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That is exactly what Maxwell predicted, even long before we created a superconductorResistance is a function of heat.With no heat, there is no resistance.
With very weak magnets, you can prove that they do work against gravity over time.Take a magnet that can barely hold itself up on a steel ceiling And watch it.Over some time, gravitational acceleration wins and the magnet falls.
There is more to that. A piece of wood lying on tabletop is working against gravity but it's not recognized as work done.
I was reading some interesting studies and noticed that many of the equations are the same and just the units change. Like for potential energy and electrostatic potential & gravity.Is there proof that mass attracts other mass or could it all be electrical attraction? My logic tells me that if we can't find what causes gravity we might be looking at the wrong place. How moderns scientists deal with this problem is that the invent new imaginary things so the math would hold up again. What comes after Dark Matter and Dark Energy? What do we add next so that the theory holds?
I have seen this allot this past year, and so good luck on that hunt for illusive dark matter, its beginning to become a laughing stock.
My point exactly. Do we have any proof, that "gravity" can't be something else like magnetic or electric potentials?
We can prove that it is always perpendicular to both the electric and magnetic momentof a hydrogen atom.Beyond that the gravitational field becomes incoherently complexand for all intensive purposes, as elusive as the electrons themselves.one can’t help but wonder if gravity is somehow different in an electromagnetic coil or in a permanent magnet