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Morton F. Spears
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Morton F. Spears (Books)

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by Morton F. Spears

Pages: 120
Publisher: Quill Publications, Inc.
Year: 1993
ISBN: 096299331X

Websites: www2.econ.iastate.edu/tesfatsi/MFSpears/

An electronic circuit approach to gravity is furthered in this second book, building on the capacitance theory of gravity developed in CTG-Book I (see above).

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by Morton F. Spears

Pages: 100
Publisher: Quill Publications, Inc.
Year: 1991
ISBN: 0962993301

Websites: www2.econ.iastate.edu/tesfatsi/MFSpears/

Every object or particle floating in space has capacitance to its background and to other objects or particles. For electrically energized objects or particles, capacitance establishes the ratio of charge-to-voltage, but needs neither charge nor voltage to exist. It is part of the fundamental nature of the universe. Yet capacitance is rarely, if ever, included in theories of basic forces and fields. This book demonstrates some of the profound effects of capacitance, establishing correct qualitative and precise quantitative characteristics of gravity as confirmed by the many empirical observations and measurements made through the years.