Gravity and electromagnetism: a most beautiful symmetry

Matter is the product of gravity and electromagnetism. There is no separate strong nor weak nuclear force. This is the ‘Theory of Everything’.

Courtesy of NASA

When a magnetic field is used to excite electrons / an electron field in a stable element such as copper, electrical energy is created, i.e. an electromagnetic flow generally regarded as a flow of photons. Perhaps, the interaction between the internal resistant pressure and the external ‘squeezing’ pressure of gravity is responsible for the re-charging of atoms once an electron / the electron field has fallen to a lower state of energy after a photon has been released. As the Earth’s core is magnetic, presumably it is this which re-energises atoms so that there will always be an electric flow whenever a magnet is revolving around copper or vice versa.

In stable elements, like iron, the balance between the external pressure and the internal resistance provided by gravity is balanced and so the electrons are not normally excited and photons are not constantly being released as radiation.  However, in heavier, less stable atoms when a photon is released, external gravitational pressure is increased, and so in order to rebalance the two opposing pressures external gravity forces a photon into the atom to replace the released photon. This photon comes from the Earth’s electromagnetic field – and possibly from the sun. The photon that has been released goes back into the earth’s electromagnetic field and so it is a perpetual re-energising of atoms fuelled by the Earth’s magnetic core.

Of course, when we are talking about atoms and photons we are really talking about electromagnetism either in its ‘stored’ state, i.e. matter, or in its more dynamic and free-flowing state, i.e. as electromagnetic radiation. A magnetic field is a third state of electromagnetism, and has less range than radiation, but more range than the stored electromagnetic energy ‘trapped’  inside the atom. Photons are the smallest possible ‘packets’ of electromagnetism; all matter is constituted of electromagnetic energy, but in a ‘stored’ state.  So radiation is in essence a system of exchange and re-balance of these small discharges of electromagnetic energy (photons) at atomic level.

Presumably, the Sun’s radiation adds any necessary recharge of electromagnetic energy should there be a loss in this continual atomic exchange of ‘photons’ between individual atoms and the Earth’s magnetic core.

In heavy elements, the internal gravitational resistance will be unfavourably imbalanced against the external gravitational ‘squeeze’, thus creating room for more ‘mass’ to be compressed within a given space, i.e. a greater concentration of electromagnetic energy in its ‘stored’ form within an atom. This imbalance in favour of external gravitational pressure in heavier atoms will help to bind the atom together. However, the greater the imbalance is, the more unstable the atom will become and so in heavier elements electromagnetic energy in the form of photons will spontaneously and continuously be released in response to the immense external gravitational ‘squeeze’, and this release will take the form of radiation.

This emission is perceived to be ‘photons’, i.e. the smallest packets of energy detectable, but in essence photons are not particles, but are discreet amounts of electromagnetic energy. The marginal drop in pressure from one of these atomic emissions will allow in another photon from the Earth’s electromagnetic field, thus re-pressuring the atom internally, whilst simultaneously forcing a further photon back out into the Earth’s magnetic field. And so on. In lighter elements, the power balance will favour the internal gravitational resistance, which means they will more easily absorb photons than emit them.

So an atom is an almost closed spherical field of electromagnetic energy. In fact, it is in some respect two electromagnetic fields – the spatially larger but less compacted negative electron field, and the spatially much smaller but much denser positive field of the nucleus. Of course, the relationship between the two fields might not be as abruptly distinct as this. Usually, in nature, there is a spectrum. Gravitational pressure at the nucleus will be heavily in favour of the external ‘squeeze’ as the greater density of the nucleus will leave very little room for internal gravitational resistance.

The electron field, however, is not entirely closed because, as already explained, it emits and absorbs photons. But it is virtually sealed in stable atoms where the external and internal pressures of gravity are in balance.

Inside a stable atom, the electron field will be at it lowest energy state when not being excited. So when the position of an electron is predicted, what is really being predicted is the point at a particular position in time in this field where we might detect what we believe to be ‘matter’. It is the very act of detection which provides what ostensibly appears to be a position. But rather than an electron, perhaps what is being detected is a naturally occurring low energy excitation in the electromagnetic energy of the electron field.

The reason why both an electron’s momentum and position cannot be simultaneously known (Heisenberg Principle)  is because the electron is fundamentally an illusion of perception, and the wave has never really localised into a particle at an particular point, but is still in its integrated, stored, low electromagnetic energy state just beyond the limits of human perception.  

In an atom, the electron field will absorb and emit photons, but the nucleus field is less likely to emit photons owing to the even greater gravitational pressure upon it. It is therefore more stable, but also releases incredible amounts of energy when breached. Therefore, when it does emit radiation it is extremely high frequency and very short wave, i.e. gamma rays. This is because the wave length has been greatly compressed by the aforementioned extreme external (external to the nucleus field) gravitational pressure.

