Newtonian gravity: Consider
two simple single charged matter particles 1,2 of masses M1, M2,
and charges q1,q2
of any signs, that are separated at a distance r in a
dielectric vacuum medium (Fig 1). Either particle, i,
is according to the IED model composed of charge qi
of zero rest mass, but oscillating at characteristic frequency
hence having a mass Mi=i/c2.
The internal total electromagnetic radiation fields
of 1, generated by its charge q1
induce in the vacuum dielectric depolarisation radiation (DR)
are propagated at time t to the location
of particle 2 as
the susceptibility of the dielectric vacuum.
charge q2 of particle 2 is acted on a Lorentz
magnetic force, or DR Lorentz force
See Fig 1. And conversely an attractive Lorentz magnetic force
is acted on q1 due to the radiation fields of charge
q2. The mutual mean DR Lorentz force n is, for q1,q2=±e,
linear mass density of the vacuum.
is always attractive irrespective the signs of the charges, has
an inverse square formula, and is capable to penetrate
through matter unhinded. F resembles in all respects Newton's gravity;
represents Newton's gravitational constant.
make up a gravitational wave, as a vacuuon dipole wave, in the
vacuum at the velocity of light c. and do
not interact with matter.
3) Since the electromagnetic fields
are quantized, it follows that the gravitational force
and the gravitational fields are quantized (Pub
4) The gravitational force and fields have their origins in
5) A corresponding scheme leads also to a prediction of a Doebner-Goldin form of self gravity
Professor B Johansson
through the post doc funding + researches in 1995-2000
paved the way for the present unification research.
P-I Johansson has given continued funding support for the
unification research. Professor H-DD has communicated many discussions
since QTS 4 2005;
Professors NA (), IL ();Profs RL (), CB (); .
Professors B Johansson and NA were the first
professors who saw the significances of the de Broglie wave solutions for
the IED particle (2000-02) and polarizable dielectric vacuum.