Keeping One's Eye on the Ball
|Title||Keeping One\'s Eye on the Ball|
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|Author(s)||Leslee A Kulba|
|Journal||Proceedings of the NPA|
|No. of pages||5|
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Previous work defending the thesis that all physical phenomena may be explained in terms of Coulomb's law and Newton's universal law of gravitation is reviewed. In sum, matter is described as gradient fields of charge and mass inextricably connected in the proton and electron. Energy is described as mathematical constructs defining relative positions of charge and mass. Coulomb chain reactions are considered necessary and sufficient to explain electromagnetic phenomena. Particular attention is paid in this paper to the implications of this view on Special Relativity Theory.