History and Philosophy of Physics


Gravity and Inertia Are Two Sides of Same Coin

Authors: Krishan Vats

Gravitational mass and inertial mass, have been found quantitatively same in experiments, but they are still considered two different concepts/phenomena in all physics literature. This article puts forth the idea that the two are conceptually same, not different. Therefore they are also always found to be quantitatively same. Which is not a coincidence; It is proposed that gravity and inertia are indeed one and same phenomena. This concept of identical phenomenon is presented to physicists to prove or disprove. For clarifying purpose, same concept is stated multiple times with slightly different wordings.

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