Mathematical Physics

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[5] viXra:1304.0152 [pdf] submitted on 2013-04-26 14:13:20

Some Thoughts on Special Relativity

Authors: Jeremy Dunning-Davies.
Comments: 6 Pages.

Here an introduction to Wesley’s neomechanics is presented. It is shown to produce some of the same results as Special Relativity but without both the mathematical and philosophical basis of that subject. As with other work in which results associated with General Relativity are obtained without recourse to the fundamental bases of that subject, so here too the pre-eminent place afforded Special Relativity in modern science is called into question. The opportunity is taken to extend Wesley’s ideas to the case where the mass of the body when at rest is not constant.
Category: Mathematical Physics

[4] viXra:1304.0106 [pdf] replaced on 2013-05-18 22:57:55

The Generalizations of the First Noether Theorem.

Authors: Vyacheslav Telnin
Comments: 7 Pages.

This paper deals with the generalizations of the First Noether theorem. It takes into account not only the first derivatives of the fields by the coordinates in Lagrangian, but also the second. And this theorem is generalized on the curved spaces. And also it's generalized on asymmetric metric tensors.
Category: Mathematical Physics

[3] viXra:1304.0051 [pdf] submitted on 2013-04-10 15:49:46

Calculate Universe 2

Authors: Branko Zivlak
Comments: 4 Pages. 1 Table

This article is about relations between fundamental physical constants.
Category: Mathematical Physics

[2] viXra:1304.0013 [pdf] replaced on 2013-08-26 05:01:28

Borel Resummation and the Solution of Integral Equations

Authors: Jose Javier garcia Moreta
Comments: 18 Pages.

ABSTRACT: In this paper we study the methods of Borel resummation applied to the solution of integral equation with symmetric Kernels K(xs) and to the study of the Riesz criterion , which is important to the Riemann Hypothesis •Keywords: Integral equation, Borel resummation, divergent series
Category: Mathematical Physics

[1] viXra:1304.0010 [pdf] replaced on 2014-04-28 10:03:00

New Cosmological Hypothesis Matches Observations By New Dark Energy-Time Applied To Dark Matter For The Existence Of A Rotational Double Torus Universe.

Authors: Dan Visser
Comments: 12 Pages.

The Double Torus hypothesis stands for a new architecture for the Universe. Based on practical evidence, another dark energy drives the dynamics making the Big Bang an illusion. There has not been a Big Bang! New dark energy applies two extra time-clocks from below the Planck-time to dark matter. The implication is: The universe exists of a Double Torus of the dark energy-time enclosing and intertwining an inner dark matter torus. This might sound controversial, but a new ‘dark energy-force formula’ and related calculations, described within the Double Torus framework in several ‘papers’, enables a match with real observed phenomena, such as: 1) A smallest Newton-acceleration, a dark matter-acceleration in galaxies, 2) an anomalous deceleration of the Pioneer 1 and 2 satellites, 3) a dark flow of spatial dark matter, 4) a solution eliminating the discrepancy of vacuum-energy-density (between General Relativity and Quantum-Mechanics calculations), 5) an α-dipole that indicates a torus-shape for the universe, 6) four times shifted ‘hot- and cold spots’ in the CMB, 7) an explanation for why 4,9% matter is visible, 26,8% is dark matter and 67,3% is dark energy and 8) at last why for ½ the squared-Planck-length gravity turns into anti-gravity. All the issues for evidence are described in my former ‘papers’ (see references), whereof the last two ones are in concept and will be published soon. However, particularly this paper relates to the combination of Newton quantum-gravity-force and dark matter-force, both implemented in one (new) formula. The dark matter force could be gravitational (+) and (-) , which means an anti-gravitational property of dark matter is highlighted in this paper. In this respect the measured laboratory acceleration-limit for Newton-gravity, 5 x 10^-14 m/s^2, theoretically is set to a lower value of 2.8659 x10^-14 m/s^2. That is remarkable, because no other formula in science is at hand for that. In general the dynamics for the Double Torus hypothesis is developed by DAN Visser, Almere, the Netherlands. He is an independent cosmologist and painting-artist. His conclusion is: The universe did not start with a Big Bang, but is a rotational cyclic-curved Double Torus, which recalculates reality eternally and independent on the scale one imagines the walls of the universe
Category: Mathematical Physics