Is gravity independent of electromagnetic radiation?

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    http://www.eurojournals.com/ejsr_26_2_04.pdf
    Electromagnetic and Gravitational Field
    John L. O’Sullivan
    Independent Researcher, Connecticut, USA
    E-mail: energytime@att.net

    Abstract

    This report will show why photons have duality as a wave and as a particle and will show the origin of atoms and cause of gravity and offer a solution in graphic form that otherwise has remained a mystery. The theory is based on scientific deduction and deemed
    valid conceptually as outlined in the illustrations giving an understanding of pi and infinite as it relates to mass in the electromagnetic and gravitational field. This report is not for
    easy reading unless it is printed out in black and white or color. It is then suggested that the paper be read at least three times over in order to better understand the concepts depicted.


    Keywords: Gravity, General Relativity, Photons, Time, Matter.

    I don't know... It seems to depend on what previously set laws can be broken/disproven for independence to be proven/established. What does the board think?
     
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    This bedrock physics seems too impermanent and changes constantly, thankfully Manmade Global Warming is settled science.

    Hey, instead of lab tests and experiments, why don't you physicists just say you have consensus?
     
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    You are right on the verge of answering this question.

    Reload your bong and the answer will come to you in a cloud of smoke. :cool:
     
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    I apologize, I am a housewife, not a physicist.... Settled science? I hear snakes hissing at that one, for some reason.
     
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    Bong? Does everyone here smoke? Perhaps that is why I am such an odd one. :dunno:
     
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    Not necessarliy, but I wonder about the authors of the paper. Admittedly it's a bit over my head, but check the quote below from the paper. Isn't it the other way around? :confused:

    Gravity inward forces from the magnetic half waves are the result of mass given that there can be no mass without gravity
     
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    I'm not even sure what this is. I quickly skimmed through the paper and found two glaring mistakes and didn't even bother to read it. I'm not sure what he is trying to say, but most likely he is wrong about it. I'd have serious doubts that this was written by a physicist, or even an undergrad student. Most likely it was just a layman with a vague understanding of physics.
     
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    Ignore Frank, he doesn't believe in science. He thinks the computer he is typing on is made of magic.
    Now frank, why don't you leave your parents basement and go hunt down the witches that made that magic box.
     
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    Um, well... I had chosen this link specifically because of the fact that I, too, am an independent study. I also find the paper, though flawed, provoking and interesting. :D
     
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    Witches... who understood physics. ☆kiss☆kiss☆
     

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