Gravity Caused by TEM Waves Operating on Dipoles in Atoms
Hans W. Giertz
Uppsa Research, Gnesta, Sweden.
DOI: 10.4236/ijaa.2013.32A007   PDF    HTML   XML   4,736 Downloads   7,722 Views   Citations


The study displays the existence of a gravitational singularity in the universe generating synchronized and extremely low frequency plane TEM (transverse electromagnetic) waves. It is proposed that atomic intrinsic electromagnetic fields create resonance with these plane TEM waves, causing atoms to receive and to re-emit synchronized plane TEM waves. The energy flow of synchronized plane TEM waves, travelling in opposite directions between e.g. two atoms, creates mutual force of attraction, i.e. gravity. Consequently, gravity is not an intrinsic atomic feature; however, the result of passive atoms exposed to electromagnetic energy. The study describes how plane TEM waves emitted by the gravitational singularity were measured. The study also displays how gravity from the earth, moon, sun and the gravitational singularity was measured and how gravity was simulated using an electronic device. The present electromagnetic law of gravity is compared with Newtonian geometric law of gravity.

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H. Giertz, "Gravity Caused by TEM Waves Operating on Dipoles in Atoms," International Journal of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Vol. 3 No. 2A, 2013, pp. 39-50. doi: 10.4236/ijaa.2013.32A007.

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