posted on Jun, 7 2009 @ 09:28 PM
I am enjoying this thanks.
If I were to just apply electronic principles.
I would think of gas, dust or any type matter or antimatter would attract or repel at an atomic level.
Valance shells attracting or repelling simply connecting to form as close to inert charges as possible.
The larger the charge the more attraction or repulsion.
I tried to study Tesla's concepts & kept running into electrostatic concepts completely skimmed over. Only concentrating the AC principles.
If the universe is simply a Electrostatic circuit. Then Gravity is simply the difference in charge. If a body was just charged to hold the right Cap
charge then it would eventually it would hover, if continued it would be pushed away.
It would be like the sun or a star would have 2 poles of a battery.
The flux flows between them threw space "in a vacuum" like a vacume tube.
The planets would act as moving grids to accelerate or impede the flow.
Because they are not fixed in space they would be pushed or pulled by the impact of the flow depending on the charge of the planet. I would think
that it would force the body's to reach an equidistant point between the poles. The older the formation the more ridged the alignment.
I dont read much so this maybe BS or someone has given it a name already.
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