Physical Phenomena and Theoretical Problems Explained by the Micro-Quanta Paradigm

  •  Maurizio Michelini    


The physical research deals mostly with intriguing problems which appear beyond the current physics. But
sometimes they are not well established on theoretical and observational basis. There is however several already
observed phenomena that are really beyond the current physics and wait for a rational explanation depending on
new physical paradigms. For instance, the source of energy heating the galactic cold clouds and QSO, the excess
infrared emission from planets, the planetary geophysical evolution and the cosmological evolution in nearly
static universe. From the pure theoretical side there are good theories, as Special relativity that kept a
“mysterious” character due to the persistent lack of interpretation within some physical paradigm. Considering
the micro-quanta collisions with particles through the relativistic Doppler effect, some theoretical problems find
solution, as the origin of particle mass, the origin of inertial forces, etc. New physical concepts arise from this
paradigm, for instance the pushing gravitation that shows the basis for the unification of fundamental forces.
Some old concepts hidden in our mind, as the Newton’s “gravitational mass”, hindered the gravitational research
in the last century. For instance the incorporation of the Newton’s constant G in General relativity theory guided
the theoretical research towards some blind alleys, as the unlimited gravitational collapse (black holes), the Big
bang model, the dark energy, etc.

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

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