# Electromagnetic Gravitation

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## Electromagnetic Gravitation Theory by:

- Jerry Montgomery, Ph.D. (Willostick Technologies, LLC)

## Abstracts:

- March 2005 Meeting: Abstract: R1.00197:
*Electromagnetic Gravitation*

- ADS: Abstract:
*Electromagnetic Gravitation*

## Complete Theory Papers:

- Electromagnetic Gravitation: by Phil Russell and Jerry Montgomery (162 KB PDF, August 29, 2006, last revised June 17, 2007)

- Dimensional/Gravitational Symmetrical Model for Particles and Gravity in Terms of Electrodynamics: "Optimistically we have derived a quantized expression between electromagnetism and gravity." A paper of breakthrough proportion entailing a relationship between EM and gravity (1.2 MB PDF, March 13, 2007, last revised June 17, 2007)

- Planck’s Constant as a Dimensionless Gravitational Fine Structure Constant: "Our empirical equation is consistent within the framework of current theoretical and phenomenological constraints such as general relativity and the Pioneer [[space craft] effect, respectively" (89 KB PDF, April 20, 2007, last revised June 17, 2007)

- Empirical Equation Relating Electromagnetism and Gravity in Terms of Electromagnetic Waves: A general solution (93 KB, June 30, 2007)

- Graviton Induced Nuclear Fission through Electromagnetic Wave Flux: "We explore the possibility of using gravitons to induce nuclear fission in atomic nuclei. Strong fluctuations of the gravitational field have been observed in the area of high energy physics. The ranges of these fluctuations are on the order of~10-14 cm. If these fluctuations can be attributed to the frequency of high energy particles, then it follows that electromagnetic waves might be stimulated to produce high energy gravitons, or a graviton pulse, capable of inducing nuclear fission." (125 KB, June 30, 2007)

- Simultaneous_Characterization_of_Particle_and_Wave_Nature_of_Quantum_Phenomena: "[...] the force on the Pioneer spacecraft probes solar gravity well anomaly is due to an acceleration that is proportional to the highest energy photons emitted by the sun." (31 KB, August 6, 2007)