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Gravitation, consequence of a continuous relation between mass and time (11)
The Black Hole Information Paradox: it ain’t necessarily so The Information Paradox deals with the question whether information which is absorbed by a Black Hole is lost for ever or may stay intact and even get clear one day. With … Continue reading
Gravitation, consequence of a continuous relation between mass and time (10)
The cosmological constant revised Because gravitational waves do not exist (post 2 “Gravitational waves do not exist”) it stands to reason that gravitons, virtual or real, do not exist either. According to Heisenberg’s principle of uncertainty there are uncertainty relations … Continue reading
Gravitation, consequence of a continuous relation between mass and time (9)
Time and energy The hypothesis of Planck being unsettled by the continuous interaction between mass and time, does not necessarily mean that particles do not exist. It means that particles need not exist, that there might be waves only. The … Continue reading
Gravitation, consequence of a continuous relation between mass and time (8)
Max Planck’s quantum hypothesis unsettled The kinetic energy of a ray of light does not vary (C is constant), neither does its path through spacetime (C is continuous). Yet time and energy (= mass) transmitted do vary in proportion to … Continue reading
Gravitation, consequence of a continuous relation between mass and time (7)
Max Planck’s quantum hypothesis Planck’s quantum hypothesis (1900) implies that energy can only be emitted or absorbed in certain quantities, meaning that these processes are subject to restriction. Without such a restriction it would be possible in theory that the … Continue reading
Gravitation, consequence of a continuous relation between mass and time (6)
C = T/M x E/S. The speed of light is equal to the quotient of space travelled by light and time passed meanwhile: C = S/T. Energy is equal to the product of mass and the square of the speed … Continue reading