Centrifugal Force and the Electron-Positron Sea

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We often hear it said that centrifugal force is not a real force and that it is only the effects of inertia resulting from a body undergoing its uniform straight line path, as per Newton’s first law of motion. These effects of inertia however are very real and this suggests that the inertial path itself must have an underlying physical cause. This cause will now be ascribed to a background elasticity that is rooted in electrostatics. The electric dipole, with its inverse cube law field, will be proposed as the primary physical cause of centrifugal force, while the inertial path and the Mach Principle will be seen to result from the compound effect of a dense multitude of superimposed dipole fields filling all of space.