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Nonlinear Schrodinger equation and classical-field description of the Lamb-Retherford experimentFeb 03 2018I show that Lamb-Retherford experiment can be fully described within the framework of classical field theory without using concepts such as the discrete states of the atom and jump-like electron transitions between them. The rate of stimulated decay of ... More

$4$-index theory of gravity and its relation with the curvature-matter non-minimal couplingJan 29 2018Recently, a $4$-index generalization of Einstein theory is proposed by Moulin (Eur. Phys. J. C 77, 878 (2017)). Using this method, we find the most general $2$-index field equations derivable from the Einstein-Hilbert action. The application of Newtonian ... More

Supersymmetry and the Rotation GroupJan 22 2018A model invariant under a supersymmetric extension of the rotation group O(3) is mapped, using a stereographic projection, from the spherical surface S2 to two dimensional Euclidean space. The resulting model does not have a manifest local structure.

Electric Charge in Presence of Fixed Monopole-Antimonopole PairJan 19 2018The dynamics of an electric charge $e$ in presence of a fixed monopole pair $\pm g$ is considered. Depending on the ratio of the angular momentum to $e\,g/c$, the effective potential may consist a minimum valley between the poles or a finite depth well. ... More

On axiomatic formulation of gravity and matter field theories with MDRs and Finsler-Lagrange-Hamilton geometry on (co)tangent Lorentz bundlesJan 16 2018We develop an axiomatic geometric approach and provide an unconventional review of modified gravity theories, MGTs, with modified dispersion relations, MDRs, encoding Lorentz invariance violations, LIVs, classical and quantum random effects, anisotropies ... More

Impenetrable barriers for positrons in neighbourhood of superheavy nuclei with $Z>118$Jan 10 2018Jan 16 2018Analysis of quantum mechanical motion of charged half-spin particles in the repulsive Coulomb field by means of second-order equation results in that an impenetrable potential barrier not explored earlier was found. For a particle at rest with a reduced ... More

The chain of quantum mechanics equationsJan 10 2018Jan 22 2018The chain of quantum mechanics equations is constructed for wave functions depending on coordinate and time as well as on velocity, acceleration and acceleration of higher orders.

Do we need to modify the Maxwell's equations?Jan 04 2018Maxwell's equation are modified to incorporate a scalar field to account for the London's superconductivity. Assuming the electromagnetic field is described by the Klein-Gordon equation, London's equations of superconductivity are then derived, that are ... More

Moving unstable particles and special relativityJan 01 2018In Poincare-Wigner-Dirac theory of relativistic interactions, boosts are dynamical. This means that - just like time translations - boost transformations have non-trivial effect on internal variables of interacting systems. This is different from space ... More

Quantum Physics, Algorithmic Information Theory and the Riemanns HypothesisDec 31 2017In the present work the Riemanns hypothesis (RH) is discussed from four different perspectives. In the first case, coherent states and the Stengers approximation to Riemann-zeta function are used to show that RH avoids an indeterminacy of the type 0/0 ... More

Beltrami Flows, Non-Diffracting Waves and the Axion Beltrami-Maxwell PostulatesDec 26 2017Jan 10 2018We present a particular class of solutions in Cartesian, cylindrical and spherical coordinates of the non-dispersive travelling wave variety that propagate an envelope of varying vorticity some of which include topological waves with parallel electric ... More

Using Dominant and Weak Energy Conditions for build New Classes of Regular Black HolesMay 13 2017We study the generalization of the mass function of classes of regular spherically symmetric black holes solutions of in $ 4D $ coming from the coupling of General Relativity with Non-linear Electrodynamics, through the requirement of the energy conditions. ... More

Dark matter from dark energy in q-theoryDec 04 2016A constant (spacetime-independent) $q$-field may play a crucial role for the cancellation of Planck-scale contributions to the gravitating vacuum energy density. We now show that a small spacetime-dependent perturbation of the equilibrium $q$-field behaves ... More

Nonlinear WavesNov 30 2016A method for solving a quasilinear nonelliptical equation of the second order is developed and we give classification and parametrization of simple elements of the equation.We find exact solutions of an equation for potential stationary flow of a compressible ... More

Electromagnetic Field and Cylindrical Compact Objects in Modified GravityNov 29 2016In this paper, we have investigated the role of different fluid parameters particularly electromagnetic field and $f(R)$ corrections on the evolution of cylindrical compact object. We have explored the modified field equations, kinematical quantities ... More

FRW Bulk Viscous Cosmology with Modified Chaplygin Gas in Flat SpaceNov 29 2016In this paper we study FRW bulk viscous cosmology in presence of modified Chaplygin gas. We write modified Friedmann equations due to bulk viscosity and Chaplygin gas and obtain time-dependent energy density for the special case of flat space.

