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where:F=force, m=mass,a=static gravitational field,v=velocity of mass 'current', x=cross product,w=angular velocity of rotating mass.

To confirm:

Follow Maxwell's derivation for electromagnetic equations, but rather than initiating withF=qEas the static manefestation of the force, exchange charge for mass by usingF=ma. Continue tensor derivation with mass in the place of charge and the above force equation will become evident. Equation can then be used to unify electromagnetic forces with gravitational ones. Also confirms the existence of gravitons.

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Zarko

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# Unifying Gravitational Force Equation

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