An All-Encompassing Theory of Nature
|Title||An All-Encompassing Theory of Nature|
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Experimental evidence is cited to show that intersecting fields rather than the fields themselves are what we perceive as carriers of energy. Thus the energy of an electromagnetic wave is produced by intersecting magnetic and electric fields. Additional evidence is introduced suggesting that the electron is a magnetic field rotating at speed c whose angular acceleration generates gravitational field. Therefore electron structure is the sought after unification between electromagnetic and gravitational fields.