Theoretical implications of a classical unitary theory of gravitation and the electromagnetism in the explaining of the planetary perihelion precession and the super-heavy astroparticles
- Physics & Astronomy International Journal
The paper is based on the Galilean relativity and on a theory of cold genesis of matter and fields (CGT), which explains the gravitation and the electro-magnetic interaction by an electric charge model of static type, with spherical distribution of field quanta, compatible with the Fatio/LeSage model of gravitation and with the observations regarding the light beam deviation in the sun’s gravitic field. The planetary perihelion precession is explained as consequence of the dynamogene component of the gravitation force and of the high density of the sub-quantum medium, given by etheronic winds, in CGT, the electro-dynamic Lorentz’ force resulting as quantum Magnus force. It is shown that the principle of physics laws invariance may be maintained by considering also the d’Alembert paradoxe, without the conclusion of the light speed invariance, of the null rest mass of photons/bosons and of the Einsteinian speed –depending mass increasing, resulting also the possibility to explain the super-heavy astro-particles, experimentally detected, by a model of gammonic or mesonic Bose-Einstein condensate forming and pearlitizing, with the non-destructive collapsing of the formed sub-clusters, according to the cold genesis model of astroparticles of CGT.
gravitic interaction, perihelion precession, Lorentz’ force, unitary theory, heavy astro-particles, Bose-Einstein condensate