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Synonyms for electromagnetism

magnetism produced by an electric current

the branch of physics concerned with electromagnetic phenomena

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When, however, all ponderable matter is constituted as a sum of charged particles, and the force of gravity as shown is an electromagnetic phenomenon by energy exchange in the aether space between any pair of masses via a radiant flux O [erg/sec], which is proportional to the product of the two masses, we generally have with some local value of [rho] the Newtonian force between [M.
that gravity is an electromagnetic phenomenon, and that it is the relation shown herein between charges and masses which governs the gravitational force between the neutron's proton and electron at the extreme energy density of the free neutron.
By the foregoing presentation of the theory and physics of the aether we have shown that gravitation is an electromagnetic phenomenon, and that the force of gravity is the result of an enduring exchange of radiant energy between mass and aether, by which the energy of the fundamental particles fluctuates consistently with the QED-findings regarding the fundamental charge/mass proportion of the electron.
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