## Gravity & Electromagnetism Unified

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Rev-2A. This is an Important Mathematical Discovery. No one has ever provided mathematical evidence that unifies gravity and electromagnetism. Note that the two classical equations of Newton's Gravity and Coulomb's Law have a similar form. Also note that when

Limit (r) ---> 0, these 2 equations approach a singularity

This implies that our universe collapses to a single point for unification. This is both a mathematical and physical unification. Each reader must comprehend that our universe literally blinks, off and on, 1.1 trillion cycles each second (1.1 THz). See my related articles, including the blinking universe calculation and 1024-QAM for elementary particles. There are 3 mathematical approaches and 3 empirical sources that all conclude the same idea - our universe is blinking.

As Einstein once said, "Reality is merely an illusion..." - A blinking universe would certainly make his statement correct.

There is also an important mathematical distinction here. Note that I did not say these equations become infinite, nor did I state that division by zero is occurring. The two equations approach a limit, such that the difference between them becomes trivial. They become unified as they get closer to the singularity. Consider that the smallest distance that can be measured using current technology is about 10^-19 meters. Planck scale is about 10^-35 meters. Now consider these two equations at 10^ -10,000. The difference between them becomes trivial. And which equation approaches the singularity faster is immaterial.

There is also a term, 1/r^2, in calculations for the strong force. This cannot be a mere coincidence. This simple math suggests that all of the fundamental forces collapse to a single point for unification.

The definition for unification according to Merriam-Webster's dictionary is:

the act, process, or result of unifying

Clearly, this process is happening for these two equations as r approaches zero.

Some readers have criticized the issue of positive or negative charge. However, this is similar to a computer quantum bit that holds both a zero value and a one value, at the same time.

Limit (r) ---> 0, these 2 equations approach a singularity

This implies that our universe collapses to a single point for unification. This is both a mathematical and physical unification. Each reader must comprehend that our universe literally blinks, off and on, 1.1 trillion cycles each second (1.1 THz). See my related articles, including the blinking universe calculation and 1024-QAM for elementary particles. There are 3 mathematical approaches and 3 empirical sources that all conclude the same idea - our universe is blinking.

As Einstein once said, "Reality is merely an illusion..." - A blinking universe would certainly make his statement correct.

There is also an important mathematical distinction here. Note that I did not say these equations become infinite, nor did I state that division by zero is occurring. The two equations approach a limit, such that the difference between them becomes trivial. They become unified as they get closer to the singularity. Consider that the smallest distance that can be measured using current technology is about 10^-19 meters. Planck scale is about 10^-35 meters. Now consider these two equations at 10^ -10,000. The difference between them becomes trivial. And which equation approaches the singularity faster is immaterial.

There is also a term, 1/r^2, in calculations for the strong force. This cannot be a mere coincidence. This simple math suggests that all of the fundamental forces collapse to a single point for unification.

The definition for unification according to Merriam-Webster's dictionary is:

the act, process, or result of unifying

**:**the state of being unified.__www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unification__Clearly, this process is happening for these two equations as r approaches zero.

Some readers have criticized the issue of positive or negative charge. However, this is similar to a computer quantum bit that holds both a zero value and a one value, at the same time.

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