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Comments on “ Unification of Gravity and Electromagnetism by Mohammed A . El-Lakany ” & Einstein ’ s Unification

  title={Comments on “ Unification of Gravity and Electromagnetism by Mohammed A . El-Lakany ” \& Einstein ’ s Unification},
  author={C. Y. Lo},
  • C. Lo
  • Published 2017
  • Physics
The unification of gravity and electromagnetism is a conjecture of Einstein although he failed to show it because Einstein did not realize that this unification requires a new charge-mass interaction. Moreover, the existence of such an interaction has been verified by experiments. Apparently M. A. El-Lakany also fails to see the need of such a new interaction. Moreover, he also has no experiment predictions that can be used to support his theory. It will be shown that Einstein’s conjecture is… 
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