Tag: gravitation

No Big Bang in the Non-Expanding Universe

Briefly stated and applied to cosmological models is a theory of gravity in flat space-time. These models begin with a gravitational field that is equally distributed yet devoid of substance. The whole energy of matter and gravity is preserved when gravitational energy is transformed to matter. There is no...
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Nuclear Decay Rate Oscillations and a Gravity-Quantum Connection

This work builds a model to test the notion that the incompatibility of General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics is due to the various space-time geometries on which each theory is based. An abstract field is envisioned as a mechanism to integrate Quantum Mechanics with General Relativity by transforming coordinate...
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A Directory of Museums of Kerala

As an international student in Kerala, India, one of the projects I worked on as part of my research mandate was to begin an exhaustive survey of Kerala museums. This project was inspired by a noticeable gap in the documentation of Kerala’s museums. A survey study project that took...
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Hypothesis of Quantum Gravity

I was inspired to write this article after reading a book by Prof. Geraint Lewis and Dr. Luke Barnes about how to undo astronomy’s Big Bang. Since attending several astrophysics courses at Australian National University a year before, I’d had a strong urge to do this (they were conducted...
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Discussion on Unitless Physics I: Relating the Fundamental Constants

A numerical equivalence can be used to associate the fundamental constants of physics. This equivalence leads to a unitless transformation that reduces the number of fundamental constants and provides a clear link between E&M, gravity and quantum mechanics. This paper introduces a unitless transformation that allows the possibility of...
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