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555Joshua
Everyone's so exited about creating a Theory Of Everything here that they even have a "special project". Once we better understand gravitomagnetism will we be able to construct a proper GUT. After all, that is the most important thing about gravity. I'm the day we figure it out will be the day we descover the "Grand Unified Theory".

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So, the question becomes, If we know what causes gravitomagnetism, what causes electromagnetism?
555Joshua
What I am saying is, for gravitomagnetism, the disturbance is outside the object. In electromagnetism, is the disturbance inside?
AlphaNumeric
5 dimensional relativity (done by Kaluza and Klein I think) automatically has Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism in the theory. It's quantising that and combining them with the other 2 forces (also quantised) which is hard.
Zephir
Concerning the gravitomagnetism you can have look at my brief intro here..
The eventual questions concerning AWT directly should be addressed into this forum topic.

Thank you in advance!
Guest_nduriri
QUOTE (AlphaNumeric+Jun 18 2006, 02:30 PM)
5 dimensional relativity (done by Kaluza and Klein I think) automatically has Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism in the theory. It's quantising that and combining them with the other 2 forces (also quantised) which is hard.

I wrote an exposé about gravitomagnetism, I solved the pioneer anomaly and also other 5 cosmological blunders of the last 85 years, see the summary page 8, new Newton law page 1, www.gravitomagnetism.com
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Guest_nduriri
QUOTE (AlphaNumeric+Jun 18 2006, 02:30 PM)
5 dimensional relativity (done by Kaluza and Klein I think) automatically has Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism in the theory. It's quantising that and combining them with the other 2 forces (also quantised) which is hard.

I have explained why the planets are prograde, see page 10 summary www.gravitomagnetism.com
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