Robnett, Allen Vernon
Mechanics / Electrodynamics
January 12, 2015
speed of coulomb force, speed of electrostatic field, speed of gravity, dark matter, dark energy, dark flow, E field experiment, coulomb force experiment
In a readily repeatable experiment, it has been established that the effects of the Coulomb force are transferred at a speed that is much greater than the speed of light. The experiment is performed with a 75 MHz transmitter and a dual trace oscilloscope. The motivation behind the experiment was to establish the possibility that the portion of gravitational influence that is analogous to the Coulomb force might also be transferred at a speed which is finite, but much greater than the speed of light.