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Topic: easiest solution of gravity as magnetic monopoles #1233 New Physics
#1353 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

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easiest solution of gravity as magnetic monopoles #1233 New Physics
#1353 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

Posted: Feb 16, 2013 4:55 PM
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There is an easiest gravity solution and we must always consider it
seriously.

Previously I gave the solution for gravity as that of (a) uneven
electromagnetic charge distribution coupled with enormous EM power of
10^40 stronger than gravity. Trouble with that solution is that we
still have to account for repulsion. For why would gravity always be
attraction.

So in the case of attraction or repulsion, I proposed the Atom
Totality solution (b) where the Atom Totality is a electron in our
region of Space and so all the magnetic monopoles are of one charge
only, attraction.

However, last night I came upon the easiest solution of all. It may be
the true solution or it may just be an easier solution than (b). There
are still many facts of the Cosmos that need to be considered, such as
whether far away distant galaxies do in fact show antigravity of a
repulsion and acceleration away from one another. And our local
galaxies showing only attraction. But let me list the easiest and
third solution.

Solution (c) is the easiest of all, and it takes into account that we
know little to nothing about magnetic monopoles. Solution (c) says
that a magnetic monopole M- is attractive to both M- and M+, and ditto
for M+. Now maybe M- is more attractive to M+ rather than M-, but
still, their is no repulsion force in magnetic monopoles. There is a
repulsion in magnetic dipoles, but not magnetic monopoles.

Now, we easily solve gravity because monopoles exist where mass exists
and their abundance and distribution follows the abundance and
distribution of mass. So we eliminated repulsion out of EM force and
gravity is thus the smallest of the Coulomb forces for it is just the
attraction of magnetic monopoles.

Now, perhaps I can combine solutions (c) with (b) in that the Maxwell
Equations do not support (c) in a elimination of repulsion. But if we
include (b) of the Cosmos being a single atom of 231Pu and our local
galaxies showing only attraction force because our local galaxies are
part of the last electron Space of 231Pu, that masks the repulsion and
allows only a residual attraction.

We have to keep in mind also, of patches of stronger forces of gravity
as EM, for instance the Rings of Saturn as solid-body-rotation is a
stronger gravity field than the planets around the Sun, and the solid-
body-rotation of many spiral galaxies is stronger gravity than the
gravity of the planets around the Sun. So in those cases of stronger
gravity than the usual gravity, we have to adjust the abundance or
power of the magnetic monopoles in play.

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