Relativity and Cosmology


The Informational Model Gravity

Authors: Sergey V. Shevchenko, Vladimir V. Tokarevsky

n a number of our arXiv papers it was rigorously shown that Matter in our Universe – and Universe as a whole - are some informational systems (structures), which exist as uninterruptedly transforming [practically] infinitesimal sub-sets of the absolutely infinite and fundamental set “Information”. The conception enables to suggest a reasonable physical (“informational”) model that is based on the conjecture that Matter is some analogue of computer (more correct – some analogue of a [huge] number of mutually weakly connected automata). The conjecture, in turn, allows introducing in the model the basic logical elements that constitute the material structures (e.g., particles) and support the informational exchange - i.e. the forces - between the structures. The model yet now makes clearer a number of basic problems in physics; and, besides, enables to put forward rather reasonable model of the gravity force. In this paper more detailed and corrected version of the model is presented.

Comments: English version pages 1-13, Russian one – pages 13-25. Practically the same as the V2, additionally a simple experiment for measurement of the clocks’ tick rate dependence on gravity potential is suggested – see modified “Conclusion” section.

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[v1] 2014-09-05 09:59:01
[v2] 2014-09-09 12:54:32
[v3] 2015-05-28 08:13:18

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