Mathematical Physics


Do Planets Possess a Singularity of Theirs?

Authors: M.V. Nembahe

This current paper builds on my previous analysis; where I showed that a set preserved finite unit of time (hour), with respect to Earth and Moon, corresponds to a set preserved finite unit of distance (kilometer). Here I now show why such distance-time unit relation was achieved without the inclusion of mass; granted the preserved 90 degree angle, wherein Earth and Moon coexist as deflated boundaries; did not compromise their radians and squared distance in aiding for the synthesis of time. But the case is not the same with mass; granted the 90 degree angle must remain constant at t=0 opposite-off mass. Mass would thus be found to be the ratio between the two deflated boundaries combined; relativistic to the thus 90 degree empty void.

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[v1] 2019-08-26 19:47:24

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