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 space-time (C is continuous). Yet time and energy (= mass) transmitted do vary in proportion to changes in the division of mass and energy in space-time. Consequently radiation is subjected to the equation C=T/M, whereas the relation between mass and time (= gravity or spatial differences in time) is subjected to C. Therefore one may consider that gravitation is the influence by which energy or information is transmitted. Yet how can this function be compatible with the impact gravitation has on the frequency, the nergy of electromagnetic waves? This apparent incompatibility of functions, transmitting energy and increasing or decreasing the frequency/energy of radiation waves, can be explained by the circumstance that gravitation is not only the consequence of mass but also of time. If time delays, the frequency (= energy = mass) of radiation waves increases. If time accelerates the opposite happens.
This continuous process makes sure that energy can only be emitted or absorbed to a certain extent. Therefore the amount of energy that can be emitted or absorbed is finite because of the self-regulating mechanism of the continuous relation between mass and time. Consequently the basis of quantum physics, the hypothesis of Max Planck, is unsettled.
To be continued.