The Elastic Nature of the Mass and of the Gravitation

  •  David Zareski    


We generalize the Schwarzschild horizon radius by considering a spherical immobile mass m0 of radius R0  of center located at a fixed ether point O , and consider a particle of mass m1 , of velocity V1  due to the interaction of the fields created by m0  and by m1 .

We prove how a mass is related to a field and what is the constitution of this field. The great lines of this proof is that even when it is immobile, a mass m is related to a frequency νm  by the relation m=hνmc2 . This shows that a mass m  creates a field of frequency νm  propagated in the ether. The nature of such a field is that it is an ensemble of ether points only rotating on themselves, such that axes of these rotations are situated on any line passing through the center of this mass.

We proves that on the axis joining two masses m1  and m2  then, between them the fields of the rotation of the ether points due to m1  and m2  are of inverse senses that is, they partially destroys themselves, that is, there, the fields are smaller than the those that are not between m1  and m2  and situated on this axis. It follows that m1  and m2  have the tendency to get closer, that is, are submitted to a force that tends to make them closer and finally to form only one mass. This force is the gravitational attraction.

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  • ISSN(Print): 1916-9639
  • ISSN(Online): 1916-9647
  • Started: 2009
  • Frequency: semiannual

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