Coulomb’s Law

Coulomb’s law means instantaneous electrical forces.

This is not observed; probably because of Newton’s prior thoughts.

Electrical forces exist in the time domain since they are perceived via motion.

We really do need to understand the process of thinking more thoroughly since the above are thoughts.

Update: The Lorentz force is the electromagnetic force caused by electric charges in motion. Electric charges move in an electric field produced by electric charge separation. So Newton described the motion of charged particles/objects without knowing the existence of electricity.

So Coulomb’s Law is actually Newton’s law of gravitation?

About Louis Hissink

Retired diamond exploration geologist. I spent my professional life looking for mineral deposits, found some, and also located a number of kimberlites in NSW and Western Australia. Exploration geology is the closest one can get to practicing the scientific method, mineral exploration always being concerned with finding anomalous geophysical or geochemical data, framing a model and explanation for the anomaly and then testing it with drilling or excavation. All scientific theories are ultimately false since they invariably involved explaining something with incomplete extant knowledge. Since no one is omniscient or knows everything, so too scientific theories which are solely limited to existing knowledge. Because the future always yields new data, scientific theories must change to be compatible with the new data. Thus a true scientist is never in love with any particular theory, always knowing that when the facts change, so too must he/she change their minds.
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