Relativity and Cosmology

   

Gravitation based on Scalar Fields and Black Holes

Authors: Mark Titleman

This paper puts forward the notion that the universe possesses a scalar field similar to that proposed by E.T. Whittaker in which waveforms travel longitudinally. It is proposed that this scalar field forms through black holes, creating both normal transverse EM radiation as well as gravity. This conception of the universe has important consequences such as increasing the speed limit of light in the universe to 1.14c within a black hole, applying parsimonious explanations of dark matter and dark energy, and accounting for theories such as MOND. These conclusions are arrived at on the basis of an original cosmology as well as mathematical representations of universal rudiments and gravity. Newton’s gravitational constant is given a range that should be used at long distances.

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