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    • Oliver Thewalt

      What is time?

      by unknown author.It is commonly asserted that in general relativity there is no absolute simultaneity. On the other hand, it is asserted that, based on the traveling time of light, we see the Sun as it was 8 minutes ago and the Andromeda nebula as it was 2.5 million years ago. This seems to conf...

      Tags: time, manifold, einstein, general relativity, poincaré

      • Oliver Thewalt

        A theory about the cause of gravity

        Einstein was wrong assuming that Gravity is caused by mass - Gravity is caused by a  matter -antimatter energy potential by mass (quarks) in view to the quantum vacuum and vice versa. In order to tell mass from energy in a quantized potential, an observer has to take into account the plane ...

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        • Oliver Thewalt

          Special and General Relativity are meeting the quanta

          Open Thread  Keywords: #STR, #GTR, #Violation of #Einstein's  #Principle of #Equivalence  (#WEP and Strong), #Antimatter #Matter #Dark Matter, Foundation of #Pauli's #Exclusion PrincipleSTR (Special Theory of Relativity) indicates  a covariance of time to velocity of...

          Tags: str, gtr, general relativity, special theory of relativity, twin's paradox, time, covariance, quantum mechanics, violation einstein principle of equivalence, wep, strong equivalence principle, antimatter-matter-dark-matter, foundation pauli's exclusion principle, dark energy

          • Oliver Thewalt

            Some questions about the cause of gravity

            Questions: 1. Is gravity a force? 2. What do you think is the way mass is coming into existence within the quantum vacuum implying? 3. When you flip the observational plane and think about: What effect has micro gravity for the formation of planets, stars or galaxy clusters? 4. Does a magnet ...

            Tags: physics, ideas, einstein, general relativity, gravity, theories, discoveries, history, dark matter, gravitational waves, bicep, graviton, quantum gravity

            • Oliver Thewalt

              Five unsolved problems in Theoretical Physics by Michael Balmer

              Five unsolved problems in Theoretical Physics ,there are more so i don’t want anyone to think we only have five,even of the five there is only one to discuss being more important than the others. Problem 1 :Combine General Relativity with Quantum Mechanics Problem 2:The foundations of Qua...

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