This tension between the external gravitational squeeze and the internal gravitational resistance to that pressure may well be, in fact, the strong and weak nuclear force.

So, in effect, our ‘physical’ reality consists of 3D / 4D space, gravity (which exerts pressure at both universal and atomic scale) and electromagnetism.

For more on 3D / 4D space, please see the section entitled ‘Did Einstein mistake the time?’


The wave length of electromagnetic radiation, i.e. energy which evolves from a specific point as opposed to a magnetic field which is a closed but spiralling/oscillating loop, will be determined by its interaction with gravity. Heavily compressed electromagnetic energy, as in heavy atoms, will be released in the form of extremely short wave, high frequency, highly energetic radiation with the power to adversely affect the cellular systems of living organisms which are controlled by the wave-length and frequency of the electrical output at brain level.

If all matter is ‘stored’ electromagnetic energy – the analogy of water frozen as ice come to mind as a very crude metaphor – then it all exists at specific wave lengths / frequencies at atomic level. These wave lengths / frequencies, as stated earlier, will be subject to the balance between internal gravitational resistance and external gravitational pressure at atomic level. Presumably a virus, by interacting destructively with living matter at cellular / DNA level, is changing the healthy frequency / wave length of a living organism’s matter at either brain level or cellular level. Therefore, if one could calculate this, it would theoretically be possible to heal such diseases as cancers with an exact wave length / frequency of electromagnetic radiation. This therapeutic electromagnetic energy input would re-calibrate the electrical output from the brain, rather than directly target tumours. Clearly, this would be energy at a very gentle wavelength / frequency. It would also be an entirely side-effect free infusion of radiation.


All electromagnetic energy originates from the Big Bang and only becomes matter as a result of the pressure thereafter exerted by gravity. All kinetic energy also derives from the big bang, but it is thermal-neutral.

In a collision between one lump of matter and another, the kinetic energy will be transferred into the stored electromagnetic energy of both lumps of matter. Thus molecules absorb this kinetic energy and become more active. However, as the molecules calm down, both electromagnetic heat and the thermal-neutral kinetic energy will be released. The kinetic energy will return to the universal kinetic energy field to be reused as motion in another micro-system.

The resistance to this free flowing kinetic energy derives from gravity and its interaction with electromagnetism which is either in a state of being ‘free’ roaming, either as electromagnetic energy or a magnetic field, or in a state of being ‘stored’ in matter. When kinetic energy violently interacts with either gravity or electromagnetism, some or all of the kinetic energy will cause the localised atomic part of the electromagnetic field, i.e. matter, to heat up. Heat friction, for example would result from such an interaction. Using the example of a braking vehicle, the reduction in the vehicle’s kinetic energy would, for example, result in a transfer of some of this kinetic energy into air molecules, and the heat from this excitation would then be absorbed by atoms, which may then result in radiation as the ‘electrons’ become excited. The heat energy, however, is really derived from the electromagnetic field and not from the kinetic energy field which purely consists of thermal-neutral motion energy derived from the Big Bang.


This ‘universal wave’ of electromagnetism can be at different frequencies. By concentrating electromagnetic energy (into what we perceive as matter), the radiation from the various balances of the gravitational pressures within and without the different types of atoms will produce the 118 elements in the periodic table. For each different type of atom, there will be different energy states for each different combination of the electron and nucleus electromagnetic fields. So radioactivity from heavy elements is electromagnetic radiation in which the wavelength and frequency has been shortened / compacted as a result of the intense gravitational pressure ‘squeezing’ the atom. This ‘unfavourable’ imbalance of pressure is why heavy elements are radioactive. And this unfavourable imbalance is why the wave lengths are so short and so high energy.


So the universal balance in terms of matter and radiation is this relationship between the internal and external ratio of gravitational pressure as exerted on electromagnetic energy. Magnetic energy is a third state of the overall universal electromagnetic energy field and always radiates out from a specific point. The other two states, of course, are electromagnetism and matter.

Gravity always exerts an inward pressure from every point in the universe, even when it is pressing against internal gravitational resistance as occurs deep inside atoms. Gravity, therefore, is both the ‘weak’ and ‘strong’ nuclear force: strong in that it binds the atom, but weak in that imbalances in the relationship between gravity internal to the atom and gravity external to the atom can enable photons to be simultaneously absorbed and released.


Mass is the product of the atomically external compressing nature of gravity upon the atomically internal resistance of gravity, between which is encapsulated bound electromagnetic energy.

Weight is the result of the gravitational squeeze of one lump of matter against another.

This interplay between gravity and electromagnetism is the Unified Field which enables the manifestation of a physical universe out of pure energy.

Why should it be any more complicated than this?

It is, indeed, a most beautiful symmetry:

Newton’s law of universal gravitation
Coulomb’s law of electrostatic force
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