It is our firm belief that space is abundant with electromagnetic energy; gravitational electromagnetic energy. What is commonly accepted is that matter has mass and weight, and that some also have magnetic field, like the planets, while others do not, like some asteroids. Our hypothesis is that each atom, in the known universe, has both gravitational and magnetic fields, and the latter does not refer to the permanent magnetic field. The key to harvesting this energy is in the frequencies at which it is transmitted through space, and distinct atoms have distinct frequencies. Here we restrict our attention to the element platinum.
Navier-Stokes equations, Symmetry analysis, Differentiable manifolds, Gravitation
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Jacob Manale. (2019) The Mathematics of a Self-Charging Smart-Phone. International Journal of Renewable Energy Sources, 4, 26-31