Why Newtonian gravity is an electromagnetic wave
In this brief communication, we have hypothesized that since Newtonian gravity intimately interacts with classical gravitational waves, it must also be perceivable and mathematically expressible as a wave. It has been shown that Newtonian gravity can be represented as an electromagnetic wave of a particular wavelength , propagating at the speed of light, c and with a radius of . The waves period is given by T = c/g, and thus acceleration due to gravity is representable as g = cf, where f is position dependent, and thus unique for all orbiting planetary bodies. On the Earth surface, this value is ≅32.71 nHz.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: March 17, 2020
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