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Unified Field Theory for Gravity and Electromagnetism and Its Explanation for Dark Matter Observations

Yan, Max Gaofei


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@unpublished{yan_max_gaofei_2020_4057270,
  author       = {Yan, Max Gaofei},
  title        = {{Unified Field Theory for Gravity and 
                   Electromagnetism and Its Explanation for Dark
                   Matter Observations}},
  note         = {{This paper defines the gravitational field as a 
                   medium with elastic properties, and the
                   gravitational force occurs when matter creates a
                   more concentrated region in the gravitational
                   field. Further, this paper explains how
                   electromagnetic waves are changing concentrations
                   in this field. Hence, the gravitational field and
                   electromagnetic field are the same, called the
                   unified field. Based on this understanding of the
                   unified field, there are attractive forces between
                   electromagnetic waves as defined as: F=Y\_1 (f\_1
                   f\_2)/r^2 There are also attractive forces between
                   electromagnetic waves and matter possessing mass
                   at rest. This force is defined as: F=Y\_2 fm/r^2
                   Dark matter observations support this unified
                   field theory.}},
  month        = mar,
  year         = 2020,
  doi          = {10.5281/zenodo.4057270},
  url          = {https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4057270}
}
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