By Konrad Rudnicki
This quantity, dedicated to the issues of relativity, gravitation and similar matters in physics, provides papers introduced and/or mentioned in the course of the convention "Redshifts and Gravitation in a Relativistic Universe" held in Cesena on September 17-20th 1999. In a manner, this convention represents a reaction to Zwicky's strategy, defined above. Its major goal was once to function a discussion board for ideas and theories that pass opposed to the mainstream of technological know-how. a number of the theories are already solid of their ultimate shape; a few are only tough principles nonetheless present process improvement.
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Which is in agreement with the known relation between the nuclear and gravitational forces. The concept of the quantum system and its dependence on the constant A seems, therefore, to apply to the microcosm of the elementary particles and the quarks, as well as to the Universe and beyond. In line with above, the Universe can be modelled as a large particle quantum system, containing a sequence of sub-singularities with different “gravitational” forces, stronger as the masses become smaller. ” The particle embedded in the geometry of the Universe Geometry of Acceleration in Space-Time 25 Figure 6.
Gravitation, electromagnetism and cosmology: toward a new synthesis by Konrad Rudnicki