Authors: H.-J. Hochecker
From the constancy of light speed as demanded by the theory of special relativity (SRT) the time dilatation, the length contraction and the unsynchronisation of time arises. These three quantities (values) are not to be applied only to matter but also to the space as such, which is contained by matter. Due to this it yields that space areas can be distinguished from other space areas by these three quantities (values). Since these space areas, which are burdened with SRT values, must be in space again, too, it results that these space areas (burdened with SRT values) can move in space as objects. When these space areas meet then they overlap each other three-dimensionally and by doing this they build overlap areas (OA) with new SRT values. In this way these space areas burdened with SRT values can interact with each other, what for they are named space objects (SOs). It turns out that the SOs are able to interact with each other in the most various ways. How this happens is shown among others in this work. Due to their interactions the SOs are able to form highly complex structures, which we know as matter. Matter in its turn interacts by emitting and absorbing grate numbers of SOs in a field like manner. The great importance of the SOs in our world is underpinned in this work with several interesting examples; with that it is shown how the concept of the definition of the SOs can be used, and that it makes sense to use it. The SOs are the elements upon which all things are based and simultaneous they are the most basic of all elements also (in the time burdened threedimensional space). The "Theory of Space Objects" represents a link between different sections of physics such as gravitation, quantum theory, relativity, electromagnetism, building-up of matter, and much more.
Comments: 23 pages, More details and the version in German language can be found on the authors web site (named inside the pdf)
[v1] 27 Oct 2009
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