Free Fall of Elementary Particles:

On moving bodies and their electromagnetic forces

by Nils Rognerud


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 the sometimes overlooked unique physical properties. He analyzes several experiments, showing the reality of the induced electric fields. The current interpretation, based on the idea of only one electric field, with certain characteristics, is compared with alternative approaches.

Keywords: physics, grand unification, gravity, electromagnetic, UFO, levitation, anti-gravity.


  1. Introduction
  2. Induction and Relativity
  3. The Motional Electric Field
  4. Magnetic Influences in a Zero B-Field
  5. Dielectric Effects from Divergent Electric Fields
  6. Gravitational Forces on Elementaty Particles
  7. Summary
  8. Acknowledgement
  9. References

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