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Dr. Borros Arneth
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Dr. Borros Arneth (Abstracts)
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The basic assumption here is that all natural forces can all be reduced to a single force. For this purpose, Coulomb's Law and the Law of Gravity are combined into a single law. This law yields, as an astonishing consequence, a new force, not described until now, having the form of a mass-charge force. This newly formulated mass-charge force is thought to be the force that counteracts Coulombs repulsion to hold together the nucleons in an atomic nucleus. As a result, a further natural force, namely the nuclear force, is also unified. Additionally by reducing the natural forces to a single force, the conservation laws are reduced. On the other hand, such a unification of physics only makes sense if gravitational and inertial masses are different: inertial mass increases with speed, whereas gravi-tational mass remains constant. Viewing equations concerning mass, the charge amounts usually are zero, thus q = 0 with it (bq, m) = m. Viewing equations concerning charge, the error is likewise negligibe, as charge increases with m only by the m/b-th part, where b = 1.1x109 kg/C) is chosen so that F = G z1z2/r2 is valid. Additionally, the mass of the electron per se is small. One can easily subsume mass and charge into a complex quantity: z = (bq, mo) = bq + mi. With this formulation gravitational mass and charge are combined to a single quantity. The result is a single law. When gravity is being considered, the charge of the body observed is zero and the Law of Gravity results. If the charge on the body being observed is not zero, then the result is essentially Coulomb's Law.