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Thread: Gravitomagnetism from unceirtainty principle at low radiuses

  1. #1 Gravitomagnetism from unceirtainty principle at low radiuses 
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    If 2 particles are really close to eachother, perhaps their masses gets a movement along the same plane that causes gravitomagnetism. Perhaps that in some way adds to the weak force?

    Perhaps gravity and gravitomagnetism is dependent of the gravitydensity of the medium?

    I get that the gravitomagnetical force becomes (given only gravitational effects and unceirtainty) We have a triangle: with the hypothenus gravityattractionspeed +/- unceirtaintyspeed = v = F*t/m +/- d/t and the katet v(sideways) = +/-d/t

    Which gives the delaykatet:
    sqrt((F*t/m - d/t)^2 + (d/t)^2)
    &
    sqrt((F*t/m + d/t)^2 - (d/t)^2)
    &
    sqrt((F*t/m - d/t)^2 - (d/t)^2)
    &
    sqrt((F*t/m - d/t)^2 - (d/t)^2)

    All those given 4 divided with 4 would be the answer.


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