There are two force equations in this wiki page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitoelectromagnetism
The Attempt at a Solution
The conventional Lorentz force is
[tex]F = q(E + v \times B)[/tex]
It says that the gravielectromagnetic force equation:
[tex]F = m(E_g + v \times B_g)[/tex]
Is it's gravitational analogue. Yet, the only difference between the equations is that mass and charge have been exchanged.
How can the dimensions be right in the second equation?