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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 “non-singular” potential. It is this non-singular 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


Equation of Potential


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