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Section 2. Why Unigravitational physics.

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Chap.2.1: Gravitation: what modern physics does not see, but it is there …

Section 2 Why  Unigravitational  physics. Chapter 2.1: Gravitation: what modern physics does not see, but it is there … If we collect all possible information from books and experts of the highest level about the characteristics of the gravitational force, we find an unthinkable fact: one of them is missing, an absolutely essential one, which …

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Chap.2.2 Electromagnetism: what modern physics sees, but it is not there…

Chapter 2.2 Electromagnetism: what modern physics sees, but it is not there… Let us now consider a subject  that requires a critical attention in the interpretation of very common phenomena, read with a real optical distortion by  current physics.  Our task becomes more difficult, because it is to dismantle a false evidence: that of the …

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Chap.2.3 “Liquid electricity” and “cold fusion”: what modern physics sees, but does not understand …

Chapter 2.3 “Liquid electricity” and “cold fusion”: what modern physics sees, but does not understand … The assumption of the previous chapter is that it is not true that the electrons (or protons) repel each other. Indeed, the contrary is true: the electrons (or protons) attract each other.  We state the thesis in gravitational terms: …

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Chap.2.4 The electrical currents: what modern physics explains with hands and feet …

Chapter 2.4 The electrical currents: what modern physics explains with  hands and feet … Many mysteries are hidden in the most common experiences of a school laboratory or a manual of basic electrical engineering, where the phenomena are measured and repeated, but they cannot be explained in any way. Think, for example, the right-hand rule, …

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Chapter 2.5 Magnetic Field and Gravitational Field.

Chapter 2.5  Magnetic Field and Gravitational Field.   It should be now clear that they are the same thing. Once shown in chapter I that the the gravitational field is a dipole, it is self-evident the magnetic field is a highly polarized gravitational field, with a consequent strong interactivity toward bodies, particles and materials having …

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Chap.2.6 Gravity – Mass.

Chapter 2.6  Gravity – Mass.    The famous principle of Galileo, for which falling bodies would all have the same acceleration in a vacuum regardless of their mass, is another test of the validity of the methods referred to as “scientific” by modern science. We note, first of all, this is a “principle”, ie a …

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Chap.2.7 The “mystery” of gravitational waves.

Chapter 2.7  The “mystery” of gravitational waves. This first part of our investigation ends with one of the most obvious cases of today’s physicists’ theoretical blindness, which pairs with unrecognizing the gravitation dipole. As said, physicists have been looking for the “gravitational waves” with huge devices to uncover mysterious stellar vibrations caused by disasters like …

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