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J. G. Brandes
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J. G. Brandes (Abstracts)
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  • A Cheap, Rational and Testable Refinement of Special and General Relativity (2006) [Updated 2 years ago]
    by J. G. Brandes   read the paper:
    1. The main testable idea of this contribution is quite a new explanation of the light flash of gamma bursts. As will be shown, a free falling particle converts its rest mass partly into wave energy. This is freed when the particle hits the surface of a star. Such an effect during the col-lapse to a neutron star might be seen as a gamma burst ? unexplained by classical general relativity up to now.
    2. The central theoretical idea: In general relativity, there is not a curved space-time in a phi-losophical sense. U < 2?r or U > 2?r follow if measuring rods contract in gravitational fields and this different in radial and tangential directions of a circle.

  • A Lorentzian Approach to General Relativity: Einstein's Closed Universe Reinterpreted (1997) [Updated 8 years ago]

    Within Lorentzian interpretation of general relativity (GR) curvilinear space is not reality itself, and has to be projected to Euclidean space. A finite, closed universe is even more complicated. When these difficulties are resolved, black holes disappear.  This explains another point: An expanding universe should stay at its beginning within a black hole but later on leave it.