Interactions in an acoustic worldNov 28 2016The present paper aims to complete an earlier paper where the acoustic world was introduced. This is accomplished by analyzing the interactions which occur between the inhomogeneities of the acoustic medium, which are induced by the acoustic vibrations ... More

Comment on 'Attempts to test an alternative electrodynamic theory of superconductors by low-temperature scanning tunneling and atomic force microscopy'Nov 28 2016It is argued that alternative electrodynamics of superconductivity proposed by Hirsch lacks mathematical rigour and it is conceptually flawed. Gauge non-invariance of the theory makes justification of the experiment reported in [arXiv:1607.05060] to test ... More

Comment on 'Attempts to test an alternative electrodynamic theory of superconductors by low-temperature scanning tunneling and atomic force microscopy'Nov 28 2016Dec 05 2016It is argued that alternative electrodynamics of superconductivity proposed by Hirsch lacks mathematical rigour and it is conceptually flawed. Gauge non-invariance of the theory makes justification of the experiment reported in [arXiv:1607.05060] to test ... More

On Cracking of Charged Anisotropic PolytropesNov 28 2016Recently in \cite{34}, the role of electromagnetic field on the cracking of spherical polytropes has been investigated without perturbing charge parameter explicitly. In this study, we have examined the occurrence of cracking of anisotropic spherical ... More

A testable prediction from entropic gravityNov 27 2016I have shown conceptually that quantum state has a direct relationship to gravitational constant due to entropic force posed by Verlinde's argument and part of the Newton-Schr\"odinger equation (N-S) in the context of gravity induced collapse of the wavefunction ... More

The Planck length and the constance of the speed of light in two time dimensionsNov 26 2016In special relativity and quantum field theory, the vacuum speed of light is assumed to be constant; the range of validity of general relativity is determined by the Planck length. However, there has been no convincing theory yet explaining the constance ... More

Couple stress theories: Theoretical underpinnings and practical aspects from a new energy perspectiveNov 26 2016In this paper, we examine theoretical and practical aspects of several versions of couple stress theory. This includes indeterminate Mindlin-Tiersten-Koiter couple stress theory (MTK-CST), indeterminate symmetric modified couple stress theory (M-CST) ... More

Energy shift of H-atom electrons due to Gibbons-Hawking thermal bathNov 23 2016The electromagnetic shift of energy levels of H-atom electrons is determined by calculating an electron coupling to the Gibbons-Hawking electromagnetic field thermal bath. Energy shift of electrons in H-atom is determined in the framework of the non-relativistic ... More

Transition Rate and the Photoelectric Effect in the Presence of a Minimal LengthNov 23 2016In this work, according to the generalized uncertainty principle (GUP) and time- dependent perturbation theory, the transition rate in the present of a minimal length based on the Kempf algebra is studied. Also, we find the absorption cross section in ... More

Some Mathematical and Physical Remarks on Surreal NumbersNov 22 2016We make a number of observations on Conway surreal number theory which may be useful, for further developments, in both in mathematics and theoretical physics. In particular, we argue that the concepts of surreal numbers and matroids can be linked. Moreover, ... More

Strings in Background FieldsNov 19 2016In this paper free quantum theories are derived solely from their underlying symmetry group without reference to a Lagrangean or classical physics and then interactions are introduced by making use of automorphism of the symmetry algebra. It is shown ... More

On a Mirror Structure of Matter FieldsNov 19 2016Spontaneous mirror symmetry violation is carried out in nature as the transition between the usual left (right)-handed and the mirror right (left)-handed spaces, where the same particle has the different lifetimes. As a consequence, all the equations ... More

Plane symmetric cosmological modelsNov 18 2016In this work, we perform the Lie symmetry analysis on the Einstein-Maxwell field equations in plane symmetric spacetime. Here Lie point symmetries and optimal system of one dimensional subalgebras are determined. The similarity reductions and exact solutions ... More

