Does All Mass Have Weight?

elevator_physicsAfter you read the basic  ElectroGravity paper “Free Fall of Elementary Particles“, you will understand that mass does not always have weight

We may all agree that mass is a direct function of the speed of propagation of electromagnetic energy.  However, weight is not always a function of mass. 

For example; elementary particles, such as electrons will not fall in the gravitational field of the Earth – unless attracted/repelled by another electric charge.  This is contrary to conventional Physics, but is a very important concept to fully  understand to grasp ElectroGravity. 

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