History and Philosophy of Physics

   

The General Mechanics of the Moving Objects

Authors: Peng Gao

In the article, we establish a completely new theory of mechanics based on absolute frame of reference, demonstrating negating the theory developed by Albert Einstein based on relative frame of reference. We derive the results that are different from Einstein’s, explaining the phenomenon that can be explained by Einstein’s theory and beyond. The new generalized the theory discovers the principle of the mechanics, with better accuracy between the theoretical prediction and real experimental results compared with Einstein. The article contains 15 sections as the following, 1. The spatial structure of the universe; 2. The absolute and relative frame of reference of Einstein; 3. Absolute four dimensional space time relationship; 4 The rule for the velocity transformation; 5 Length contraction, time dilation and mass reduction; 6. The modification of Newton's law of universal gravitation; 7. The essence of mechanics; 8. Inertial mass and gravitational mass; 9. Gravitational field and acceleration; 10 Mass and energy; 11. “aether”, expansion of the universe and the properties of the light; 12. The charge and absolute mechanics; 13. The modification of Coulomb law; 14. The modification of Matter wave; 15. The verification of the wave equation.

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