Authors: Gerd Pommerenke
In reference to a recently formulated idea of LANCZOS a special solution of the MAXWELL equations is presented, describing a metric wave field which is the reason for all relativistic effects and gravity. Gravity can be lead back to this special electromagnetic field. Interestingly enough, the properties of this field are similar to those, the recently postulated HIGGS-field should have, to avoid violations of already secured perceptions and observations. Based on this solution, an alternative vacuum propagation function for EM-waves is developed, which describes all effects like cosmologic red-shift and the unexpected results of the SN-Ia-cosmology-experiment, completely without dark matter etc. A complete section is dedicated to the results and interpretation of the SN-Ia-cosmology-experiment. The dependencies between the fundamental physical constants, which not all are real constants are enlightened. Thus, an expression for the calculation of the Hubble-parameter only from locally accessible physical constants can be worked out. Due to the alternative propagation function, there is a special investigation of the question "Is the course of the Planck's radiation-function the result of the existence of an upper cut-off frequency of the vacuum?"in the annex. No standard model, no inflation, no dark matter, exact cosmology. Questions and suggestions via firstname.lastname@example.org. Deutsche Version siehe viXra: 1906.0321
Comments: 321 Pages. English version of viXra: 1906.0321
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