On the possibility of torsion detection from neutrino cosmology and PMFNov 17 2016A cosmological neutrino sea model is used to place bounds on torsion and Lorentz violation and primordial magnetic fields. When one uses gravitational newtonian constant $G_{N}$ we obtain more stringent bounds than the ones obtained by Kostelecky and ... More

Noether Symmetry Approach in $f(\mathcal{G},T)$ GravityNov 17 2016We explore the recently introduced modified Gauss-Bonnet gravity, $f(\mathcal{G},T)$ pragmatic with $\mathcal{G}$, the Gauss-Bonnet term, and ${T}$, the trace of the energy-momentum tensor. Noether symmetry approach has been used to develop some cosmologically ... More

Geometrical Aspects of Venus TransitNov 16 2016We obtained two astronomical values, the Earth-Venus distance and Venus diameter, by means of a geometrical treatment of photos taken of Venus transit in June of 2012. Here we presented the static and translational modelsthat were elaborated taking into ... More

Quantum loop corrections of charged dS black holeNov 16 2016In this paper, a charged black hole in de Sitter space considered and logarithmic corrected entropy used to study thermodynamics. Logarithmic corrections of entropy comes from thermal fluctuations which plays role of quantum loop corrections. In that ... More

Telekinetic EntanglementNov 15 2016A numerical thought experiment with two momentum correlated particles is presented, in which particle A passes through a series of zig-zagging slits and particle B moves unobstructedly. It is shown that, if particle A's meandering path is monitored by ... More

Quark confinement due to creation of micro AdS black holes in quarkonium modelNov 15 2016We use the solution of the Dirac equation for quarkonium atom in the 4D Anti de sitter (AdS$_{4}$) space to investigate the effect of the large negative cosmological constant on the phenomenon of quark confinement. We do the required calculations in the ... More

A Brief Note on Anomalous Effects in 2D CrystalsNov 15 2016In this brief note we point out that in the case of two dimensional crystals like graaphene, there is an interesting anomalous behaviour of Fermions. This could potentially be useful.

Relativity free of coordinatesNov 11 2016The concept of an inertial reference frame, which actualizes Euclidean geometry, is not confined to the statics of solids but extendible to the phenomena where Newtonian mechanics is valid, defining its concept of time. The laws of propagation of electromagnetic ... More

Who's afraid of the Unit Quaternion ?Nov 11 2016Far from being just a 2-level Quantum system the Qubit is a Unit Quaternion, also known as a Spinor. Therefore it follows that the Qubit is a 4-dimensional vector which traces a path on the surface of the unit 3-sphere. This is the meaning of the global ... More

Physical reality of electromagnetic potentials and the classical limit of the Aharonov-Bohm effectNov 11 2016Recent literature on the Aharonov-Bohm effect has raised fundamental questions on the classical correspondence of this effect and the physical reality of the electromagnetic potentials in quantum mechanics. Reappraisal on Feynman's approach to the classical ... More

Theoretical photon origin, a didactic introduction to the wave particle dualityNov 09 2016In modern physics courses the idea of photon has been teaching through from the einsteinian formulation based on the photoelectric effect. Einstein's photon concept allow the quantization of the electromagnetic field, but does not dwell on the idea of ... More

The Fock-Kemmer approach to precursor shock waves in relativistic field theoryNov 08 2016We use distribution theory (generalized functions) to extend and justify the Fock-Kemmer approach to the propagation of precursor shock wave discontinuities in classical and quantum field theory. We apply lightcone causality arguments to propose that ... More

The Standard Model Coupled to Quantum GravitodynamicsNov 08 2016We show that the renormalizable SO(4) X U (1) X SU (2) X SU (3) Yang Mills coupled to matter and the Higgs field fits all the experimentally observed differential cross sections known in nature. This extended Standard Model reproduces the experimental ... More

Anamorphic Quasiperiodic Universes in Modified and Einstein Gravity with Loop Quantum Gravity CorrectionsNov 07 2016The goal of this work is to elaborate on new geometric methods of constructing exact and parametric quasiperiodic solutions for anamorphic cosmology models in modified gravity theories, MGTs, and general relativity, GR. There exist previously studied ... More

Semantics of InformationNov 07 2016Both the choice made by the observer and consciousness are discussed in terms of cyclical time. That is, while the process of classical choice evolves forward in time, the quantum reference frame evolves backward in time to equate itself with the classical ... More

