If an Electrical field and a Magnetic field are both accelerated, the vector cross product of these two fields is an induced gravitational field.
If the Electric and Magnetic fields are in the form of a spherical standing wave, the cross product always points to the center of the sphere.
The cross product -- E cross B equals G -- predicts "force equals mass times acceleration." If you apply a force to a spherical standing wave of electric and magnetic fields -- accelerating the standing wave in any direction -- the acceleration induces greater Electric and Magnetic fields, and thus, a greater cross product.
The cross -- product E cross B equals G -- predicts E = mc^{2}. If an electric field is sweeping over a sphere, it induces a magnetic field at right angles. Integrating the cross product of the two fields -- over the surface of a sphere -- is equivalent energy divided the speed of light squared -- which is equal to mass. (This is a variation of Gauss's law of gravity.) |
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