Authors: Adham Ahmed Mohamed Ahmed
1.electromagnetic waves are taking the whole of the universe and space is in equilibrium with electromagnetic waves 2.electromagnetic waves are increased more than the equilubrium status of electromagnetic waves and electromagnetic waves are not in equilibrium with space and they start needing more space and time starts to act up by making the electromagnetic waves collapse on themselves into masses and the masses are expanding in space at the same time 3.masses reach a very large space and so they explode and form electromagnetic waves and they be at their best equilibrium /on 2 when the electromagnetic waves become collapsed on themselves they are doing gravitation and when they are expanding they are doing anti gravitation /we want to understand electrostatics /just like gravitation and antigravitation when we look at masses being compressed by gravitation and expanded by having more space we end up having electrostatic charges that keep atomic particles attracted so to sum it up there are four forces here 1.the force of expansion or repulsion(antigravitation) 2.the force of compression or attraction(gravitation) 3.the force of repulsion between charges(due to the masses as expanding in space would find more space and thus want to expand away from each other(but that doesnt happen more due to the force no. 2 the force of compression)) 4.the force of attraction between charges(due to the masses being compressed towards each other by time(something that is more than the force no.1 the force of expansion))
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