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These equations complete Maxwell Equations for Electromagnetic field and make them symmetric.

So, Gravity field intensity "g" has dimension of acceleration, it is a vector value.

curl g = 0 , this is first equation

div g = -4*pi*G*(ro) -G/(2*c2)*(E2 + H2) - g2/(2*c2)

this is second equation.

G is Newton constant, (ro) is density of substance, E and H are the electromagnetic field intensity, c -speed of light, c2, g2, E2, H2 are (c Squared) and etc. pi=3.1415927

From these equations we find the Gravity field density as:

W = - g2/(8*pi*G)

It is unexpected, that gravity constant G is in a denominator in this expression.

These equations are suggesting to discuss.

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# Gravity field differential equations

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