Anglais What is space-time made of ? a nice addition to looking at the dynamics of general relativity through the window of elasticity

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In the first part of this book, the author synthesizes the main results and formulas of physics-Albert Einstein's, with general relativity, gravitational
waves involving elastic deformable space-time, quantum field theory, Heisenberg's principle, and Casimir's force implying that a vacuum is not
nothingness. In the second part, based on these scientific facts, the author re-studies the fundamental equation of general relativity in a weak
gravitational field by unifying it with the theory of elasticity. He considers the Ligo and Virgo interferometers as strain gauges. It follows from this
approach that the gravitational constant G, Einstein's constant ?, can be expressed as a function of the physical, mechanical and elastic characteristics
of space-time. He overlaps these results and in particular Young's modulus of space-time, with publications obtained by renowned scientists. By
imposing to satisfy the set of universal constants G, c, ?, h and by taking into account the vacuum data, he proposes a new quantum expression of G
which is still compatible with existing serious publications. It appears that time becomes the lapse of time necessary to transmit information from
one elastic sheet of space to another. Time also becomes elastic. Thus, space becomes an elastic material, with a particle size of the order of the
Planck scale, a new deformable ether, therefore different from the non-existent luminiferous ether. Finally, in the third part, in appendices, the author
demonstrates the fundamentals of general relativity, cosmology and the theory of elasticity.



Rayons : Sciences & Techniques > Sciences physiques > Physique

  • EAN

    9782759825745

  • Disponibilité

    Disponible

  • Nombre de pages

    366 Pages

  • Poids

    38 236 Ko

  • Distributeur

    Sofedis

  • Diffuseur

    Sofedis

  • Entrepôt

    Eden Livres

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