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What do we know about the Fundamental Forces? Here are some things that I know.

Engineer Xavier Borg offers the following observations about the simularity of three of the five forces field equations, from EMRP Push Gravity Theory: Introduction.

"The equations governing the three different force fields are:
   Electrostatic Force F = KQ1Q2/R2 .... K=1/4pieo, Q= charge, R = distance

   Gravitational Force F = GM1M2/R2 .... G= gravitational constant, M= mass, R = distance
   Magnetic Force F      = UM1M2/R2 .... U=1/u, M= magnetic monopoles strength, R = distance
One immediately observes that each force field equation has its own constant of proportionality, but otherwise, seem to be analogous to each other. Looking at the SI units of force that is Kgm/s2 doesn't help much, but here is where the new ST system of units comes to rescue. The similarity between them can be best explained by analyzing the space time dimensions of force itself. The dimensions of ANY force field in ST units are T/S2.... T=time, S=distance. So, we see that the inverse square law (S-2) is not something directly related to magnetism, electric fields or gravity, but is contained in the definition of force itself."

Engineer Borg is right about the "each force field equation has its own constant of proportionality, but otherwise, seems to be analogous to each other", but only if you ignore the fact that two of the three forces have a dual nature, pull AND push. Gravity only has the nature of a "pull".

He doesn't seem to understand that the "constant of proportionality" is the "volume of action" ratio, since these forces all have the "mysterious" ability to cause "action-at-a-distance".
The Gravitational constant "G" = 6.6730 x 10-11 m3 kg-1 s-2
The Electrostatic constant "kC" ~ 8.988 x 109 N m2 C-2
The Coulomb force constant "e0" ~ 8.854 x 10-12 N-1 m-2 C2
In regards to the definition of force, T/S2.... T=time, S=distance, I see the direct correspondence to the definition of "FLOW".


Macro examples of forces as a "flow" of a fluid (in declining visiblity of the fluid) are:

Even though the "action-at-a-distance" effects have no visible fluids, the equivalent results require equivalent rationales.

gravity1   GRAVITY  Strength
 6 x 10-39
    *
 Range (m)
 Infinite or
 6 x 1015
 Direction:
   toward
  the center
 Action:
 always
 attractive
 Flow  Type:
 Sink
 vortex
fission
     WEAK
 Strength
   6 x 10-6
 Range (m)
    10-18
 Direction:
   toward
  the center
 Action:
 always
 attractive
 Flow  Type:
 Sink
 vortex
quark
   STRONG
 Strength
      1
 Range (m)
    10-15
 Direction:
   toward
  the center
 Action:
 always
 attractive
 Flow  Type:
 Sink
 vortex
magnet lines   ELECTRO-
  MAGNETIC
 Strength
   7.3 -3
   Range
   Infinite
 Direction:
   toward
   other    ferrites
 Action:
 attractive
 and pushing
 Flow  Type:
 Torus
 spiral
gyroscope  GYROSCOPIC  Strength
    ~3 -3
    **
   Range
   a few
 centimeters
 Direction:
   outward
   from    center
 Action:
 resist
 tipping
 Flow  Type:
 Donut
 spiral

 * The numeric values were taken from the web-site of Georgia State University,
 although other web-sites differ slightly.
** This numeric value is my estimate, since NO "real physicist" will even acknowlege the existance of a seperate gyroscopic force.

The truth is in the details

ERGO: All forces-at-a-distance are the direct result of an Aether flow.


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