Relativity and Cosmology

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[3] viXra:0801.0004 [pdf] submitted on 23 Jan 2008

WMAP Emergence Across the Entropic Dimensional Universe

Authors: Stephen Burns Kessler
Comments: recovered from

Uncertainty over dark energy, missing mass, anomalous acceleration and cosmological problems, call into question our understanding of universal structure. Accordingly, these concerns are investigated resulting in a heuristic theory. To accomplish the task, incompleteness of mathematics to facilitate quantum mechanical causality is accepted as foundational, setting aside spatial dimensions in the process. Dimensionality becomes a universal logic structure across an arrow of entropy from highly ordered absolute information RealTime into low ordered uncertainty of quantum information ideal time. A twenty-six dimensional "degrees of freedom to entanglement" entropy construct arises from first-order absolute information. Planckian causality, a cause for Planck space, results with boundary conditions into and out from the Hamiltonian. The information structure fundamental to Planck space is realized as the same structure that defines cosmological universal space and time. This "information monopole" is a bifurcating structure that facilitates matter definition, constants, energy, gravity, acceleration and SpaceTime. Fundamental information set logic is foundationally applied to quantum mechanics, relativity and classical physics. Information set analysis of all universal structures is maintained throughout resulting in proposed solutions to cosmological problems. The same universal structural percentages verified in the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropic Probe, WMAP data, are emergent across the absolute information monopole.
Category: Relativity and Cosmology

[2] viXra:0801.0003 [pdf] submitted on 27 Jan 2008

Relativity Theory and Quantum Theory Are Caused by Quantitative Effects

Authors: Hu Chang-Wei
Comments: recovered from

The relativity theory and quantum theory mark an epoch in physics. But they are always to give person a kind of unnatural and indistinct feel. Generally, it is considered that the world is just so originally; while we consider that it is caused by the quantitative effects, which is the variability of actual quantitative standards, it makes the invariable into the variable and makes the variable into the invariable. The relativistic effects are a kind of quantitative effect, while the quantum is the reflection of the quantitative effects of relativity theory in microscopic system.
Category: Relativity and Cosmology

[1] viXra:0801.0002 [pdf] replaced on 2012-07-21 10:20:38

A Derivation of the Geodetic Effect Without Space Curvature

Authors: J. M. Kerr
Comments: 3 Pages.

The ‘curvature component’ is 2/3 of the geodetic effect. This part of the angle through which an orbiting gyroscope moves is thought to be due to space curvature, as in general relativity (GR). There are different interpretations for the other 1/3, some of which apply whether space is curved or flat. Here it is shown that the curvature component 2/3 can alternatively be derived from flat space, if one simply assumes that matter near a mass is slowed by (1 - (2GM/rc^2))^1/2. In Planck scale gravity (PSG), a theory that closely mimics GR, for an orbiting spherical object minor corrections are made to local speeds within the object, at different heights in the field. This leads to a slight turning of the object as it orbits. The result can be generalised as an equation for a single orbit around any spherical mass, which gives the same numbers as GR to many decimal places, but is mathematically different. In the case of one of the gyroscopes on Gravity Probe B, it gives an angle change in the plane of the orbit, in the same direction as the geodetic precession, of 4.4 arcsecs/yr. That is 2/3 of the total geodetic effect, the value of the curvature component. The GR geodetic effect and this equivalent effect are at present indistinguishable by experiment, but PSG can be tested in other ways, such as by interferometer experiments [4].
Category: Relativity and Cosmology