Coulomb Law

Coulomb's law or Coulomb's inverse square law, is a law of physics describing the electrostatic interaction between electrically charged particles. It was first published in 1785 by French physicist Charles Augustin de Coulomb and was essential to the development of the theory of electromagnetism. Nevertheless, in 1767 Joseph Priestley of England conjectured that the force between charges varied as the inverse squared of the distance. In 1769, Scottish physicist John Robison announced that according to his measurements, the force of repulsion between two spheres with charges of the same sign varied as x-2.06. The dependence of the force between charged bodies upon both distance and charge had been discovered, but not published, in the early 1770s by Henry Cavendish of England, prior to Coulomb's works. Coulomb Law, Wikipedia

"The Coulomb law would be more understandable under this concept, for, naturally, males do not seek union with males, and two red, or two blue sides of the spectrum do not make a complete spectrum. Such an inconsistent concept should be no longer applicable in a progressive world of slowly unfolding intelligence. The Coulomb law of attraction of opposites and repulsion of likes, has no relation, whatsoever, to Natural law. Nature does not attract, nor does it repel. Pairs of opposites in Nature are projected centripetally toward each other by the light mirrors of wave-field projectors of light images, which must await further explanation in the very brief description of the geometry of space that we can include in this book." [Atomic Suicide, page 86]

"Perhaps the most fundamental of misconceptions is the Coulomb electric law which says that opposites attract, and that gravitation also is a force which pulls inward from within, and that it attracts other bodies, when, in fact, both of these beliefs are just the opposite from the facts of Nature upon which they were misconceived." [Atomic Suicide, page 103]

See Also

Coulomb Explosion
Inverse Square Law
Locked Potentials and the Square Law
Square Law
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