Mechanics / Electrodynamics
February 15, 2021
Forces, atom, pairs, speed
Apparently the electric and magnetic forces are complementary, the first is absolute and the second depends on the speed. It can be shown in a special example that the two are linked to produce a result similar to the principles of relativity. Following this reality it is intuited that the gravitational force may have a complementary part that depends on the speed and is calculated as an analogy.
From the above, an atomic model is developed that involves a rotating nucleus, which apparently has no equilibrium defects and is calculated exclusively with forces, although the results resemble relativity or gravitoelectromagnetism.