Quantum Gravity and String Theory

   

The Inverse Square Root Law of Gravity

Authors: Meir Amiram

John Wheeler’s famous statement “Matter tells space how to curve space tells matter how to move” converges into a surprising underlying machinery, through a discussion of the questions “is gravity space or within space”, “does force cause motion, or maybe motion causes force” and “what is the real gradient law of gravitational fields”. I conclude that space is gravity, and it consists of two ingredients, the concentration gradient of one of them among the other is the gradient of gravitational fields. The Newtonian inverse square law is a phenomenologically based interpretation of a real inverse square root law.

Comments: 10 Pages. This article is based on the essay "Modified Wheelerian Perspective of Gravity" submitted to the Gravity Research Foundation 2012 Awards for Essays on Gravitation

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[v1] 2012-05-15 07:13:39

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