E. L. Earnhardt
16th February 2007 - 10:43 PM
Not in MY Lifetime! Modifications would have to include a "TIME" factor, and only God caries that wrist-watch!
16th February 2007 - 11:26 PM
the Modified Einstein Field Equation (MEFE).
1 --- To justify the theory "The light bends the gravity."
2 --- To justify the theory "The matter produces the gravity field, and the energy of emission produces the separation field."
Let's change the Einstein field equation a bit.
Einstein original Rab - 1/2 * Rgab = 8paiG/c^4 * Tab
Modified version Rab - 1/2 * Rgab = 8paiG/c^4 * (Tmab -Teab)
or Rab - 1/2 * Rgab = 8paiG/c^4 * (Tmab + i*Teab)
Here: Tmab is the stress tensor by matter
Teab is the energy tensor by emission energy
Then this should be the Modified Einstein Field Equation (MEFE).
17th February 2007 - 09:50 AM
It talks of dark energy.It does not deny principle of equivalence of warping of space.Time dilation ,is it there?So we cannot comment at this stage probably.
18th February 2007 - 06:15 AM
Are those smart guys humble enough to take a look and make an analysis into astro-ph/0512614 ?
19th February 2007 - 10:44 AM
22nd February 2007 - 05:14 PM
Wouldn't it make things easier if we just accepted that time does not actually exist, that it is only a man made concept that should not be used in trying to distill the physical world around us?
22nd February 2007 - 09:41 PM
QUOTE (E. L. Earnhardt+Feb 17 2007, 01:43 AM)
...managed to solve these equations on the micro level, and I found that they are inconsistent..
J.A.Wheeller has solved this in the late 50's. After all, he's an author of quantum foam concept. The violation of equivalence principle is evident at the case of high space time curvatures even without equations (compare the Yilmaz/Heim's extended gravity theory).
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