**Author:**

Yanagisawa, Hideaki

**Category:**

Research Papers

**Sub-Category:**

Relativity Theory

**Date Published:**

November 02, 2018

**Keywords:**

Gravitation, Repulsive force, Attractive force, Negative mass, Energy base

**Abstract:**

Between electric charges and magnetic poles, there are attractive forces and repulsive forces.
However, there is no repulsive force between positive masses. Although no mathematical theory
proves this hypothesis, the theory of decreasing energy over time has provided some explanation
regarding electromagnetic and gravitational fields. There are two different equations for
electromagnetic spectrum energy and mass energy. An equation for electromagnetic spectrum
energy includes a variable relating to time as frequency (E = hν). However, according to
relativity theory (E = mc2), mass energy is decided by only mass quantity. There is no variable
relating to time for mass energy. According to the differences in these equations, the base for
electromagnetic spectrum energy is 0 and the base for positive mass energy is ∞.

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