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Could Gravity be an Electrostatic force?

  1. Jul 18, 2008 #1
    I stumbled with this paper that propose the idea that gravity could possibly be an Electrostatic force. Im no physicist but I would like to know your points of view about it, since gravity is a puzzling force.


    I have also heard about some possible bizare phenomenon that might have a relationship between electricity and gravity, like the hutshinson effect, electrogravity, and some other theories like Stochastic Electrodynamics that claim that gravity could be a force that comes from the vaccum energy.

    What do you guys make of this, could this ideas about gravity be fruitful?
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  3. Jul 19, 2008 #2

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