
Equation of Potential:
This is the equation of the electrostatic potential I derived. It differs from the classic potential by the multiplicative exponential term. The classic potential is just k/r and this goes to infinity as r goes to zero. This behavior is termed “singular.” My potential does not go to infinity and is called a “nonsingular” potential. It is this nonsingular character of my potential, both in the electrostatic and gravitational potentials that really allow my work to predict things current physics cannot do. For instance, the compact reactor is a direct result of this potential form. The best form for playing with the equation should be
because phi is typically used to denote a gauge potential.
 Pharis Williams



