Theorems Yield Via Arbitrarily Altering The Mass of An Object, In Its Quantum Mechanical Description: A Fundamental Architecture, Matter is Made of

Year: 2009

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*arbitrary increase*of*rest masses*entering the*quantum mechanical description*of an atomic or molecular object, leads to the increase of the related*total energy,*and*contraction of the size*of the object at hand. Furthermore, this quantum mechanical occurrence yields the*invariance*of the quantity*[energy x mass x size*framing a^{2}],*fundamental architecture,*matter is made of. On the other hand, one can check that the latter quantity is Lorentz invariant, no matter one works on a non-relativistic or relativistic quantum mechanical basis. Thus, it appears that, the quantum mechanical invariance of*[energy x mass x size*with respect to a hypothetical mass change, works as the^{2}]*principal mechanism*of the*end results*of the Special Theory of Relativity, were the object in consideration brought to a*uniform translational motion,*or similarly the*principal mechanism*of the end results of the General Theory of Relativity, were this object embedded in a*gravitational field**(given that, in either case, it is question of a ?mass? change, which can well be considered as an input to the quantum mechanical description at hand)*. One can further show that, the occurrence we disclose holds, not only for the gravitational field, but generally for all fields, the object at hand interacts with.