What Part of Coulomb's Law Don't You Understand?
|Title||What Part of Coulomb\'s Law Don\'t You Understand?|
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|Author(s)||Leslee A Kulba|
|Journal||Electric Spacecraft Journal|
|No. of pages||10|
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The physical universe consists solely of nucleons with unit charge and mass inextricably connected. Electromagnetic radiation is hypothesized to be a natural consequence of charge obeying Coulomb's Law and mass obeying Newton's Law of gravitation. This is equivalent to saying that the net distribution of charge in the universe is constant and momentum is conserved.