[ RadSafe ] strong, weak, EM, gravity

henric.bolander at vattenfall.com henric.bolander at vattenfall.com
Wed Mar 9 02:53:33 CST 2016

Thank you Joseph for the suggested reading. I do believe that someday, quite soon, this slippery matter will be "solved" and will bring some new fancy technology along with it. My own knowledge and understanding in the area is somewhat...infinitesimal. But I do love to read about it and will read the Goldhaber and the other guys book! Thanks again =)

/Henric Nilsson

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From: radsafe-bounces at health.phys.iit.edu [mailto:radsafe-bounces at health.phys.iit.edu] On Behalf Of Joseph Preisig
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Subject: [ RadSafe ] strong, weak, EM, gravity


     Hope you all are well.  Stong  Weak  Electromagnetic  Gravity  --- 4 fundamental forces.  You can read about how they are connected in the book Experimental Foundations of Particle Physics by Goldhaber and another guy.
Get the latest version of the book with all the neutrino stuff in the back of the book.  The relationships of the weak strong and EM forces are now pretty well known.  See Wikipedia on the internet also....

    I guess Einstein was trying, at the end of his career, to link gravity to the other 3 forces.  Trying to make a Unified Field Theory.  Google UFT, if you wish.  The weak force is involved with neutron decay.

    So, for a while now I've been posting on Radsafe about advanced flight propulsion systems and how they work.  These propulsion systems have led me to think of a fairly simple Gedanken (i.e. Einstein's thought experiments) experiment which might possibly result in a nice link between the EM and gravity forces.  This experiment can be run with some effort, and I think it has been run in various ways.  This email is just a message to suggest that a connection between the EM and gravity forces exists.  And, some good theoretical physicists, in time, can probably write some equations which describe the connection between the EM force and gravity.  Think about the problem, if you wish, and think about the advanced propulsion systems (circa 1940-1945) and maybe you can come up with the same gedanken experiment.

     I have sent an email about the gedanken experiement to several friends, and may continue to work on this problem.  Maybe UFT will be completed one day soon.  A good book on Gravitation/General Relativity is
by Misner, Thorn and Wheeler.  google special relativity   or    general
relativity   .

     Joe Preisig
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