Classical Physics


Gravitation as the Result of the Reintegration of Migrated Electrons and Positrons to Their Atomic Nuclei

Authors: Osvaldo Domann

This paper presents the mechanism of gravitation based on an approach where the energies of electrons and positrons are stored in fundamental particles (FPs) that move radially and continuously through a focal point in space, point where classically the energies of subatomic particles are thought to be concentrated. FPs store the energy in longitudinal and transversal rotations which define corresponding angular momenta. Forces between subatomic particles are the product of the interactions of their FPs. The laws of interactions between fundamental particles are postulated in that way, that the linear momenta for all the basic laws of physics can subsequently be derived from them, linear momenta that are generated out of opposed pairs of angular momenta of fundamental particles. The flattening of Galaxies' Rotation Curve is derived without the need of the definition of Dark Matter, and the repulsion between galaxies is shown without the need of Dark Energy. The mechanism of the dragging between neutral moving masses is explained (Thirring-Lense-effect) and how gravitation affects the precision of atomic clocks is presented (Hafele-Keating experiment). Finally, the compatibility of the presented approach for gravitation with quantum mechanics is shown, what is not the case with general relativity.

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[v1] 2013-12-25 04:58:47
[v2] 2014-11-13 07:36:56
[v3] 2015-07-18 08:32:41
[v4] 2015-07-20 03:19:05
[v5] 2015-11-12 08:50:19
[v6] 2016-01-02 11:20:28
[v7] 2016-04-27 03:23:05
[v8] 2016-11-06 04:37:38
[v9] 2017-02-12 04:42:18
[vA] 2018-01-17 04:25:55
[vB] 2019-01-20 04:11:06

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