Authors: Jamahl Peavey
A classical wave function is presented as an interface between a gravitational and an electromagnetic field. Binary star precessions are calculated as a best test for the most important interface in physics. Among the ten most difficult systems tested are DI Herculis, V541 Cygni and AS Camelopardalis. These systems have observed precessions which are not consistent with theoretical predictions. The precession results based on the classical wave function prove there is a fundamental relationship between Newtonian mechanics, general relativity and quantum mechanics.
Comments: 5 pages, The attached article's results were presented at Bulgaria's Sofia Technical University's "Physics Day Conference 2011"
[v1] 29 Sep 2011
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