Thread: An attempt to explain the electomagnetic force

1. There currently does not exist a solid explanation of the electromagnetic force, and so I try to bring one here.

Imagine one dimension on which reside the particles.
One side is plus and the other side is minus.
When two particles sitting on the plus side come close to each other they will repel each other because they take up the same space on the one dimension.
When two particles one on the plus and one on the minus come close, they will pull each other to them, because the dimension wants to nullify itself, as there are two forces on it's two sides.

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3. Originally Posted by Eldad Eshel
There currently does not exist a solid explanation of the electromagnetic force, and so I try to bring one here.

Imagine one dimension on which reside the particles.
One side is plus and the other side is minus.
When two particles sitting on the plus side come close to each other they will repel each other because they take up the same space on the one dimension.
When two particles one on the plus and one on the minus come close, they will pull each other to them, because the dimension wants to nullify itself, as there are two forces on it's two sides.
I presume you write this from a psychiatric institution somewhere .

4. Last I checked we had a pretty good explanation and understanding of the electromagnetic force. But please enlighten us on how what we know is wrong and how you know the truth.

5. Originally Posted by Eldad Eshel
There currently does not exist a solid explanation of the electromagnetic force, and so I try to bring one here.

Imagine one dimension on which reside the particles.
One side is plus and the other side is minus.
When two particles sitting on the plus side come close to each other they will repel each other because they take up the same space on the one dimension.
When two particles one on the plus and one on the minus come close, they will pull each other to them, because the dimension wants to nullify itself, as there are two forces on it's two sides.
Put it in Math and I vote for you!

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