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Superluminal Interaction, or The Same, de Broglie Relationship, As Imposed By The Law of Energy Conservation. Part II: Gravitationally Bound Particles

Tolga Yarman
Year: 2008 Pages: 29
Keywords: Special Theory of Relativity, Electric Interaction, Tachyons, Superluminal Interaction, General Theory of Relativity, Gravitation

Previously, based on just the law of energy conservation, we figured out that, the gravitational motion depicts a ?rest mass variation?, throughout. The same applies to a motion driven by electrical charges; this constituted the topic of the preceding article (Part I of this work).  One way to conceive the mass exchange phenomenon we disclosed, is to consider a ?jet effect?. Accordingly, an object on a given orbit, through its journey, must eject mass to accelerate, or must pile up mass, to decelerate. The speed of the jet, strikingly points to the de Broglie wavelength, coupled with the inverse of the frequency, delineated by the electromagnetic energy content, of the object. This makes that, jet speed becomes a superluminal speed. This result seems to be important in many ways. Amongst other things, it means that, either gravitationally interacting macroscopic bodies, or electrically interacting microscopic objects, sense each other, with a speed much greater than that of light, and this, in exactly the same way. In which case though, the interaction coming into play, excludes any energy exchange. Thus, energy cannot of course go faster than light, but information can be carried without any basis of energy. Furthermore, our approach, induces immediately the quantization of the ?gravitational field?, in exactly the same manner, the ?electric field? is quantized.