The objective of this study is to demonstrate the equivalence between electrical and gravitational forces, as a window to the theory of everything.
The Part I defines a new orbital constant that implies the existence of an own-gravity constant for each system of orbital particles, thus ruling out the universality of the gravity constant; consequently, Part II determines the equality between Coulomb forces and Newton's forces of gravity for any element in the periodic table, defined according to Bohr's atomic model. This is reinforcing in Part III, where by analogy with Gauss's law, the relationship between the electric field and the gravitational field is presenting, as well as the relationship between potentials.
However, a question persists in relation to the electrical phenomenon: what role does the magnetic field play?
The fact that the magnetic field is a relativistic concept as will be shown in Part IV, and the demonstrating of the Lorentz force starting from the relativistic dynamics presented in Part V corroborates the equality between electric and gravitational forces. In addition, allows establish the relationship between the magnetic field and a new concept defined as "resemblant-fields" ... to the magnetic field but of non-electric origin.