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Superluminal Interaction, or The Same, de Broglie Relationship, As Imposed By The Law of Energy Conservation, In All Kinds of Interaction, Making a Whole New Unification

Tolga Yarman
Year: 2009 Pages: 13
Previously, based on the law of energy conservation, we figured out that, the steady state elliptic motion of an electron around a given nucleus depicts a rest mass variation throughout. We happened to develop our theory, originally vis-a-vis gravitational bodies in motion with regards to each other, providing us, with all known end results of the General Theory of Relativity. Hence, it is comforting to have both the atomic scale and the celestial scale, described, on just the same conceptual basis. One way to conceive the phenomenon we disclosed, is to consider a "jet effect". Accordingly, a particle on a given orbit through its journey, can be conceived to eject a net mass from its back to accelerate, or must pile up a net mass from its front to decelerate, while its overall relativistic energy stays constant throughout. The speed of the jet, strikingly, points to the de Broglie wavelength, thus coupled with the inverse of the frequency, delineated by the electromagnetic energy content of the object of concern.This makes that, on the whole, the "jet speed" becomes a superluminal speed, a fortiori excluding any transport of energy. We call it wavelike speed. This result, in any case, seems to be important in many ways. Amongst other things, it may mean that, either gravitationally interacting macroscopic bodies, or electrically interacting microscopic objects, sense each other, with a speed greater than that of light, and this, in exactly the same manner, in both worlds. Note that what we do, well stays within the frame of quantum mechanics, since in fact, we ultimately land at the de Broglie relationship. Note also that, we well stay within the frame of the Special Theory of Relativity. Our disclosure seems to be capable to explain the spooky experimental results recently reported.