waitedavid137
A demonstration of mass-charge equivalence in general relativity implied by my exact solution for a charged cosmic string:
cosmic string and unification
Bryslon
Does this imply negative mass? Could it be that negative mass does not exist, so its no mass? So its like light? Sorry, but this is something hard not to think about and lets be realistic, negative mass would be like negative temperature below 0K. Still I am not negating the cosmic string, just in practice it cant be as in definition.
waitedavid137
QUOTE (Bryslon+Jun 15 2012, 08:28 PM)
Does this imply negative mass? Could it be that negative mass does not exist, so its no mass? So its like light? Sorry, but this is something hard not to think about and lets be realistic, negative mass would be like negative temperature below 0K. Still I am not negating the cosmic string, just in practice it cant be as in definition.

The total field energy
Int(T^0_0)dxdydz
for an extreme charged source in isotropic coordinates is finite and is proportional to the magnitude of the mass, so I suspect this is the already renormalized field energy. I think that once spin is correctly included it will be equal in magnitude. Then when opposite charges collide they add to zero, but the field energies add to twice the magnitude of one's mass. I'm guessing on this part.
It turns out I could express opposite charges as both positive mass under a reversal of t and r so another possibility which may be equivalent is that the exact dynamic solution for opposite charges interacting in the same spacetime coordinates will be some strange expression that will yield the right total system energy. Really I need more general exact solutions to say more with certainty.
Mazulu
QUOTE (waitedavid137+Jun 12 2012, 09:10 AM)
A demonstration of mass-charge equivalence in general relativity implied by my exact solution for a charged cosmic string:
cosmic string and unification

Does this have any practical applications? Is it testable? What kind of experiment would you perform?
waitedavid137
QUOTE (Mazulu+Jun 15 2012, 10:39 PM)
Does this have any practical applications? Is it testable? What kind of experiment would you perform?

You want to test a cosmic string or the theory called general relativity? Yes GR is testible. Yes you can test to see if my line element is the exact solution of the SE tensor I say it is by calculating the Einstein tensor from the line element. What applications will come of progress toward unifications are any scifi writters dream for all I know.

Also I've simplified some expressions and reuploaded the video. Its new URL is