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Fowler, W. (1914) The Mechanical Engineer. Vol. 34, The Scientific Publishing Company, Manchester.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Energy Electromagnetic Force Equivalence, E = Fe x r

    AUTHORS: Greg Poole

    KEYWORDS: c2, Centripetal Acceleration, Energy, Force, Mass Energy Equivalence, Light

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology, Vol.5 No.4, September 18, 2019

    ABSTRACT: By combing the mass energy equivalence formula, E=mc2, with the speed of light and gravity formula, , a new equation for energy is derived. The Energy Electromagnetic Force Equivalence is used to explain the rotational torque of the stars, planets, and galaxy. A greater understanding of the universe is achieved with a simple mathematical expression. Nuclear energy from the Sun is converted to an electrical force which pervades the universe and gives the bodies within it, rotational motion. It is a macro equation for action at a distance. The equation suggests that nuclear energy and electromagnetic force is one of the most basic equations of the universe. It is proposed that there is only one all-encompassing force of the universe, the electromagnetic force.