Classical Physics

   

Coulomb Electric Gravity And A Simple Unified Theory (SUT)

Authors: chan Rasjid Kah Chew

SUT is an aether theory. The fundamental substance of the universe is the electric charge, positive and negative. The aether is the substance of space, a superposition of two uniform charge density +ρ_a and −ρ_a . There is only a single universal force, the Coulomb electrical forces of attraction and repulsion. Gravitation is the result of a small excess of Coulomb attraction over repulsion. There is no neutron within the nucleus of atoms; it is just another proton within the nucleus plus a nuclear electron. Mass conservation is valid in itself without the need of mass-energy equivalence. SUT develops an electric mechanics with no need of a mass having an independent physical dimension. An electric mass defined as the magnitude of electric charge × volume completely replaces the gravitational mass concept. Newton’s three laws of motion is now adapted based only on the three dimensions elec- tric charge, space length and time. The space of electric mechanics is now an absolute frame of reference, the frame of the aether in which the speed of light is a constant.

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