Relativity and Cosmology


The Optical Breakdown Density Limit Gamma Giving the Lorentz Transformation Mechanism

Authors: Peter A Jackson

The maximum possible density of conjugate ionized pairs produced by photo-ionization is defined as the optical breakdown (OB) density, which may be considered in terms of minimum wavelength (l) as gamma. Applying Raman atomic scattering to the shocks and transition zones treated as two-fluid plasmas we identify the effects of approaching gamma on the absorption and re-emission process. We theoretically describe how the maximum density and related minimum wavelength limit produce the increasing resistance to electromagnetic (EM) wave permeability at propagation velocities approaching c. The increased ionization with increase speed through the quantum vacuum is found analogous to the Unruh effect and not in conflict with the postulates of Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity (SR). Heat and sound is produced as density and resistance increases to the ion density limit 1021/cm-3. The effect at OB provides a mechanism to implement the Lorentz Transformation (LT) by producing the 'gamma' curve as a resistance curve to matter in motion at increasing speeds in the quantum vacuum due to the bow shock photo-ionisation.

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[v1] 2013-06-11 11:07:12

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