Authors: Ryoji Furui
This paper proposes a framework of special relativity in which mass is embedded in the time dimension of the spacetime metric and a particle may oscillate between having mass and being massless. The speed of such a particle effectively alternates between subluminal and luminal. The well-known equation for relativistic energy allows such an oscillation if a particle converts all of its mass into energy, thereby removing the problem of requiring infinite energy to reach the light barrier. This makes possible the production of gravitons, which transfer their momentum and energy to matter by colliding with it, giving rise to the gravitational force. Oscillations of particles between mass-bearing and zero-mass states suggest that time, and hence the universe, are eternal.
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