Electric Universe hypothesis (EU)
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The Electric Universe hypothesis may refer to any of several observational explanations that reject or downplay gravity as a fundamental force in nature, placing emphasis instead on the interactions of the electro-magnetic forces and authoring an alternative physics with the electric posited as the central force in the physical universe.
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- Warder, George Woodward (1900), Invisible Light; or, The Electric Theory of Creation, New York: G.W. Dillingham Company, https://archive.org/details/invisiblelighto00wardgoog