# Submission Creation Requests

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I propose to submit the following paper to the review section:

Reference tag: 100(1):66-140
Title: Nuclear Magneton Theory of Mass Quantization-Unified Field Theory
Authors: Bahjat R J Muhyedeen
Tags: Electromagnetism
Submission date: 2013-04-01
Category: hep-th

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answered Jul 31, 2015 by (0 points)
edited Oct 17, 2015
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I propose to submit the following paper to the review section:

URL: Unity of force fields have been considered by Scientists long time ago. Following article is clearly proofs electro-gravitational field according to the «Electro gravitational effect». There is a difference between the weights in weighing a strong magnet from different poles directions . why is it ? It is not from polarization ( because that polarization only increases the weight from every direction and doesn’t shows any difference between the weights) nor from earth magnetic field (because the earth magnetic applies Torque and not Single force). I think and sure that it is gravitational . The theory not only is proven practically , but also explains the Black hole ionic eruption. It is also forecasts two jets for black hole. This is because the pressure of single magnetic ions(and electrons) which are attracted into black hole.

Reference tag: SHARIF-Te-1702
Title: Electro-gravitational unity
Tags: Eg.U
Submission date: 2015-09-23
Category: physics

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answered Sep 24, 2015 by (-10 points)
edited Sep 24, 2015 by Dilaton
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I propose to submit the following paper to the review section:

Reference tag: NONE
Title: How time and mass exists in the universe
Authors: John Linus O'Sullivan
Tags: NONE
Submission date: 2015-10-18
Category: gr-qc

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answered Oct 19, 2015 by (0 points)
edited Oct 20, 2015

In this paper, even some basics of special relativity seem to be confused, which makes this work not appropriate for PhysicsOverflow.

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I propose to submit the following paper to the review section:

Title: Time and Gravity in the Universe
Authors: John Linus O'Sullivan
Submission date: 2015-10-21
Category: Cosmology

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answered Oct 23, 2015 by (0 points)
edited Oct 23, 2015
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I propose to submit the following paper to the review section:

Reference tag: linusosullivan.com
Title: Electromagnetic Field and Time
Authors: John Linus O'Sullivan
Tags: Cosmology
Submission date: 2015-10-20
Category: physics

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answered Oct 28, 2015 by (0 points)
edited Oct 29, 2015 by Dilaton
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I propose to submit the following paper to the review section:

Reference tag: vixra:1511.0047
Title: Metric Based on Cosmological Principle: Uniqueness and Implicit Assumptions
Authors: Sudesh Kumar
Tags: RW Metric, Cartan-Karlhede Algorithm
Submission date: 2015-11-05
Category: class-gr

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answered Nov 10, 2015 by (5 points)
edited Nov 10, 2015

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