Theory

gforce/eforce

Ratio

gforce/eforce

Ratio

Recall from last week that slowing of time reduces the effective mass of nearby bodies by reducing the frequency of their internal contacts. The reduction in mass leads to the force of gravity.

In the expression above, 'd' represents the drag; or, slowing of time caused by mass. (1 - d) squared expresses the effect of two bodies on each other at close proximity. This leads to the ratio of gforce to eforce between two electrons.

You may wonder how the ratio of gforce to eforce between two electrons can possibly be this simple and not already be known. To determine the quantity 'd', one must know the structure of the electron, including timing requirements.

Next week we will calculate the ratio of gforce to eforce based on the timing and position triangle previously discussed. The following week we will examine possible sources of error in the calculation.