Tombe, Frederick David
Mechanics / Electrodynamics
December 19, 2012
In an earlier article, it was explained how there are four kinds of electric
charge. There are in fact only two kinds of electric charge. The earlier article created four kinds of charge by identifying both a simple and a compound version for each of positive and negative charge. Simple charge was based on the tension and pressure associated with pure aether flow, in and out of negative and positive particles, while
compound charge was about the intermediary effect of the electron-positron dipoles that fill the space between charged bodies. A charged body linearly polarizes the surrounding electron-positron sea and this causes a centrifugal repulsive force to act
laterally from the field lines. It will be explained how two negative charges may either attract or repel depending on the strength of the charge, and hence explaining the link between gravity and electrostatics.