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On the theory of gravitation field
, 1999
"... We construct a general relativity formula for the law of gravity for material bodies. The formula contains three numeric parameters that are to be determined experimentally. If they are chosen from symmetry considerations, then the theory that appears is close to the theory of electrodynamics: the g ..."
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: the gravitational field is given by two vector fields, one can write the energymomentum tensor, we give an answer on the question what a gravitational wave is. Going to infinity, this wave carries with it the negative energy. The author’s platform The author divests himself of the official ideology on the subject
Gravitational field of charged gyratons
"... Abstract. We study relativistic gyratons which carry an electric charge. The EinsteinMaxwell equations in arbitrary dimensions are solved exactly in the case of a charged gyraton propagating in an asymptotically flat metric. PACS numbers: 04.70.Bw, 04.50.+h, 04.20.JbGravitational field of charged g ..."
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Abstract. We study relativistic gyratons which carry an electric charge. The EinsteinMaxwell equations in arbitrary dimensions are solved exactly in the case of a charged gyraton propagating in an asymptotically flat metric. PACS numbers: 04.70.Bw, 04.50.+h, 04.20.JbGravitational field of charged
Einstein’s Gravitational Field
"... Abstract: It is demonstrated herein that:1. The Theory of Relativity forbids the existence of pointmass singularities because they imply infinite energies (or equivalently, that a material body can acquire the speed of light in vacuo); 2. Ric=Rµν =0 violates Einstein's 'Principle of Equi ..."
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;Principle of Equivalence' and so does not describe Einstein's gravitational field; 3. Einstein's conceptions of the conservation and localisation of gravitational energy are invalid; 4. The concept of black hole interactions is illconceived.
On the Quantization of the Gravitational Field
"... We present a new point of view on the quantization of the gravitational field, namely we use exclusively the quantum framework of the second quantization. More explicitly, we take as oneparticle Hilbert space, Hgraviton the unitary irreducible representation of the Poincaré group corresponding to a ..."
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We present a new point of view on the quantization of the gravitational field, namely we use exclusively the quantum framework of the second quantization. More explicitly, we take as oneparticle Hilbert space, Hgraviton the unitary irreducible representation of the Poincaré group corresponding
Gravitational Field Propulsion
"... Current space transportation systems are based on the principle of momentum conservation of classical physics. Therefore, all space vehicles need some kind of fuel for operation. The basic physics underlying this propulsion principle severely limits the specific impulse and/or available thrust. Laun ..."
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. Launch capabilities from the surface of the Earth require huge amounts of fuel. Hence, space flight, as envisaged by von Braun in the early 50s of the last century, will not be possible using this concept. Only if novel physical principles are found can these limits be overcome. Gravitational field
Action and energy of the gravitational field
"... We present a detailed examination of the variational principle for metric general relativity as applied to a “quasilocal ” spacetime region M (that is, a region that is both spatially and temporally bounded). Our analysis relies on the Hamiltonian formulation of general relativity, and thereby assum ..."
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assumes a foliation of M into spacelike hypersurfaces Σ. We allow for near complete generality in the choice of foliation. Using a field–theoretic generalization of Hamilton–Jacobi theory, we define the quasilocal stressenergymomentum of the gravitational field by varying the action with respect
The Gravitational Field of String Matter
, 1992
"... We study the scattering of a massless and neutral test particle in the gravitational field of a body (the string star) made of a large number of scalar states of the superstring. We consider two cases, the one in which these states are neutral string excitations massive already in ten dimensions and ..."
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We study the scattering of a massless and neutral test particle in the gravitational field of a body (the string star) made of a large number of scalar states of the superstring. We consider two cases, the one in which these states are neutral string excitations massive already in ten dimensions
4/3 problem for the gravitational field
"... The gravitational field potentials outside and inside a uniform massive ball are determined using the superposition principle, the method of retarded potentials and Lorentz transformations. The gravitational field strength, the torsion field, the energy and the momentum of the field, as well as the ..."
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The gravitational field potentials outside and inside a uniform massive ball are determined using the superposition principle, the method of retarded potentials and Lorentz transformations. The gravitational field strength, the torsion field, the energy and the momentum of the field, as well
ON THE GRAVITATIONAL FIELD OF THE ELECTRIC CHARGE
, 2003
"... The idea has been speaked out that any of Dirac and Pauli form factors of leptonic current includes in self both normal and anomalous components. From this point of view, with the use of cross sections of elastic scattering of unpolarized and longitudinal polarized electrons and their neutrinos by s ..."
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by spinless nuclei the dependence of independent parts of charge and magnetic moment is established. Some considerations of a connection between the mass of a particle and its electromagnetic nature are listed which can explain also the appearance of gravitational field of a Coulomb interaction. All
A GRAVITATIONAL FIELD WITH ABSOLUTE PARALLELISM BY
"... ABSTRACT: The gravitational field of spherical symmetry in Weitzenbök spacetime is studied. It is shown that torsion can be the source of the nonstationary phenomenon. 1. ..."
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ABSTRACT: The gravitational field of spherical symmetry in Weitzenbök spacetime is studied. It is shown that torsion can be the source of the nonstationary phenomenon. 1.
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