From the Entropy (S or E) equation, we can intuit the force of gravity equation:

$$S\stackrel{?}{=}mGc\oint_{A_c}^{A_s}\mathrm{d}s$$

$$F_{12}\stackrel{?}{=}{1\over{4\pi\epsilon_0}}{Q_1Q_2\over R^2}\oint_{A_c}^{A_s}\mathrm{d}s$$

$$F_{12}\stackrel{?}{=}G{M_1M_2\over R^2}\oint_{A_c}^{A_s}\mathrm{d}s$$

$$F_{1T}\stackrel{?}{=}{1\over{4\pi\epsilon_0}}{Q_1Q_T\over R^2}\oint_{A_c}^{A_s}\mathrm{d}s$$

Using the "Test Charge" concept to determine E-field (thus G-field):

or likely this:

Using the "Test Charge" concept to determine E-field (thus G-field):

$$E_{1T}\stackrel{?}{=}G{M_r\over R^2}\oint_{A_c}^{A_s}\mathrm{d}s$$

$$E_{1T}\stackrel{?}{=}{1\over{4\pi\epsilon_0}}{Q_r\over R^2}\oint_{A_c}^{A_s}\mathrm{d}s$$

Then, the force of gravity is then equal to the residual electric field time the test charge, $q_T$:

$$F_{12}=E_{1T}\times q_2$$

$A_c$ and $A_s$ are the equatorial cross-sectional area and the surface area - identical to our information theory, geometric approach to calculating masses (the Haramein technique). These are EVENT HORIZON areas!!!

This is THE FAST WAY to answers...

The classical mainstream method requires a detailed vector analysis and force projection calculation, etc.

More later.

(detail, notation, etc plus a precise definition for all terms, corrections, typo fixes - this is live blogged/channeled)

WIP

(full-wave* vector analysis coming! )

EE's are trained in vector analysis.

$$E_{1T}\stackrel{?}{=}{1\over{4\pi\epsilon_0}}{Q_r\over R^2}\oint_{A_c}^{A_s}\mathrm{d}s$$

Then, the force of gravity is then equal to the residual electric field time the test charge, $q_T$:

$$F_{12}=E_{1T}\times q_2$$

$A_c$ and $A_s$ are the equatorial cross-sectional area and the surface area - identical to our information theory, geometric approach to calculating masses (the Haramein technique). These are EVENT HORIZON areas!!!

This is THE FAST WAY to answers...

The classical mainstream method requires a detailed vector analysis and force projection calculation, etc.

More later.

(detail, notation, etc plus a precise definition for all terms, corrections, typo fixes - this is live blogged/channeled)

WIP

(full-wave* vector analysis coming! )

EE's are trained in vector analysis.

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