Lorentz’s Transformations and Gravitation in the Granular Space Theory

Author(s)
V Konushko

ABSTRACT

Research into the read structure of space at ways leads to the conclusion on the existence of a privileged (absolute) system of reference, with all the equations remaining invariant about Lorentz’s transformations. The expansion of these transformations makes it possible to obtain easily the Schwarzshild matrix and, also, all the results of Einstein’s theory of gravity. The untangling of the physical meaning of velocity as a measure of relative deformation of elementary space cells eliminates, at last, all the paradoxes of Lorentz’s transformations and allows visual observation of the mechanism of gravity and Coulomb interaction in imaginary experiments.

Research into the read structure of space at ways leads to the conclusion on the existence of a privileged (absolute) system of reference, with all the equations remaining invariant about Lorentz’s transformations. The expansion of these transformations makes it possible to obtain easily the Schwarzshild matrix and, also, all the results of Einstein’s theory of gravity. The untangling of the physical meaning of velocity as a measure of relative deformation of elementary space cells eliminates, at last, all the paradoxes of Lorentz’s transformations and allows visual observation of the mechanism of gravity and Coulomb interaction in imaginary experiments.

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nullV. Konushko, "Lorentz’s Transformations and Gravitation in the Granular Space Theory,"*Journal of Modern Physics*, Vol. 2 No. 6, 2011, pp. 431-446. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2011.26053.

nullV. Konushko, "Lorentz’s Transformations and Gravitation in the Granular Space Theory,"

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[1] M. Planck, “The Unity of the physical patter of the World”, NAUKA, Moscow, 1996, pp. 108.

[2] V. Konushko, “Concepts of granular space theory”, SPUTNIK, Moscow, 1999.

[3] R. Feynman, “The Feynman lectures on physics”, Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, London, 1963.

[4] V. Konushko, “Granular Space and the Problem of Large Numbers”, J. Mod. Phys., 2011 (is being type).

[5] J. Wheeler, “Einsteins vision”, SPRINGER – VERLAG, New-York, 1968.

[6] T. Jacobson, R. Parentani, “The Echo of the Black Holes”, Scientific American, № 3, 2006, pp. 17. A. Smolin, “Atom’s space and Time”, Scientific American, № 4, 2004, pp. 20.

[7] H. Bondi, “Assumption and myth in physical theory”, Cambridge, 1967. V. Braginsky, A. Polnarev, “Surprising Universe”, NAUKA, Moscow, 1985

[8] V. Konushko, “Weak Interaction and the Nature of Virtual Particles”, J. Mod. Phys., № 4, 2011, pp. 45-57.

[9] V. Konushko, “Gravitational Enerdy levels and the Problem of Microwave Radiational of the Universe”, J. Mod. Phys., 2011 (is being type).

[10] V. Fock, “The theory of space time and gravitation”, Pergamon press, London, 1959.

[11] A. Levin, “Trillion years before Big bang”, Popular Mecanics, № 6, 2010, pp. 47-50.