Classical Physics

   

The Law of Maxwell-Whittaker: Force of Gravity and Inertia

Authors: Sanchez Uriarte, Oscar

In this article, the Maxwell-Wittaker law is used to describe magnetic phenomena instead of the Lorentz Force. Certain similarities are mentioned with Weber's proposals and a more elementary interaction is proposed, which justifies it. From there, a possibility is obtained to explain the gravitational and inertial phenomena.

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[v1] 2019-06-21 10:05:52

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