# Is gravity something to do with charge?

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1. ### TonycRegistered Member

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Likewise charges repulse and opposite charges attract like the electron and proton. Is gravity something to do with this?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/science/add_aqa/electricity/staticelectrev1.shtml

Does M1 and M2 ''behave'' in this way?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coulomb's_law

Does r=149.6 million km?

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3. ### dumbest man on earthReal Eyes Realize Real LiesValued Senior Member

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Science not settled.

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5. ### TonycRegistered Member

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What do you mean by this? Do you mean we have not an answer yet to what gravity is? I have read the links in my studying, to me I thought this explained gravity between bodies, I guess I am mistaken although it seems plausible?

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7. ### Boris2Valued Senior Member

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As far as we are aware there is no anti-graviton, which would result in the opposite to attraction in gravity. Just as there is no anti-photon.

8. ### TonycRegistered Member

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There is no graviton, a graviton is a hypothetical ''particle'' that is yet to be proven to exist. Coulumb's law explains the attractive and repulsive force of charges,

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coulomb's_law

If a body has both signs (m1) and a second body has both signs (m2) , then surely the net force is 0 at r²?

f1(q1q2)=f2(q1q2)?

9. ### Boris2Valued Senior Member

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which is it? Doesn't exist or not yet proven to exist?

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10. ### Michael 345Bali in Nov closerValued Senior Member

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The puzzlement to me is gravity is a property of any substance

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Or in clinical scientific term anything with mass has gravity

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As to antigravity it would appear by extrapolation of the above

antigravity would be a property of anything without mass

WHAT!!!!?

No mass means nothing

Light beams have antigravity?????

Don't know what that means to understanding the Universe

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12. ### TonycRegistered Member

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It exists in thought but the thought has no physicality.

13. ### TonycRegistered Member

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Both charge signs are the property of all atoms.

14. ### Michael 345Bali in Nov closerValued Senior Member

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15. ### exchemistValued Senior Member

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What's the betting this is a sock of John P.

Tony C?

With a similar preoccupation with charge and gravity?

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16. ### TonycRegistered Member

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Très clairement, vous êtes confus

17. ### Boris2Valued Senior Member

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atoms or particles?

18. ### Boris2Valued Senior Member

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I wont waste any more time then.

19. ### TonycRegistered Member

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Particles make up the atom, the electron , proton and neutron, the electron being negative charged and the proton being positive charged, this is taught in high school. May I ask you level of education because your comprehension seems rather vivid?

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No.

21. ### ajantaRegistered Senior Member

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Do you know the electronegativity of Helium atom

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22. ### Boris2Valued Senior Member

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I thought we were talking particles, then you introduced atoms and I was just clarifying what you were actually talking about. You seem to be all over the place.

23. ### The GodValued Senior Member

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Yes, gravity has all the things to do with charge, so what next TonyC.

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