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Gravitation, consequence of a continuous relation between mass and time (5)
E = MCC. C is a constant and C is a continuity We take the line that the speed of light is always the same in any event and in each direction. Consequently a pulse of light, emitted at a … Continue reading
Gravitation, consequence of a continuous relation between mass and time (4)
Quantum physics unsettled? In my previous three posts three commonly accepted views on the goingson in spacetime have been brought up for discussion. A new definition for gravitation has been proposed. The idea that dimensions like lenght, width and height … Continue reading
Gravitation, consequence of a continuous relation between mass and tme (3)
No dice in spacetime Changes of energy or mass in spacetime continuously lead to changes in the division of mass and energy, which changes again cause mass and energy to change etc. Changes in the course of time continuously form … Continue reading
Gravitation, consequence of a continuous relation between mass and time (2)
Gravitational waves do not exist According to the general theory of relativity gravitational waves are emitted by masses losing energy. However, considering that gravitation is the consequence of a continuous relation between mass and time, the impact of gravitation can be visualized … Continue reading
Gravitation, consequence of a continuous relation between mass and time
The spacetimecurvature delusion The general theory of relativity predicts that light is deflected by gravitational fields. Time is subject to mass also i.e. time runs slower as gravitational impact grows and vice versa. These predictions have been proven correct. Gravitation … Continue reading