The development of Physics has been distorted by the order in which history presents discoveries and the development of ideas. With hindsight, we are able to reconstruct the development of concepts correcting mistakes. We summarize here the results of 20 years work which has produced a unified theory of electromagnetism and gravity. The relativistic effects are derived form EM theory and shown to be real physical phenomena. From the assertion that the purpose of magnetism in nature is to give elementary charged particles the property of inertial mass, we derive the laws of electromagnetism. Our theory of gravity predicts the effects of gravitational potential, but differs from GR in having no singularities and uniform contraction in length. Knowing that magnetic flux is quantized, we derive the quantized energy levels of hydrogen. We derive the effect of magnetic coupling and show that the electron does not have an intrinsic magnetic moment. We look at the structure of the photon and investigate wave particle duality. Our unified theory lacks only an explanation of the strong force.
This work shows that if the concept of the quantization of magnetic flux is included, a combination of electromagnetism and orbital mechanics predicts the quantized energy levels of the hydrogen atom.
This work shows that the energy released when a mass falls to earth actually comes from the energy E=mc2 stored in the electric fields of its electrons and quarks. This explains not only the force of gravity, but also the effects of gravitational potential. Rigorous proofs of the bending of light and the effects observed in the orbit of Mercury were included.
This paper shows how the assumption of some form of background against which the electromagnetic effects are generated, the whole of SR can be deduced from the Classical Laws of Electromagnetism.
If the quantisation of magnetic flux is added to the cannon of Classical Electromagnetic theory and Lorentz's theory of electromagnetic mass admitted, then Classical Physis predicts the quantised energy levels within the atom.