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Study on Vacuum Density, Repulsive Force between Celestial Bodies and the Cause of Gravity

This study investigates the negative mass of the vacuum and its link to matter by determining the common ground between vacuum and matter and developing the repulsive force between the negative masses of the two materials. If a force is applied to a mass, Newton’s second law states that the mass will accelerate if the…
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November 8, 2021 0

De Broglie’s Double-Particle Photon

The analysis of kinetic energy circulation within the energy structure of the doubleparticle photon that Louis de Broglie hypothesized in the early 1930s resulted in the establishment of an LC equation and a local fields equation describing permanently localized photons. Among other things, These equations give a mechanical explanation for the localized photon properties of…
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June 24, 2021 0

On Adiabatic Processes at the Subatomic Level

Analyses of adiabatic processes involving elementary electromagnetic particles at the subatomic level, as well as how these processes correlate with the principles of energy conservation, least action, stationary action, and entropy. The initial irreversible adiabatic acceleration sequence of newly created elementary electromagnetic particles, as well as its relationship to these principles, are examined. Exploration of…
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June 24, 2021 0

A Modeling Approach of Transversal Otolithic Membrane Deflections Evoked by the Linear Accelerations

The model of transversal utricle membrane deflections induced by linear accelerations is considered. The basic idea behind this consideration is that linear accelerations acting along the membrane in a buckling manner can cause both longitudinal and transversal deformations. By considering the middle section of the 3D utricle membrane and evaluating its elastic properties in 2D…
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May 7, 2021 0