Tag Archives: particle physics

Beware of suggestive changes of information (32)

Introduction. In post 13 (March 2011) I have explained why I think that gravity is not an emergent phenomenon but a continuity, in contrast with Erik Verlinde’s idea of emergent gravity. n post 31 (September 2016) I have explained why … Continue reading

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Missing mass/energy in the universe is not dark but light (31)

In addition to previous posts (15 and 18 in particular) I suggest the possibility that missing mass/energy in the universe is not dark but actually light and therefore in fact not missing at all. I’ll explain why there is no empty … Continue reading

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Was the signal observed by LIGO really a gravitational wave or is there an alternative explanation? (30)

In previous posts I have explained why I think that gravitational waves do not exist and cannot come into existence. In short I have a combination of two arguments on which I base my conviction that the signal observed by LIGO … Continue reading

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A closer look at the strong and weak forces as endogenous interactions (29)

As explained in posts 21, 23, 24 and 25, both gravitation and electromagnetic interaction are bound endogenously by C=T/M x E/S, a concept derived from Einstein’s E=MCC (see also posts 6, 13 and 14). Electromagnetic interaction An increase of the … Continue reading

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Cosmological relativity (28)

In post 12 I have explained why the speed of light is not constant. In posts 9 and 15 I have explained why Einstein’s Equivalent Principle is out of date as he did not take account of the difference between … Continue reading

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“Particles accelerate without a push” (MIT news, January 20, 2015). An explanation (27)

Particles accelerate without a push: this phenomenon is a perfect example of an endogenous process. I have laid the theoretical foundation for such a process in various earlier posts as will be explained below. First question: what is the essence … Continue reading

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The wrong tracks of physics and string theories (26)

In his book “A Brief History of Time” Stephen Hawking describes how in Euclidean space-time there is no difference between the directions of time and the directions of space. The theoretical consequences of this mathematical concept imply that freedom of … Continue reading

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