Quantum Physics


All About Mass and Gravitation

Authors: J.A.J. van Leunen

Gravitation and mass are explained by the fact that spherical pulse responses locally and temporarily deform the embedding field. Over time the spherical pulse response integrates into the Green’s function of the field. The shape of the Green’s function resembles the shape of the gravitational potential of point-like masses. At large enough distance an ensemble of massive objects acts as a single point-like mass. This alone does not explain why the gravitational force exists. Inertia explains how physical reality minimizes the third-order change of the universe and generates the acceleration that mutually attracts massive objects. These ingredients explain how gravity works. The mass has a significance of its own and can characterize discrepant regions.

Comments: 14 Pages. This is part of the Hilbert Book Model Project

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