Relativity and Cosmology

   

The Psychological Conflict from the General Theory of Relativity (1916) and the Proton Rafius Puzzle

Authors: Piscedda Giampaolo

In developing the general theory of relativity, Albert Einstein assert: My main purpose, is to develop this theory, so that the reader is aware that the way we set out, is psychologically the only natural one ( book title: La teoria della relatività, by Albert Einstein, Cap. 1 paragraph 4 ). Then we can deduced, that any solution of a physical problem attributable to the general theory of relativity, is psychologically the only natural one. After a brief introduction we solves the following problem: What will be the effect of muon, when it is inside the proton of density Jp = Vp/Mp for an infinitely small time? After to solve the problem we conclude that, experiments conducted with electrons and muon to measure the proton radius that will give the same result, come into contradiction with the general theory of relativity

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