### Author Topic: Poor man's unified field theory  (Read 1489 times)

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##### Re: Poor man's unified field theory
« Reply #16 on: August 22, 2020, 23:29:38 pm »
Search for hooper's electrogravity research   , ofcourse he mistaken this force for gravity because this force cannot be shielded but the experiments he did on the motional electric field were true , this was cambridge 1940 little bit after relativity theory, what he measured was that when the magnetic flux moves it produces a lorrentz force, the lorrentz force is the relative speed of the magnetic flux to the charge so it's not only F = q v x B but F = q v x B + B v x q , by using this equation you can solve the faraday disk paradox properly, there are two magnetic flux forces for a charge on the disk . you can only get measurable voltage on the disk when you cancel the second term of the modified lorrentz law because that's when the force vectors (directions) are constant. The speed of charges in a conductor is very slow that's why the resulting motional electric field force is very low to be easily measurable but the speed of a free charge is higher so the force resulting from a spark will be higher.

http://www.rexresearch.com/hooper/horizon.html
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##### Re: Poor man's unified field theory
« Reply #17 on: September 13, 2020, 23:00:31 pm »
here is a scribble to understand this very basic "hidden" force , it translates to all electric phenomena and because the speed of electrons inside metal conductors is close to zero this force is tiny due to wires but it's big when talking about sparks because the speed of electrons is very large in sparks , it also coincide with the way sparks evolve, after some kilovolts sparks behave differently because of this force getting bigger than coulomb force so the total force changes signs , ofcourse you have to put relative speeds in, this is a relativity phenomena and the second term needs to account for a stationary observer on the stationary electron

https://imgur.com/a/js57EnW

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