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Free Fall of Elementary particles

On moving bodies and their electromagnetic forces

Nils Rognerud
Rognerud Research and Development, Concord, USA



This paper is a review of the problem of the observable action of gravitational forces on charged particles. The author discusses the induced electric fields and sometimes overlooked unique physicla properties. He analyses several experiments, showing the reality of the induced electric fields. The current interpretation, based on the idea of only one electric field, is compared with alternate approaches.

Update by author Nils Rognerud:

 Do not let this conservative abstract scare you off.  The paper contains factual scientific information about how gravity can be explained as an electro-magnetic effect.  

The information in this paper also opens the door for understanding how to build artificial electro-gravity fields and perhaps how we can build devices that will repel the electro-gravity fields from mother earth.  This will mean we can build cars without wheels, spaceships that do not use rocked fuel, voice and data communication without signal loss through ocean and earth.  Enjoy the paper.-

<Sept. 6, 1996>

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