge imprinted neutrinos there will be and so the greater the effect, which is why larger and denser bodies exhibit higher gravity. However, no matter how large the bodies are, compared to the electric force between charged bodies, gravity will always be tiny.
The closer the bodies are to each other, the greater will be the density of positive and negative i-neutrinos and so the stronger the effect. The force follows Newton’s inverse square law for terrestrial gravity, which is really just a special case of Coulomb’s Law for electrical charge.
It’s interesting and reassuring to note that, because gravity arises as a small fraction of the electric force for charged bodies, any negatively charged body in space will always be repelled more strongly by the negatively charged Earth than it will be attracted by gravity. Since all objects in space have an external negative charge, a collision with, say, an asteroid is extremely unlikely. Small objects, getting close enough to us, will dissipate in long glowing streaks as our electric field strips matter from them before they disappear and large objects will break up, sometimes explosively, as their internal structure is disrupted by the huge electric forces involved. Such an extremely rare close encounter could, of course, be highly destructive in the local area below such an event, but the catastrophic consequences of actual impact would be avoided.
Within that space there will be collisions between the negative and positive i-neutrinos from one body and the negative and positive i-neutrinos from the other. We can ignore the collisions between zero point and zero point neutrinos since they do not exchange or contribute imprints and hence play no part. We therefore have four possible types of neutrino collision, each with the same probability: Positive i-neutrinos meet positive i-neutrinos Negative i-neutrinos meet negative i-neutrinos Positive i-neutrinos meet negative i-neutrinos Negative i-neutrinos meet positive i-neutrinos
Gravity is a thus a particular manifestation of the electric force. It is, as it were, the low level ‘background’ attraction that always exists between all bodies, whether charged or not. However, gravity will always be tiny compared to the electric force between charged bodies. This is because it is due to the small change in size of already small low-charge i-neutrinos rather than the large change in size between zero point and high-charge i-neutrinos, as we get when charged bodies are involved, and also because the flux density of the i-neutrino clouds involved and hence the number of collisions is low compared to the very high flux densities we get with charged bodies.
There will therefore be a low density mixed cloud of positive and negative i-neutrinos surrounding the body.
The net effect is that the aether between the two bodies shrinks slightly and the bodies are pulled together. This resulting force, which is always attractive, is what we call gravity.
Also, gravity is the result of i-neutrinos emanating from the whole of each body whilst the repelling negative-negative electric force is a surface to surface effect. This means that, since both obey a separating distance inverse square law, the measured distance between them is centre to centre for attracting gravity but surface to surface for the repelling electric force. As bodies approach each other, this difference becomes more significant.
The first two result in the neutrinos ‘bouncing’, one with a decreased charge imprint and the other with an increased charge imprint but with no net change
Before collisions
After collisions
The four typical types of neutrino collision and the results
Net smaller i-neutrinos - aether shrinks
i-neutrinos from each body collide
This is why, for instance, the moon neither crashes into us nor disappears off into the distance. It is orbiting in a state of dynamic equilibrium in which, should it be pushed toward us, the surface to surface effect of electrical repulsion would outweigh the centre to centre effect of gravity and it would be repelled. The same would happen in reverse so that, should it be pushed away from us, gravity would attract it back. This same mechanism preserves the equilibrium and stability of all orbiting bodies.
As a manifestation of the electric force, gravity is a result of the aether almost instantly contracting between the bodies and therefore the ‘speed’ of gravity dwarfs the speed of light. That means that the gravitational attraction between us and the Sun is virtually instant as is the attraction between stars many thousands of light years apart in galaxies.
Field of colliding positively charge imprinted and negatively charge imprinted neutrinos
Neutral body
Neutral body
Low flux density of mixed positively charge imprinted and negatively charge imprinted neutrinos