The d'Alembertian and Maxwell's equations

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The d'Alembertian is a linear second order differential operator, typically in four independant variables. The time-independant version (in three independent (space) variables is called the Laplacian operator. When it's action on a function or vector vanishes, the resulting equation is called the wave equation (or Laplace's equation). When it's action is identified with a non-zero function (or vector function) the resulting equation is called Poisson's equation. This equation is fundamental...

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Our error of the "Expansion Acceleration of Mass" is the reality of the "Contraction Accleration of Light". A monumental breakthrough.


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Unification of Gravity and Electricity discovered by AL ZEEPER (2008)

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TIME is directly proportional to GRAVITY. Time and Gravity are one. EinsteinGravity.com

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Gravity is NOT a pulling force. Gravity is a "pushing" force of Mass Expansion. Time = Mass moving past Light. The earth orbiting the sun. Mass Expansion is Mass moving past stationary Light particles. Gravity is Mass Expansion. Gravity is directly proportional to Time. EinsteinGravity.com