Two Fundamental Laws

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Scientific Paper
Title Two Fundamental Laws
Author(s) Leslee A Kulba
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Published 2000
Journal None


All physical phenomena are explained in terms of particles reestablishing equilibrium in accordance with Newton?s law of gravitation and Coulomb?s force law. In other words, the overall rate of expansion of the universe is constant, and the net distribution of universal charge is constant. Energy exists by virtue of disturbances requiring the rest of the universe to compensate for a local rearrangement of charge or mass. Energy, in any form, has no substance, per se. Field lines, energy rays, and other devices traditionally contrived to simplify conceptualizations are dismissed as only complicating perceptions.