Posted: Nov 08, 2016 9:11 pm
by electricgravity1
TopCat wrote:For the sun to attract all the planets such that they remain in orbit, it must, in the Electric Gravity Universe, have an opposite charge to the planets.


No.
Are you aware of atomic theory?
Despite being electrically neutral, atoms will experience mutual attraction. e.g H2 , O2 O3
Its not straight forward why they do it, but roughly, the electrons in the atoms are attracted to the nuclei of all the atoms, hence atom systems often arrange themselves so electrons of different atoms can be near all the nuclei.

its like that with celestial bodies too.
The electrons in the sun are attracted to the protons In Earth
The protons in the sun are attracted to the electrons in Earth
The electrons in the Earth are attracted to the protons in the Sun
The protons in the Earth are attracted to the electrons in the Sun

The electric layout of a celestial body is similar to an atom, with positive charge concentrating in the core, while negative charge goes to the out layers and surface.