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I read that Einstein wrote that he believed the electromagnetic fields of the earth were created from a charge imbalance in the particles that make up the earth.
I think I may have found a theory to explain that. First I will provide a possible voltage of space time which I will use to describe the energy of the elementary charge:
Vst = ((c^4)/(8πGε))^1/2
Where Vst is the voltage of space-time, c is the speed of light, G is the gravitational constant, ε is the permittivity of free space.
Next I will describe a gravitational relationship of energies. This is the gravitation that keeps the elementary charge from exploding in a particle:
8πG/c^4 * εV^2 * mc^2 = Vst * e
Where V is the internal voltage of particles that describes its matter charge and matter energy. m is the mass of the particle, e is the elementary charge.
Next I can describe the energy and momentum of any particle in an electromagnetic manner:
Vq = mc^2
B = V/c^2
p = mv = qvB
Where q is the secondary charge of the particle that provides the charge of the earth from its protons. B is the magnetic field of the particle, p is the momentum of the particle, v is the velocity.
Now one can easily calculate the proton charge contribution of the earth by obtaining the quantity of protons that make up the mass of the earth:
Q = M/mp * qp = 8.2E+05 Coulombs
Where Q is the charge of the earth, M is the mass of the earth, mp is the mass of the proton, qp is the matter charge of the proton described above as Vq = mc^2.
The matter charge of the proton calculates to: 2.3E-46 Coulombs
Edited by devin553344, 05 December 2019 - 11:33 AM.