Starobinsky Inflation and Dark Energy and Dark Matter Effects from Quasicrystal Like Spacetime StructuresNov 07 2016The goal of this work on mathematical cosmology and geometric methods in modified gravity theories, MGTs, is to investigate Starobinsky-like inflation scenarios determined by gravitational and scalar field configurations mimicking quasicrystal, QC, like ... More

The PlanckonionsNov 06 2016We consider a spherically symmetric stellar configuration with a density profile $\rho(r)=\frac{c^2}{8\pi G r^2} $. We refer it as "Planckonion". Interesting thing about this configuration is that it has an onion like structure. The central sphere with ... More

The PlanckonionsNov 06 2016Dec 06 2016We consider a spherically symmetric stellar configuration with a density profile $\rho(r)=\frac{c^2}{8\pi G r^2} $. This configuration satisfies the Schwarzchild black hole condition $\frac {2GM}{c^2 R}=~1$ for every $ r =R $. We refer it as "Planckonion". ... More

The Feynman-Dyson Propagators for Neutral Particles (Local or Non-local?)Nov 05 2016An analog of the S=1/2 Feynman-Dyson propagator is presented in the framework of the S=1 Weinberg's theory. The basis for this construction is the concept of the Weinberg field as a system of four field functions differing by parity and by dual transformations. ... More

Corrections to Reissner-Nordström black hole solution due to exponential nonlinear electrodynamicsNov 05 2016An exponential model of nonlinear electrodynamics coupled with the gravitational field is analyzed. It was shown that weak, dominant, and strong energy conditions are satisfied. We obtain corrections to Coulomb's law at $r\rightarrow\infty$. It was demonstrated ... More

Conformally-modified gravity and vacuum energyNov 05 2016The paper deals with a modified theory of gravity and the cosmological consequences. Instead of concerning the field equations directly, we modify a conformally-related and equivalent equation, such that a spontaneous symmetry breaking at Planck scale ... More

On a problem of dark matter: A centrally symmetric distribution of a pseudoscalar field in the general relativityNov 04 2016A precise solution of the general relativity equations for centrally symmetric distribution of a pseudoscalar field with U(1) symmetry is presented. It is found that energy density of the field is restricted in the symmetry center and falls with radial ... More

Anomalous Effects from Dipole-Environment Quantum EntanglementNov 03 2016In this work, we analyze anomalous effects observed in the operation of two different technological devices: a magnetic core and a parallel plate (symmetrical or asymmetrical) capacitor. From experimental measurements on both devices, we detected small ... More

ER= EPR and Non-Perturbative Action Integrals for Quantum GravityNov 03 2016In this paper, we summarise a conjuncture for constructing and calculating path integrals (in non perturbative fashion ) by summing over homotopy classes of paths in a multiply-connected spacetime. The topology of the spacetime is defined by Einstein-Rosen ... More

Strong Magnetic field effects on Neutron Stars within $f(T)$ theory of gravityNov 02 2016We investigate in this paper the structures of neutron stars under the strong magnetic field in the framework of $f(T)$ gravity where $T$ denotes the scalar torsion. The TOV equations in this theory of gravity have been considered and numerical resolution ... More

Increasing efficiency of a wireless energy transfer system by spatial translational transformationNov 01 2016An optical translational projector (OTP) designed by transformation optics is applied to improve the energy transfer efficiency in a wireless energy transfer (WET) system. Numerical simulation results show our OTP can greatly enhance the energy transfer ... More

Compact Extra Dimensions in Quantum MechanicsNov 01 2016Extra-dimensions are a common topic in popular descriptions of theoretical physics with which undergraduate student most often have no contact in physics courses. This paper shows how students could be introduced to this topic by presenting an approach ... More

The Second Law of Thermodynamics and Entropy-Decreasing Processes With $^4$He SuperflowsNov 01 2016We review on a recently proposed quantum exception to the second law of thermodynamics. We emphasize that $^4$He superflows, like any other forms of flows, shall carry entropy or heat in a thermal environment. Following that, one can use a heterogeneous ... More

Generalizing the Lorentz transformationsNov 01 2016In this paper we develop a framework allowing a natural extension of the Lorentz transformations. To begin, we show that by expanding conventional four-dimensional spacetime to eight-dimensions that a natural generalization is indeed obtained. We then ... More

