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MC Physics – Force Unification Using Mono-Charges- Supplemental

Authors: Kenneth D. Oglesby

MC Physics previously proposed unifying all fundamental forces as being derived from electro-static charge force. Force strength was caused by and only interacted with and between quantized mono-charges of a charge type and set charge strength. In a separate paper mono-charges and the F*SCoTt process to build all particles, atoms and matter were described. A modified Coulomb’s Law equation ( Charge Force, F = C1 * C2/ R^z ) for that unification was proposed, which also replaced Newton’s Law of Gravitation, and utilized a z relativistic impacted space exponent. For each individual mono-charge and from the measured experimental data, z = 1.0 (est. range 0.5 to 1.5) for fully relativistic compressed (down to 2 dimensional, circular dilution) space of the lowest known charged mono-charges (e.g. photons of light) moving at the relativistic speed of light; z = 2 for normal space that is mostly static of mixed low and high charged mono-charges (e.g. in typical binary mass bodies) as for gravity; and z > 3+ for stretched/ expanded space for static mono-charges of the highest strength, ie.quarks. The total force transaction z exponent between 2 mono-charges (MC1 and MC2) is proposed to be: z = ( z1 * z2 ) ^ 0.5

Comments: 3 Pages. Related to www.mcphysics.org website and viXra papers #1701.0002, #1611.0080 and #1609.0359

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