[5] **viXra:0704.0005 [pdf]**
*submitted on 17 Apr 2007*

**Authors:** Radi I. Khrapko

**Comments:** recovered from sciprint.org

A circularly polarized electromagnetic beam is considered, which is absorbed by a plane, and the mechanical stress produced in the plane by the beam is calculated. It is shown that the central part of the beam produces a torque at the central region of the plane due to the spin of the beam, and the wall of the beam produces an additional torque due to orbital angular momentum of the beam. The total torque acting on the plane equals two power of the beam divided by the frequency. This fact contradicts the standard electrodynamics, which predicts the torque equals power of the beam divided by frequency, and means the electrodynamics is incomplete. An introducing of the spin tensor corrects the electrodynamics.

**Category:** Classical Physics

[4] **viXra:0704.0004 [pdf]**
*submitted on 14 Apr 2007*

**Authors:** M. Pitkanen

**Comments:** recovered from sciprint.org

Number theoretic Langlands program can be seen as an attempt
to unify number theory on one hand and theory of representations
of reductive Lie groups on the other hand. So called automorphic
functions to which various zeta functions are closely related define the
common denominator. Geometric Langlands program tries to achieve
a similar conceptual unification in the case of function fields. This
program has caught the interest of physicists during last years.

**Category:** High Energy Particle Physics

[3] **viXra:0704.0003 [pdf]**
*submitted on 14 Apr 2007*

**Authors:** C. Y. Lo

**Comments:** recovered from sciprint.org

Einstein & Rosen discovered the non-existence of wave solutions. However, the Physical Review found that the singulari-ties they discovered are removable. Since the editorial accepted wave solutions with unbounded amplitude, Einstein's require-ment on weak gravity was implicitly rejected in disagreement with general relativity. On the other hand, from the Hulse-Taylor binary pulsars experiment, it has been found that the nonexistence of gravitational wave solution is due to a violation of the principle of causality. It will be shown that such a violation can be seen directly from the cylindrical "waves" of Einstein and Rosen. The root of such an error lasting more than half a century is due to that the editorial of Physical Review and others did not understand Einstein's equivalence principle and incorrectly regarded it as essentially the same as Pauli's version. Conse-quently, they do not understand a basic principle in science, the principle of causality adequately. Moreover, the rejection of Einstein's requirement on weak gravity was based on the invalid interim "covariance principle". Currently, misinterpretations of Einstein's equivalence principle and the acceptance of the invalid "covariance principle", in effect, have developed into efforts conspired to give deceptive predictions.

**Category:** Relativity and Cosmology

[2] **viXra:0704.0002 [pdf]**
*submitted on 14 Apr 2007*

**Authors:** M. Pitkanen

**Comments:** recovered from sciprint.org

Nuclear string hypothesis is one of the most dramatic almost-predictions
of TGD. The hypothesis in its original form assumes that nucleons inside
nucleus form closed nuclear strings with neighboring nuclei of the
string connected by exotic meson bonds consisting of color magnetic
flux tube with quark and anti-quark at its ends. The lengths of flux
tubes correspond to the p-adic length scale of electron and therefore
the mass scale of the exotic mesons is around 1 MeV in accordance
with the general scale of nuclear binding energies. The long lengths
of em flux tubes increase the distance between nucleons and reduce
Coulomb repulsion. A fractally scaled up variant of ordinary QCD
with respect to p-adic length scale would be in question and the usual
wisdom about ordinary pions and other mesons as the origin of nuclear
force would be simply wrong in TGD framework as the large mass scale
of ordinary pion indeed suggests.

**Category:** High Energy Particle Physics

[1] **viXra:0704.0001 [pdf]**
*submitted on 8 Apr 2007*

**Authors:** V. Christianto, F. Smarandache

**Comments:** recovered from sciprint.org

In the present article we would like to make a few comments on a recent paper by
A. Yefremov in this journal [1]. It is interesting to note here that he concludes his
analysis by pointing out that using full machinery of Quaternion Relativity it is possible
to explain Pioneer XI anomaly with excellent agreement compared with observed
data, and explain around 45% of Pioneer X anomalous acceleration. We argue
that perhaps it will be necessary to consider extension of Lorentz transformation to
H4 of Finsler-Berwald metric, as discussed by a number of authors in the past few
years. In this regard, it would be interesting to see if the use of extended Lorentz
transformation could also elucidate the long-lasting problem known as Ehrenfest
paradox. Further observation is of course recommended in order to refute or verify
this proposition.

**Category:** Relativity and Cosmology