Spacetime & Substance
International Physical Journal
CONTENTS of No. 4(19)-2003
Volodymyr Krasnoholovets. NEWTONS STATIC POTENTIAL (145)
B.V.Bolotov, N.A.Bolotova, M.B.Bolotov, I.M.Bolotov. SOME FUNDAMENTALS OF A SUBSTANCE STRUCTURE (152)
Vasile Mioc and Michael Barbosu. SYMMETRIES IN HENON-HEILES TWO-BODY PROBLEM (164)
Jozef vSima and Miroslav Sukenik. INTERACTION OF GRAVITATIONAL, ELECTROSTATIC AND ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS -- ITS IMPACT ON PHYSICAL PHENOMENA AND MODES OF EXPERIMENTAL VERIFICATION (169)
S.N. Arteha. ON NOTIONS OF RELATIVISTIC DYNAMICS (174)
Angelo Loinger. QUANTUM GRAVITY: AN OXYMORON (182)
M.M.Abdildin, M.E.Abishev, N.A.Beisenova. ON RELATIVITY AND QUANTIZATION IN PLANETARY COSMOGONY (185)
S.N. Arteha. SOME REMARKS TO RELATIVISTIC EXPERIMENTS (188)
The real physical space is considered as a mathematical lattice packing by topological balls (or cells, or superparticles). Any deformed cell of such a lattice called the tessellattice is associated with the creation of matter, i.e. a particle. The motion of a particle represents an exchange dynamics, which means that the moving particle exchanges with the tessellattice by bits of deformations carrying by inertons, excitations of the tessellattice. Such a dynamics allows the study in the framework of a specific Lagrangian and the corresponding Euler-Lagrange equations. The result shows that inertons scatter from the particle as a standing spherical wave. Since a spherical wave is specified by the law $1/r$, the following corollary suggests itself: those are the particle's inertons that carry the space deformation (or in other words, the gravitational potential) $1/r$ from the particled cell to the surrounding space inducing Newton's gravitational potential $GM/r$ that hitherto has been interpreted as static.
The authors' publications and their experimental data for the period since 1955 finally proved that the controlled nuclear (correctly atom) transformation is not only possible, but also it is not too hard being performed technically. The authors of the work have formulated their concepts as for nuclear ideology, which, finally, have not allowed only to create the harmonious theory of the atom structure, but prove experimentally the opportunities of atom splitting into fragments and its synthesis, i.e. enlargement as well. Brief operational description of the experimental thermal reactor, the electrolyze effects by a pulse current without a constant component and the summary data of the experiments results are shown.
We examine the symmetries exhibited by the vector field corresponding to the two-body problem associated to Henon-Heiles model. In both configuration-momentum and polar coordinates, and in collision-blow-up and infinity blow-up McGehee-type coordinates, these symmetries form four-element groups isomorphic to Klein's group. In Levi-Civita collision-blow-up coordinates, the vector field has an eight-element Abelian group, with idempotent structure, owning seven four-element proper subgroups, also isomorphic to Klein's group. All these symmetries are of much help, especially in finding periodic orbits, in both genuine or perturbed two-body problems, or in more general problems as regards the number of bodies.
This contribution is aimed at 1) rationalizing the reasons of different and unpredictable efficiency reached within experimental investigation of inverse Compton scattering and cold fusion, 2) theoretical deriving conditions required to obtain the maximum efficiency in the mentioned phenomena, the Casimir effect and oscillation circuit, 3) proposing simple experiments enabling to verify the theoretically derived conditions for the above phenomena. To reach the mentioned goals, the model of Expansive Nondecelerative Universe is applied. The background of the rationalization lies in a hypothesis on the possible interferention of gravitational, electrostatic and electromagnetic fields and on its impact on the mentioned phenomena. Due to the fact that the discussed phenomena occur in the presence of the Earth gravitational field, the energy density of this field is taken into consideration and introduced into particular calculations.
The paper is devoted to the detailed criticism of dynamical concepts of the special relativity theory (SRT), of some relativistic solutions and their experimental interpretation.
I prove that ``quantum'' and ``Einsteinian gravity'' are incompatible concepts. Accordingly, the graviton is a mere object of science fiction.
In the work the existence of relativism and quantization in cosmogony are discussed.
The paper presents some comments to the experimental substantiation of the relativity theory. Such key experiments of the special relativity theory (SRT), as the Michelson-Morley, Kennedy-Thorndike, Ivese-Stilwell experiments, and some related problems are considered in detail. Also the experiments of the general relativity theory (GRT), such as the Hafele-Keating and Pound-Rebka experiments, are discussed.