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Light Is, Very Definitely Not The Source Of All (kinetic) Force

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on December 11, 2003 19:09:19 UTC

Hi Selsick,
You wrote:
"Light induces small currents in all matter.These currents or Zitterbewegung cause the attraction of gravity. A lack of light would effect this induction and cause the Allais' effect. Obviously it only effects gravitation if the light is actually blocked out as in an eclipse and not every month.This current amounts to about 30mA/kg/m. As it averages out is not measured in any other way.

The gravitational masses of the sun and other planets have been calculated backwards and may not correspond to an amount of matter in the way that we generally think.

The weak and strong forces inside atoms are caused by induced dipoles and thus are proportional to 1/r^4.

Light is the source of all the forces holding the universe together."


If a team is able, using this theory, to create gravity and the other forces "holding the universe together," then this is a wonderful
discovery. Calling it the "source" may be mere semantics and unnecessary to defend, yet I will
comment.
Light itself is "created" (actually, "released") by arranging a meeting between catalysts and matter. The forces that "hold the universe together" derive their properties from (and impart their forces to) the unequal or even distribution pattern of the materials. A galaxie that absorbs another becomes more massive. A sun gradually expells its materials to become less massive, while absorbing the materials whose orbits decay enough.

it's fun to think about this stuff!

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