Violation of probabilistic inequality Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Holt in Quantum MechanicsOct 31 2016In 1982, Alain Aspect, and collaborators performed an experiment, in order to observe the violation of the inequality of Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Holt. After the experiment, they used the data in the inequality and concluded that the inequality, obtained ... More

SU(2)$_{\tiny\mbox{CMB}}$ at high redshifts and the value of $H_0$Oct 31 2016We investigate a high-$z$ cosmological model to compute the co-moving sound horizon $r_s$ at baryon freeze-out following hydrogen recombination. This model assumes a replacement of the conventional CMB photon gas by SU(2) Yang-Mills thermodynamics, three ... More

SU(2)$_{\tiny\mbox{CMB}}$ at high redshifts and the value of $H_0$Oct 31 2016Nov 16 2016We investigate a high-$z$ cosmological model to compute the co-moving sound horizon $r_s$ at baryon freeze-out following hydrogen recombination. This model assumes a replacement of the conventional CMB photon gas by SU(2) Yang-Mills thermodynamics, three ... More

Synopsis of a Unified Theory for All Forces and MatterOct 30 2016Assuming the (9+1)-dimensional Kaluza-Klein gravity interacting with elementary matter fermions, we propose an informationally-complete unified theory for all forces. Due to entanglement-driven symmetry breaking, the SO(9,1) symmetry of the (9+1)-dimensional ... More

SU(5) Grand Unified Theory, its Polytopes and 5-fold Symmetric Aperiodic TilingOct 30 2016Dec 28 2017We associate the lepton-quark families with the vertices of the 4D polytopes 5-cell and the rectified 5-cell derived from the SU(5) Coxeter-Dynkin diagram. The off-diagonal gauge bosons are associated with the root poytope (1000)A4 whose facets are tetrahedra ... More

SU(5) Grand Unified Theory, its Polytopes and 5-fold Symmetric Aperiodic TilingOct 30 2016We associate the lepton-quark families with the vertices of the 4D polytopes 5-cell and the rectified 5-cell derived from the SU(5) Coxeter-Dynkin diagram. The off-diagonal gauge bosons are associated with the root poytope (1000)A4 whose facets are tetrahedra ... More

FLRW viscous cosmological modelsOct 30 2016In this paper we solve Friedmann equations by considering a universal media as a non-perfect fluid with bulk viscosity and is described by a general "gamma law" equation of state of the form $p= (\gamma -1) \rho + \Lambda(t)$, where the adiabatic parameter ... More

Deciphering the Enigma of Wave-Particle DualityOct 29 2016Nov 23 2016A satisfactory explanation of the confounding wave-particle duality of matter is presented in terms of the reality of the wave nature of a particle. In this view a quantum particle is an objectively real wave packet consisting of irregular disturbances ... More

Physical quantities and spatial parameters in the complex octonion curved spaceOct 29 2016The paper focuses on finding out several physical quantities to exert an influence on the spatial parameters of complex-octonion curved space, including the metric coefficient, connection coefficient, and curvature tensor. In the flat space described ... More

Space-Like Particle Production: an Interpretation Based on the Majorana EquationOct 27 2016This study reconsiders the decay of an ordinary particle in bradyons, tachyons and luxons in the field of the relativistic quantum mechanics. Lemke already investigated this from the perspective of covariant kinematics. Since the decay involves both spacelike ... More

The birth of the universe in a new G-Theory approachOct 26 2016Recently, Padmanabhan has discussed that the expansion of the cosmic space is due to the difference between the number of degrees of freedom on the boundary surface and the number of degrees of freedom in a bulk region. Now, a natural question arises ... More

Superconductivity and Fast Proton Transport in Nanoconfined WaterOct 23 2016A real-space molecular-orbital description of Cooper pairing in conjunction with the dynamic Jahn-Teller mechanism for high-Tc superconductivity predicts that electron-doped water confined to the nanoscale environment of a carbon nanotube or biological ... More

Dirac reduced radial equations and the Problem of Additional SolutionsOct 23 2016For spinless particles there appear additional solutions in the framework of Schrodinger and Klein-Gordon equations. These solutions obey to all requirements of quantum mechanical general principles. Observation of such states should be important for ... More

