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G-Dimensional Theory & the Smarandache Quantum Paradoxes : Comparative Logic and Modern Quantum Theory

By: L. Stephen Young

...ion (G), as determined by kinetic vector v: (v ≡ v/c) The matter-containing body is modeled as a closed circle in the non-vector 2d plane and so in ... ...[Fig. 1a.] In kinetic reference frame k', the translated parameters of the body, S’, are determined from the angle θ, between the 2d k and k’ plane... ...tor defining the moment sum of inertial and gravitational vectors acting on body S'. Note from (4) that (5) and (5.1) have equivalent values in the S... ...justification in setting ϒ o as the locus of zero potential energy for the mass of S'. Assuming a uniform mass density, the body's center of mass (c... ...ell from the c.o.m. in S' indicates a force of attraction (-ϒ), compels the mass to the site of the potential well, (ϒ o ). -ϒ is thus proportionall... ...hypothesis to be tested within these parameters. In isolated system S’, the mass m, has an internal attractive force acting upon it's c.o.m. locus at... ...itted through a transparent matter field is in accordance to its refractive index (n): | (c n = 1/n); (n ≥ 1) |. Refraction has proportionality to m...

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