How similar is electro-magnetism and the so-called “force of gravity”? Around 1750, Benjamin Franklin flew a kite during a thunderstorm to test if electricity and lightning were the same. This roughly marks the beginning of our familiarity with electro-magnetism. But Isaac Newton, who formulated a law of gravity, had already died when Franklin flew his famous kite. So Newton did not have an electro-magnetic force available for his consideration.
Thus reads the description for my latest video, “The Psyence of Gravity”, published to YouTube on April 28, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 8 minutes and 56 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.
In the previous Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry, Pondering Gravity, the similarity between electro-magnetism and the so-called “force of gravity” was reported. 
We are constantly indoctrinated about the so-called “gravity”. One video found on YouTube calls this “Einstein Psyence”, spelling the last word as p-s-y-e-n-c-e.  It is like the Psi powers of telepathy and telekinesis; it is the Psi-ence.
Around 1750, Benjamin Franklin flew a kite during a thunderstorm to test if electricity and lightning were the same. In Joseph Priestley’s account, published fifteen years afterwards, he called it the greatest discovery, perhaps, since the time of Sir Isaac Newton. 
So roughly speaking, the year 1750 marks the beginning of familiarity with electro-magnetism.
But Isaac Newton, who marks the beginning of the law of universal gravitation, missed the kite experiment. Newton died in 1727, about 23 years before Ben Franklin flew his famous kite. This means that Isaac Newton, pondering gravity, did not possess the concept of electro-magnetism to include in his considerations.
This is summarized in an old book, The Influence of the Blue Ray of the Sunlight, by former Union Army General A.J. Pleasonton, published in 1876.
“It is this force of magnetism, of which Newton in his day had some slight knowledge, but not comprehending it as it exists, he assigned such of its qualities as he had discovered erroneously to matter, and gave it the name of gravitation, as if a planet, if such could be made, of cotton, rice, tobacco, butter, cheese and molasses, would revolve upon its axis from its own weight and travel in an orbit around the sun.” 
What are the so-called “flying saucers”? A secret physics, miles ahead of the Mickey Mouse physics we are ingrained with, is practiced at places like Area 51. There, the truth about the so-called “force of gravity” has been long-since known. 
——- Sources ——-
 “Pondering Gravity”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, April 27, 2016. https://ersjdamoo.wordpress.com/2016/04/27/pondering-gravity/
 “Time & Space: Einstein Psyence, The Gravity Myth, & Our Electromagnetic Reality”, YouTube, February 25, 2016.
 “An Account of the Kite Experiment”, http://www.ushistory.org/franklin/info/kite.htm
 The Influence of the Blue Ray of the Sunlight, by General A.J. Pleasonton. Originally published in 1876. Republished by Kessinger.net
 “Boyd Bushman, a Senior Scientist of Lockheed Martin, on The Hutchison Effect”, YouTube, March 19, 2010.