Mass versus Weight?

After you read the basic  ElectroGravity paper “Free Fall of Elementary Particles“, you will understand that mass does not always have weight.  Weight is due to the electric effect of atomic polarization of the object in the Earth’s gravitational field, which is dielectric.

This is contrary to conventional Physics but is a very important concept to fully understand to grasp ElectroGravity.  

As agreed with conventional Physics, your weight depends only on gravitational acceleration.  Not on the mass. 

You could be floating in outside space and appear to have no weight, or you could accelerate in a rocket and feel like you were standing on the surface of the Earth.

On a subatomic level, an electron or a proton may not fall in the gravitational field of the Earth.  Electrons will only be attracted/repelled by another electric charge, or an electric force field when located far away from other matter.

If Gravity is a type of divergent electric field, electrons will not fall in a gravitational field inside a dielectric container, but electrical neutral atoms will fall.  This is due to the slight atomic polarization from non-canceled BxV fields, as described in “Free Fall of Elementary Particles“.

The Flat Earth Society even uses the Equivalence principle, a fundamental law of physics that states that gravitational and inertial forces are of a similar nature and often indistinguishable – as an argument to prove that the Earth is flat!   That is a little bit off-topic, but you can see it here:

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