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Research in Medical & Engineering Sciences

Speed of Light and Gravity, 𝒈 = 𝑮𝒄𝟐/𝒓

Submission: November 04, 2019;Published: November 13, 2019

DOI: 10.31031/RMES.2019.08.000686

ISSN: 2576-8816
Volume8 Issue3


The speed of light and the lunar light year of the Earth have been used to calculate a centripetal acceleration. The results align exactly with gravity at the surface of the Earth or 9.8m/s2. It is thought that the electromagnetic field of the Earth extends in a circular path to the far edges of the solar system and the speed of light contributes to the centripetal acceleration experienced on Earth. The author concludes that electromagnetism is the driving force of gravity in the near- and far-fields of the solar system.

Keywords: Centripetal acceleration; Gravity; Light year; Lunar calendar; Synodic

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