Gravitational Forces Explained as the Result of Anisotropic Energy Exchange between Baryonic Matter and Quantum Vacuum

Author(s)
Stefan L. Hahn

ABSTRACT

Gravitational forces are explained as a result of energy exchange between baryonic matter having the property of mass and the Quantum Vacuum. The derivations are starting with a hypothesis that baryonic matter, particles, atoms and molecules exchange energy with the Quantum Vacuum with zero balance. It is assumed that in absence of an external gravitation field the emission pattern is isotropic. There is no recoil force of radiation. The application of an external gravitation field induces an anisotropy which results in a recoil force of radiation. An ellipsoidal radiation pattern is applied. The eccentricity of the ellipsoid is defined using the maximum possible value of any gravitation field estimated to have the value about 5 × 10^{12} [m/s^{2}]. A formula is derived for calculating the power of the isotropic radiation. It was shown that two masses attract due to the fact that gravitation field lowers the energy density of the Quantum Vacuum. Using the results of measurements of a binary neutron star by Taylor and Hulse (Nobel Prize in Physics 1993) it was shown that possibly gravitational waves carry negative energy.

Gravitational forces are explained as a result of energy exchange between baryonic matter having the property of mass and the Quantum Vacuum. The derivations are starting with a hypothesis that baryonic matter, particles, atoms and molecules exchange energy with the Quantum Vacuum with zero balance. It is assumed that in absence of an external gravitation field the emission pattern is isotropic. There is no recoil force of radiation. The application of an external gravitation field induces an anisotropy which results in a recoil force of radiation. An ellipsoidal radiation pattern is applied. The eccentricity of the ellipsoid is defined using the maximum possible value of any gravitation field estimated to have the value about 5 × 10

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Hahn, S. (2015) Gravitational Forces Explained as the Result of Anisotropic Energy Exchange between Baryonic Matter and Quantum Vacuum.*Journal of Modern Physics*, **6**, 1135-1148. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2015.68117.

Hahn, S. (2015) Gravitational Forces Explained as the Result of Anisotropic Energy Exchange between Baryonic Matter and Quantum Vacuum.

References

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[2] Hahn, S.L. (2007) Bulletin of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Technical Sciences, 35, 405-410.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/159690

[4] Press Release, 13 October 1993, about the Nobel Price in Physics 1993, The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

[5] The binary Pulsar PSR1913+16. www.astrocornell.edu/academics/PSR1913+16.htm

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[8] Information about Experiments of Creation of Matter Click “Creation of Matter from Nothing”.

[1] Hahn, S. (1976) Kleinheubacher Berichte, 20, 145-149.

[2] Hahn, S.L. (2007) Bulletin of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Technical Sciences, 35, 405-410.

[3] Taylor, J.H. and Weisberg, J.M. (1962) Astrophysivcal Journal, 253, 908-920.

http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/159690

[4] Press Release, 13 October 1993, about the Nobel Price in Physics 1993, The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

[5] The binary Pulsar PSR1913+16. www.astrocornell.edu/academics/PSR1913+16.htm

[6] Paoletti, M.S. (1994) Binary Pulsars and Evidence for Gravitational Radiation. University of Maryland, College Park. *) The references [3] to [5] are selected arbitrary from many papers describing the achievement of Taylor and Hulse.

[7] A Time to Kilo: The Atomic Interferometer, Berkeley Science Review. (a report of the achievement of Prof Holger Müller and his team).

[8] Information about Experiments of Creation of Matter Click “Creation of Matter from Nothing”.