UFT is an abbeviation for Unified Field Theory to unify electric forces and gravity.
Gravity to electric force ratio is defined as
GEFR = GF/EF
The GEFR for an electron of hydrogen is
where is the distance between sun and earth. and dd is about 62.6( dddd=3918.8).
Thus we have arrived at inverse square square station of UFT. In this station, gravity equation is manipulated as follows
where G' is gravitational constant of inverse biquadrate gravitional law ~4.257 .
This theory couldn't be published because density of earth is extremely low. Conventional over 5 ton/ decreases less than 100 gram/ in this theory. 35gram/.
It is conventional to integrate by differential sphere shell. omitting directional cosine term for astronomic object,
Inverse Biquadrate Gravity Edit
It is preferable to determine G" from mass of earth and gravitational acceleration.
Failed to parse (lexing error): G" = g r_{E}^4 /M_e
To avoid diverging integration, It is better to determine G' from mass of earth and distance from the moon.
Failed to parse (lexing error): G" = r_{EM}^5 \omega_{ME} ^2 /M_e
Then GEFR for an electron of hydrogen becomes
Failed to parse (lexing error): GEFR = G"/G'=2.46 %
Mass and density of sun is very high compared earth in this scheme.
It is notable that density of Neptune is less than half of earth in the inverse square scheme.
Table of synodic periods in the Solar System, relative to Earth:
Sid. P. (a) Syn. P. (a) Syn. P. (d) Mercury 0.241 0.317 115.9 Venus 0.615 1.599 583.9 Earth 1 — — Moon 0.0748 0.0809 29.5306 Mars 1.881 2.135 780.0 4 Vesta 3.629 1.380 504.0 1 Ceres 4.600 1.278 466.7 10 Hygiea 5.557 1.219 445.4 Jupiter 11.87 1.092 398.9 Saturn 29.45 1.035 378.1 Uranus 84.07 1.012 369.7 Neptune 164.9 1.006 367.5 134340 Pluto 248.1 1.004 366.7 136199 Eris 557 1.002 365.9 90377 Sedna 12050 1.00001 365.1
Combination Edit
If we combine inverse square and inverse biquadrate gravity to meet the GEFR = 1 condition easily.
Above combination doesnt work. Tuning exponent from 4 is available method of meeting the condition.
n= 4.16545035
gravitational accelerationEdit
Although the integration diverges at surface, Gravitational acceleration g could be integrated with directional cosine term in the inverse biquadrate scheme. The rersult doesn't work for nearfield gravity. It is properable to use noninterger exponent. and probably the density of earth is less than that of the moon. or Structure of the Earth should be modified with inverse biquadrate forces.
According to Wien approximation, I(ν,T) ( the amount of energy per unit surface area per unit time per unit solid angle per unit frequency emitted at a frequency ν )is function of ν and temperature. Equation of nearfield gravitational acceleration is given as follows.
Earth Moon distance and forcesEdit
In the conventional inverse square scheme, The Moon is exceptionally large relative to the Earth, being a quarter the diameter of the planet. and the Earth and Moon are still commonly considered a planetsatellite system instead of double planet
From Angular mometum conservation,
If we assume equivalent density for moon and earth,
Rm/Re =2.626.
then =3.656 Giga Meter
Then Inverse biquadrate Gravity constant is G" should be multiplied by 9.549*9.549.
= 224.31%
The above value is reasonable because inverse square potantial is larger for outer radius. and the density of the sun converges to over 1,000 times.
Radius of planetEdit
Name  Equatorial diameter(sq)^{[a]}  Mass(sq)^{[a]}  Orbital radius(sq) (AU)  Equatorial diameter (biq,shortest distance)  Mass(biq)  Orbital radius(biq)  Orbital period (years)  Inclination to Sun's equator (°)  Orbital eccentricity  Rotation period (days)  Axial tilt (°)  Named moons  Rings  Atmosphere  

Sun  Sun  109  332900  0  109  8.79M  0        25(equato)~35(pole)  —  —  no   
Terrestrials  Mercury  0.382  0.06  0.39  0.271  0.565  0.24  3.38  0.206  58.64  ~0.01  —  no  minimal  
Venus  0.949  0.82  0.72  0.605  0.826  0.62  3.86  0.007  243.02  177.4  —  no  CO_{2}, N_{2}  
Moon  0.275  1/81  1.00  2.626  18.11  1.00  1.00  ~28  1.5424  1  no  
Earth^{[b]}  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  7.25  0.017  1.00  23.44  no  N_{2}, O_{2}  
Mars  0.532  0.11  1.52  0.292  1.287  1.88  5.65  0.093  1.03  25.19  2  no  CO_{2}, N_{2}  
Gas giants  Jupiter  11.209  317.8  5.20  4.508  2.689  11.86  6.09  0.048  0.41  3.13  49  yes  H_{2}, He  
Saturn  9.449  95.2  9.54  3.176  3.870  29.46  5.51  0.054  0.43  26.73  52  yes  H_{2}, He  
Uranus  4.007  14.6  19.22  1.077  5.885  84.01  6.48  0.047  0.72  97.77  27  yes  H_{2}, He  
Neptune  3.883  17.2  30.06  0.896  7.705  164.8  6.43  0.009  0.67  28.32  13  yes  H_{2}, He  
Name  Equatorial diameter^{[c]}  Mass^{[c]}  Orbital radius (AU)  Equatorial diameter (biq,shortest distance)  Mass(biq)  Orbital radius(biq)  Orbital period (years)  Inclination to ecliptic (°)  Orbital eccentricity  Rotation period (days)  Moons  Rings  Atmosphere 

Ceres  0.08  0.000 2  2.5–3.0  0.038  1.841  4.60  10.59  0.080  0.38  0  no  none  
Pluto  0.19  0.002 2  29.7–49.3  0.040  9.075  248.09  17.14  0.249  −6.39  3  no  temporary  
Haumea  0.37×0.16  0.000 7  35.2–51.5  0.012  9.598  285.38  28.19  0.189  0.16  2  
Makemake  ~0.12  0.000 7  38.5–53.1  0.024  9.919  309.88  28.96  0.159  ?  0  ?  ? ^{[d]}  
Eris  0.19  0.002 5  37.8–97.6  0.033  12.54  ~557  44.19  0.442  ~0.3  1  ?  ? ^{[d]}  
