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A Few Calculations of Receding Moon from Spherical Kinetic Dynamics, Receding Planetary Orbits, and the Quantization of Celestial Motions

Authors: Victor Christianto, Florentin Smarandache, Robert Neil Boyd

The present article discusses some interesting phenomena including the Lense-Thirring type anomalous precession, using a known spherical kinetic dynamics approach. Other implications include a plausible revised version of the celestial quantization equation described by Nottale and Rubcic & Rubcic. If the proposition described herein corresponds to the facts, then this kinetic dynamics interpretation of ‘frame-dragging’ effect could be viewed as a step to unification between GTR-type phenomena and QM. Further observation to verify or refute this conjecture is recommended, plausibly using LAGEOS-type satellites. Keywords: Lense-Thirring effect, celestial quantization, LAGEOS satellite, boson condensation, gravitation

Comments: 12 Pages. This paper has been submitted to EuroSciConf 2019. Your comments are welcome

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[v1] 2018-11-25 06:05:22

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