Authors: Chun-Xuan Jiang
Comments: 11 Pages.
Lewin said: publish this paper in a refereed journal and once it is accepted buy yourself a first class ticket to Stockholm to pick up Nobel prize for physics.
Authors: Sergey V. Ershkov
Comments: 12 Pages. Key Words: photogravitational restricted three body problem, Jacobian-type integral of motion, Yarkovsky effect, spiral motion
Here is presented a new type of exact solution for photogravitational restricted 3-bodies problem (a case of spiral motion).
A key point is that from the Jacobian-type integral we obtain the appropriate specific case of spiral motion for photogravitational restricted 3-bodies problem (when orbit of small 3-rd body is assumed to be like a spiral).
Besides, we should especially note that there is no analogue of Jacobian-type integral of motion in the case of photogravitational restricted 3-bodies problem if we take into consideration even a small Yarkovsky effect.
Authors: A. Beckwith
Comments: 17 Pages. Clean up of reference  in bibliography, spelling Mishra's name correctly, plus removal of typos
Makes linkage between electro weak information and present day information in terms of a T duality between Gravitinos and Gravitons. Elucidates how information content as underlined by Mach's principle in the electro weak to present era as being similar in information storage with respect to gravitinos ( EW ), and Gravitons (today). Motivation is to provide a reason for why the Plancks constant and fine structure constant remain invariant rather than change over time, as suggested by Dirac and others .
Authors: Dhananjay P. Mehendale
Comments: 5 pages
We propose novel technique for detecting gravitational waves using facilities at LIGO with certain changes and additions in the present setup. We suggest replacing the perfectly reflecting mirrors fixed at the ends of the arms of interferometer by exactly identical photo detectors. We propose to use high energy laser to ensure well defined quantized form for the radiation. We make provision to determine maximality of incident intensity of light packet falling on the photo detector and further make provision to check whether this peak intensity is simultaneous in reaching both the detectors. Simultaneity of reaching of peak intensity is used to provide high inputs to something like logical AND gate. These provisions like logical AND gate will be sending high output if and when peak intensity will hit both the photo detectors simultaneously. This high output of logical AND will be used to operate a counter to go one count up. We suggest utilizing the simultaneous arrival of light packets with exactly equal peak intensity at detector to give an up count in the counter. These light packets are running in two orthogonal arms, originally emerged from a pulsed laser source and split into two beams by beam splitter, We propose to measure counts that will be shown by the counter after a sufficiently long interval of time. Now, if over this sufficiently long period any gravitational waves will pass through the apparatus they will cause stretching and squeezing of interferometer arms in a reciprocal way and the pulses directed towards photo detectors from beam splitter will not reach these detectors simultaneously with exactly equal peak intensity. This will be causing turning on of the logical AND lesser number of times leading in effect to lesser number of counts that will be recorded by the counter. From this record of lesser number of counts, less than the expected number when no gravitational waves reach the apparatus, we can conclusively infer that gravitational waves have certainly passed through the apparatus! Instead of laser one may consider using a well regulated uniform beam of particles, like electrons, to fall on beam splitters with relevant replacements in the detection apparatus in place of perfectly reflecting mirrors and again using same methodology for the detection.
Authors: Sergey V. Ershkov
Comments: 7 Pages. Key Words: KAM (Kolmogorov-Arnold-Moser) theory; Hamilton formalism; Yarkovsky effect; photogravitational restricted three body problem; Jacobian-type integral of motion
Here are presented a key points of criticism of KAM (Kolmogorov-Arnold-Moser) theory in the application of main results to the field of celestial mechanics, especially in the case of restricted 3-bodies problem.
The main paradox of KAM-theory is that appropriate Hamilton formalism should be valid for the KAM dynamical systems, but Hamilton formalism could not be applied for restricted 3-bodies problem (which is proved to have only the Jacobian-type integral of motion, but the integrals of energy, momentum are not invariants).
Authors: Gubin Veaceslav
Comments: 2 pages
The calculated values of the ratio of vacuum energy (dark energy - 0.7160) and unobservable matter (dark matter - 0.2140) in a combined FRW metric ( static de Sitter and anti-de Sitter spacetimes with equal values of curvature radius – Friedman, A.A. periodical from minus to plus infinity time un-static Universe )