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On the Cosmological Aspects of Observed High Energy Cosmic Phenomena
Anatoli Vankov
Physics , 1999,
Abstract: Super-high energy corpuscular and gamma rays as well as cosmic high--power density sources are hard to explain in a galaxy model framework. Attempts to include some of those phenomena in the Standard Cosmological Model also encounter serious difficulties. In the present paper an alternative cosmological concept is discussed. There are several features in it. First of all, the whole Universe (Grand Universe) is a multitude of typical universes, like ours, evenly made of either matter or antimatter, hence, there is no violation of the baryon symmetry on the largest scale. Second, high-energy phenomena are the result of matter-antimatter annihilation processes in a typical universe evolution. Finally, the Ground Universe is a self-creating due to a balance of annihilation and pair creation in the inter-universe infinite space. This concept and its consistence with the major observational data are discussed in detail.
Proposal of Experimental Test of General Relativity Theory
Anatoli Vankov
Physics , 2001,
Abstract: On the basis of the relativistic mass-energy concept we found that a proper mass of a test particle in a gravitational field depends on a potential energy, hence, a freely falling particle has a varying proper mass. Consequently, a multitude of freely falling reference frames cannot be regarded as a multitude of equivalent inertial reference frames. There is a class of experiments, in which an inner observer can distinguish between the state of free fall in a gravitational field and the state of free space by detecting the effect of a proper mass variation. If so, a demonstration of a violation of the Equivalence Principle is possible. It is shown that a variant of the classical Pound-Rebka-Snider experiment on a photon frequency shift in a gravitational field, if conducted in a freely falling laboratory, would be such a test. Abbreviation: SRT- the Special Relativity Theory, GRT- the General Relativity Theory, EP - the Equivalence Principle, PRS - the Pound-Rebka-Snider (experiment)
Elimination of High-Energy Divergence in Relativistic Lagrangean Formulation of Gravitating Particle Dynamics
Anatoli Vankov
Physics , 2004,
Abstract: The nonrenormalizable singularity of the gravitational 1/r potential at ralativistic and quantum levels is a longstanding problem of modern physics. The problem is discussed in Relativistic Lagrangean framework with the variable proper mass. It is shown that the so-called self-energy divergence for the 1/r graviational potntial can be eliminated within the variable proper mass concept. The problem has many aspects outlined, which should be further investigated before the final conclusion could be made.
On Problem of Mass Origin and Self-Energy Divergence in Relativistic Mechanics and Gravitational Physics
Anatoli Vankov
Physics , 2003,
Abstract: The classical problem of self-energy divergence was studied in the framework of Lagrangian formulation of Relativistic Mechanics. The conclusion was made that a revision of mass-energy concept is needed for the development of singularity-free gravitational and electromagnetic field theory. Perspectives of the development of unified field theory are discussed.
Baryon Asymmetry of the Observed Universe as a Clue to a Resolution of Dark Matter, Galaxy Formation and Other Standard Model Problems
Anatoli Vankov
Physics , 1998,
Abstract: Baryon asymmetry of the observed universe as a clue to a resolution of dark matter, galaxy formation and other standard model problems.
On matter-antimatter separation in open relativistic material system
Anatoli Vankov
Physics , 1999,
Abstract: An open (having no physical boundaries) baryon symmetric system is considered in a flat space-time. We assume that a space is uniformly filled with electromagnetic radiation and material objects, and the system is isotropic in any inertial reference frame. It means that a coordinate-momentum distribution of radiation and material objects does not depend on a reference frame, and the system should be in a state of chaotic relativistic motion. The dominant interaction processes are like-matter merge, unlike-matter annihilation and pair production. In this approximation we came to the conclusion that matter and antimatter exist in a form of mix of material objects characterized by a stationary baryon symmetric mass distribution in a broad mass range. In other words, a matter-antimatter space separation takes place.
On neutrino family problem
Anatoli Vankov
Physics , 2000,
Abstract: The experiment conducted at the Brookhaven AGS at 1962 [1] on the interaction of high-energy neutrinos with matter is considered in literature the observation of electron and muon types of neutrinos. After analysis of the experiment we have concluded that the latter does not give direct evidence of the neutrino family existence.
Does Light Gravitate? (Proposal on New Test of Equivalence Principle)
Anatoli Vankov
Physics , 2000,
Abstract: On the basis of the relativistic mass-energy concept we found that a proper mass of a test particle in a gravitational field depends on a potential energy, hence, a freely falling particle has a varying proper mass. Consequently, a multitude of freely falling reference frames cannot be regarded as the multitude of equivalent inertial reference frames. There is a class of experiments, which allow distinguishing between them. If so, a demonstration of a violation of the Equivalence Principle is possible. It is shown that a variant of the classical Pound-Rebka-Snider experiment on a photon frequency shift in a gravitational field if conducted in a freely falling laboratory would be such a test.
Mass, Time, and Clock (Twin) Paradox in Relativity Theory
Anatoli Vankov
Physics , 2006,
Abstract: The paper is intended to clarify operational meaning of mass and time quantities as main characteristics of an atomic clock, which is considered a quantum oscillator in association with the de Broglie wave concept. The specification of the concept of clock in quantum terms reflects the idea of relativistic mass and time complementarity, which is important for avoiding ambiguity of such notions as ``time rate'', ``time record'', and ``elapsed time'' under relativistic conditions. We used this approach in SRT Kinematics to conduct a detailed analysis of the clock paradox; results are discussed. It is also shown that in SRT Dynamics the proper mass must be acted by Minkowski force, what results in a clock rate variation.
On Relativistic Generalization of Gravitational Force
Anatoli Andrei Vankov
Physics , 2006,
Abstract: The problem of point particle in the 1/r gravitational field was studied in SR-based Mechanics. Equations of motion under assumption of field dependent proper mass were obtained in the relativistic Lagrangean framework. The dependence of proper mass on field strength was derived from the equations of particle motion. The result was the elimination of 1/r divergence. It was shown that a photon in a gravitational field may be described in terms of a refracting massless medium. This makes the gravity phenomenon compatible with SR. New results concerning gravitational properties of particle and photon are discussed. The conclusion is made that the approach of field-dependent proper mass is perspective for further studies on divergence-free gravitational field development. Key words: Relativity, gravity, particle, photon, speed of light, proper mass variation. {\small\it PACS 03.30.+p, 04.20.-g}
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