Gravity, Magnetism and Light

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Gravity, Magnetism and Light
Author Ralph Sansbury
Published 2009
Publisher Ralph Sansbury
Pages 58

Are magnetism and gravity ultimately electrostatic? Years of evidence for charge polarization (sometimes viewed as ?spin?) inside electrons and atomic nuclei leads to the startling implication that such electrostatic dipoles in fact can account for the magnetism of current carrying wires, ferromagnets, and the gravitational and magnetic fields of the earth and all planets and stars.