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revised Did Einstein prove $E=mc^2$ correctly?
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comment Charge density and space inversion
Yes, I thought of that myself. However it would be an equally valid assumption to consider charge and volume to be pseudoscalars.
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comment Potential that is proportional to distance
Can you give a hint about how you tried to solve the equation?
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revised Potential that is proportional to distance
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comment Potential that is proportional to distance
@CuriousOne I do not really understand what you are trying to say. I believe it starts with $F(\vec{r}) = \vec{\nabla} V \sim \hat{r} $ where $\hat{r}$ is a vector with unit lenght everywhere, pointing at the centre.
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comment Potential that is proportional to distance
@JohnRennie Ok, a movement in 2D and a potential in 3D.