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From the common equilibrium point of view

  1. Dec 18, 2003 #1
    The basic rule of lever claims:
    Fm1 * Dm1 = Fm2 * Dm2 and
    Fm1 * Md2 = Fm2 * Md1 which results in
    Md1 * Dm1 = Md2 * Dm2
    where Md is an equilibrium mass in geometrical space and
    Dm is an equilibrium distance in gravitation space.


    Fq1 * Dq1 = Fq2 * Dq2 and
    Fq1 * Qd2 = -Fq2 * Qd1 which results in
    Qd1 * Dq1 = -Qd2 * Dq2
    where Qd is an equilibrium charge in geometrical space and
    Dq is an equilibrium distance in electrical space.


    Gq1 * Mq1 = Gq2 * Mq2 and
    Gq1 * Qm2 = -Gq2 * Qm1 which results in
    Mq1 * Qm1 = -Mq2 * Qm2
    where Mq is an equilibrium mass in electrical space and
    Qm is an equilibrium charge in gravitation space.

    If we review all the distances from common eqiulibrium point then:
    we have the system of following equations:
    D1 * M1 = D2 * M2 and
    M1 * Q1 = -M2 * Q2 and
    Q1 * D1 = -Q2 * D2

    The product of all left sides = to the product of all right sides so
    D1^2 * M1^2 * Q1^2 = D2^2 * M2^2 * Q2^2 finding the square root yields

    D1 * M1 * Q1 = -D2 * M2 * Q2

    where if (D1,M1,Q1) is matter particle then (D2,M2,Q2) is its balancing antimatter particle and D,M,Q are distance, mass and charge regarding same equilibrium point.

    Impresive A?
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