Why Newtonian gravity is an electromagnetic wave
作者: Nicolus Rotich
刊名: Physics Essays, 2020, Vol.33 (1), pp.23-26
来源数据库: Physics Essays
DOI: 10.4006/0836-1398-33.1.23
原始语种摘要: In this brief communication, we have hypothesized that since Newtonian gravity intimately interacts with classical gravitational waves, it must also be perceivable and mathematically expressible as a wave. It has been shown that Newtonian gravity can be represented as an electromagnetic wave of a particular wavelength λ , propagating at the speed of light, c and with a radius of z = λ / 2 π . The waves period is given by T = c/g , and thus acceleration due to gravity is representable as g = cf , where f is position dependent, and thus unique for all orbiting planetary bodies. On the Earth surface, this value is ≅32.71 nHz.
全文获取路径: 物理学论文 

  • gravity 重力
  • representable 可表示的
  • propagating 传递
  • expressible 可以表示的
  • acceleration 促进酌
  • where 哪里
  • unique 唯一的
  • brief 简略
  • planetary 行星式的
  • gravitational 重力