Emergence of the world with Lie-N-algebra and M-dimensions from nothingOct 23 2016In this paper, we propose a new model in Lie-N-algebra that removes big bang singularity and produces the world with all it's objects and dimensions from nothing. We name this theory as G(God)-theory. In this model, first, two types of energies with opposite ... More

Emergence of the world with Lie-N-algebra and M-dimensions from nothingOct 23 2016Nov 10 2016In this paper, we propose a new model in Lie-N-algebra that removes big bang singularity and produces the world with all it's objects and dimensions from nothing. We name this theory as G(God)-theory. In this model, first, two types of energies with opposite ... More

The quantum CP-violating kaon system reproduced in the electronic laboratory (Homage to Nolberto Martinez)Oct 21 2016Nov 16 2016The equivalence between the $\mathrm{Schr\ddot{o}dinger}$ dynamics of a quantum system with a finite number of basis states and a classical dynamics is realized in terms of electric networks. The isomorphism that connects in a univocal way both dynamical ... More

The quantum CP-violating kaon system reproduced in the electronic laboratory (Homage to Nolberto Martinez)Oct 21 2016The equivalence between the $\mathrm{Schr\ddot{o}dinger}$ dynamics of a quantum system with a finite number of basis states and a classical dynamics is realized in terms of electric networks. The isomorphism that connects in a univocal way both dynamical ... More

The quantum CP-violating kaon system reproduced in the electronic laboratory (Homage to Nolberto Martinez)Oct 21 2016Nov 18 2016The equivalence between the $\mathrm{Schr\ddot{o}dinger}$ dynamics of a quantum system with a finite number of basis states and a classical dynamics is realized in terms of electric networks. The isomorphism that connects in a univocal way both dynamical ... More

Kelvin Waves and Dynamic Knots on Perturbative Helical Vortex LinesOct 21 2016Vortex lines are one-dimensional extended objects in three-dimensional superfluids. Vortex lines have many interesting properties, including Kelvin waves, exotic statistics, and possible entanglement. In this paper, an emergent "quantum world" is explored ... More

Quantum Corrections to the Newton LawOct 19 2016In this work the author derives the Galilean limit of the gravity obtained by using the quantum hydrodynamic approach. The result shows that the quantum interaction generates, in the weak gravity limit, a non zero contribution. The work calculates the ... More

Discrete Scalar Quantum Field TheoryOct 19 2016We begin with a description of spacetime by a 4-dimensional cubic lattice $\sscript$. It follows from this framework that the the speed of light is the only nonzero instantaneous speed for a particle. The dual space $\sscripthat$ corresponds to a cubic ... More

A connection between Symmetrical Special Relativity and the Gravitational Bose Einstein Condensate of a Gravastar/Dark Energy StarOct 18 2016We aim to search for a connection between an invariant minimum speed that breaks down the Lorentz symmetry with the Gravitational Bose Einstein Condensate (GBEC), which is the central core of a star of gravitating vacuum (gravastar/Dark Energy Stars) ... More

Dynamics of Mixed Dark Energy Domination in Teleparallel Gravity and Phase-Space AnalysisOct 17 2016We consider a novel dark energy model to investigate whether it will provide an expanding universe phase. Here we propose a mixed dark energy domination which is constituted by tachyon, quintessence, and phantom scalar fields nonminimally coupled to gravity, ... More

An elementary argument for the magnetic field outside a solenoidOct 17 2016The evaluation of the magnetic field inside and outside a uniform current density infinite solenoid of uniform cross-section is an elementary problem in classical electrodynamics that all undergraduate Physics students study. Symmetry properties of the ... More

Contemporary state of fundamental physical researchOct 14 2016The contemporary scientific and technological progress has been given fully by the results of classical mechanics from the 19th century when the so called European values were accepted practically by the whole educated world. The given results and conclusions ... More

Space-time symmetry is brokenOct 14 2016Space-time intervals corresponding to different events on the worldline of any ponderable object (for example a clock) are time-like. In consequence, in the analysis of any space-time experiment involving clocks only the region for $c\Delta t \ge 0$ between ... More

Towards a new generalized space expansion dynamics applied to the rotation of galaxies and Tully Fisher lawOct 14 2016Up to now, the rotational velocities of galaxies are not clearly understood and the experimental Tully Fisher rule, linking the total galactic mass to the fourth power of the velocity, through an acceleration coefficient of about 10-10 m/s2 has not found ... More

