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RELATIVISTIC GRAVITY AND THE ORIGIN OF INERTIA AND INERTIAL MASS

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  • Tsarouchas, K
Publication Date
Feb 23, 2017
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HAL-SHS
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English
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Abstract

In physics there are two masses, the gravitational and inertial, and an open question: what is the relation between these two masses? The answer to that must pass through the explanation of inertia. In the experiments that have been made, it has been shown that the ratio of inertial mass to gravitational mass of an object is constant and equal for each material. This has led through the General Theory of Relativity in responses which led to dramatic predictions confirmed experimentally. In this paper we will follow a completely different path and will give different answers but our predictions will include earlier predictions that have been confirmed experimentally. Creating and using a theory in a radically different way of thinking, which affects the whole of physics, we will explain how the inertial forces are generated. In this process we will define the physical quantity of inertial mass. The nature of inertial mass, the way it changes and the effect on the measurement of time, will show that it is an extremely useful tool for the explanation of dark matter and dark energy.

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