Electromagnetism Equals Gravity?

O’Hare UFO Leaked News Footage seconds before Broadcast

At approximately 4:15 pm CST on Tuesday November 7, 2006, federal authorities at Chicago O’Hare International Airport received a report that a group of twelve airport employees were witnessing a metallic, saucer-shaped craft hovering over Gate C-17. Several independent witnesses outside of the airport also saw the object. A United Airlines pilot may have photographed the event. The FAA decided that the sighting was caused by a weather phenomenon and that the agency would not be investigating the incident. This FAA stance is a direct contradiction to its mandate to investigate possible security breaches at American airports such as in this case; an object witnessed by numerous airport employees and officially reported by at least one of them, hovering in plain sight, over one of the busiest airports in the world. [1]

In the video clip hopefully embedded above, an unedited discussion of the Chicago O’Hare Airport UFO case among news broadcasters is apparently shown. Off-camera these “news” persons are just as mystified as anyone else would be.

Is it possible that the forces called “gravity” and “electromagnetism” are essentially the same? This thought occurred to me while reading a book by Morris Kline: Mathematics and the Physical World (New York: Dover, 1981). Science and Mathematics are joined at the hip: mathematical discovery often leads to scientific discovery. Isaac Newton came up with the following formula to describe the mysterious force of gravity:

F = (GmM)/r^2 (Force = (Gravitational Constant x Mass 1 x Mass 2) / Square of the distance r between the two masses.)

Later, after Isaac Newton, Augustin Coulomb formulated the following equation describing the force of attraction or repulsion between two quantities of electric charge:

F = k(q1q2/r^2) (Force = Units used to measure charge x (quantity of charge 1 x quantity of charge 2 / distance between charge 1 and charge 2)

Immediately after giving Coulomb’s equation in chapter 20 of his book, Morris Kline writes that “the remarkable fact about [Coulomb’s equation] is its identity with the form of the law of gravitation.”

The two equations of Newton and Coulomb reproduced above are published in a clearer manner than I have been able to do here in Morris Kline’s book, Mathematics and the Physical World. Looking at the two equations in Kline’s book, I couldn’t help but agree with him: the two equations dealing with electromagnetism and gravity seem basically the same!

Am I missing something here? It may well be and readers will possibly inform me how I have gone off the track. For the moment anyway, the similarity of the two equations might indicate a connection between gravity and electromagnetism.

Which brings us back to the Chicago airport incident of 2006. Suppose a connection between gravity and electromagnetism has indeed been found already. In the old days of Michael Faraday, Alexander Graham Bell, and Thomas Edison, such a discovery was announced to the public. However since those times governments have become increasingly secretive. Hence discovery of a connection between gravity and electromagnetism may well have been suppressed. And so, when an anti-gravity aircraft is spotted at the Chicago airport, the FAA “decides” that the sighting was caused by “a weather phenomenon.”

——- Sources ——-
[1] “2006 O’Hare International Airport UFO sighting”, Wikipedia, February 25, 2015.


About ersjdamoo

Editor of Conspiracy Nation, later renamed Melchizedek Communique. Close associate of the late Sherman H. Skolnick. Jack of all trades, master of none. Sagittarius, with Sagittarius rising. I'm not a bum, I'm a philosopher.
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