Special Relativity: Scientific or Philosophical Theory?Oct 14 2016In this article, we argue that the theory of special relativity, as formulated by Einstein, is a philosophical rather than a scientific theory. What is scientific and experimentally supported is the formalism of the relativistic mechanics embedded in ... More

Density Dependence of Nuclear Symmetry EnergyOct 13 2016High density behaviour of nuclear symmetry energy is studied on the basis of a stiffest density dependence of asymmetric contribution to energy per nucleon in charge neutral $n+p+e+\mu$ matter under beta equilibrium. The density dependence of nuclear ... More

Quantised inertia from relativity and the uncertainty principleOct 13 2016It is shown here that if we assume that what is conserved in nature is not simply mass-energy, but rather mass-energy plus the energy uncertainty of the uncertainty principle, and if we also assume that position uncertainty is reduced by the formation ... More

High Energy Effects of Noncommutative Spacetime GeometryOct 13 2016In this paper, we endeavour to obtain a modified form of the Foldy-Wouthuysen and Cini-Toushek transformations by resorting to the noncommutative nature of space-time geometry, starting from the Klein-Gordon equation. Also, we obtain a shift in the energy ... More

Spinor quintom cosmology with intrinsic spinOct 13 2016We consider a spinor quintom dark energy model with intrinsic spin, in the framework of Eintein- Cartan-Sciama-Kibble theory. After constructing the mathematical formalism of the model, we obtain the spin contributed total energy-momentum tensor giving ... More

Special relativity with a preferred frame and the relativity principle: cosmological implicationsOct 11 2016The modern view, that there exists a preferred frame of reference related to the cosmic microwave background (CMB), is in apparent contradiction with the principles of special relativity. The purpose of the present study is to develop a counterpart of ... More

The Geometric Field at a Josephson JunctionOct 11 2016A geometric potential from the kinetic term of a constrained to a curved hyper-plane of space-time quantum superconducting condensate is derived. An energy conservation relation involving the geometric field at every material point in the superconductor ... More

Dynamics of Particles around Time Conformal Schwarzschild Black HoleOct 06 2016Oct 31 2016In this work, we present the new technique for discussing the dynamical motion of neutral as well as charged particles in the absence/presence of magnetic field around the time conformal Schwarzschild black hole. Initially, we find the numerical solutions ... More

Dynamics in the Charged Time Conformal Schwarzschild Black HoleOct 06 2016In this work, we present the new technique for discussing the dynamical motion of neutral as well as charged particles in the absence/presence of magnetic field around the time conformal Schwarzschild black hole. Initially, we find the numerical solutions ... More

Planck-Einstein-de Broglie type relations for the acoustic wavesOct 06 2016In this paper we prove, by expressing the energy as a function of the wave propagation speed, it is highlighted the existence of an equivalent mass of the wave, as well as of an Einstein type relations between the energy and this mass. Also, we establish ... More

New Aspects of Photon Propagation in Expanding UniversesOct 06 2016According to present cosmological views the energy density of CMB (Cosmic Microwave Background) photons, freely propagating through the expanding cosmos, varies proportional to 1/S^4 with S being the scale factor of the universe. This behavior is expected, ... More

On a Microscopic Representation of Space-Time VOct 05 2016In order to extend our approach based on SU$*$(4), we were led to (real) projective and (line) Complex geometry. So here we start from quadratic Complexe which yield naturally the 'light cone' $x_{1}^{2}+x_{2}^{2}+x_{3}^{2}-x_{0}^{2}=0$ when being related ... More

Overcoming the Bradyon-Tachyon BarrierOct 04 2016In this study, the problem of overcoming the infinite energy barrier separating the bradyonic and tachyonic realms is investigated. Making use of the Majorana equation for particles with arbitrary spin and the Heisenberg uncertainty principle, it is proved ... More

Dirac and Maxwell equations in Split OctonionsOct 03 2016The split octonionic form of Dirac and Maxwell equations are found. In contrast with the previous attempts these equations are derived from the octonionic analyticity condition and also we use different basis of the 8-dimensional space of split octonions. ... More

Beyond Quantum Theory: A Realist Psychobiological Interpretation of Physical RealitySep 30 2016Stapp and others have proposed that reality involves a fundamental life process, or creative process. It is shown how this process description may be unified with the description that derives from quantum physics. The methods of the quantum physicist ... More