publication . Other literature type . Preprint . 1999


Byrne, Michael;
Open Access English
  • Published: 17 Feb 1999
  • Publisher: Unpublished
Einstein said that gravity is an acceleration like any other acceleration. But gravity causes relativistic effects at non-relativistic speeds; so gravity could have relativistic origins. And since the strong force is thought to cause most of mass, and mass is proportional to gravity; the strong force is therefore also proportional to gravity. The strong force could thus cause relativistic increases of mass through the creation of virtual gluons; along with a comparable contraction of space around nucleons; and then be diluted by the relatively large volume of atoms. The strong force would thus indirectly cause the spatial contraction known as gravity. And since ...
arXiv: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology
free text keywords: Physics - General Physics
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