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  • 166pp. Published August 2017
  • Scientific Research Publishing, Inc.,USA.
  • Category: Physics & Mathematics
  • ISBN: 978-1-61896-407-6
  • (Paperback) USD 89.00
  • ISBN: 978-1-61896-408-3
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The True Origin of the Gravitational Dynamics
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This work is mainly motivated by two recent crucial scientific achievements: 1) The GPS clocks, moving with earth round the sun, do not show the gravita-tional slowing by the solar field, contradicting a fundamental prediction of General Relativity (GR) and 2) The Higgs theory discloses the origin of the inertial mass of the elementary particles and hence also is responsible for the gravitational fields, because mass generates the gravitational fields.


Many clear-cut experimental observations, which are in conflict with the current theories, are actually being ignored and maintained in standby by the establishment to preserve accepted theories. This is not a scientific attitude. This is religion. The only scientifically sane attitude is acknowledging the reliable experimental observations, abandoning the obsolete theories that cannot account for them and searching for a more adequate theory. This exactly is what the present work challenges to do and the results are encouraging.

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Introduction (37 KB)
Components of the Book:
  • FRONT MATTER
    • Contents
  • Chapter 1. Introduction
    • 1.1. Modern Physics and the Great Scientific Revolution
    • 1.2. Main Achievements and Troubles of the Quantum Theory
    • 1.3. Main Achievements and Troubles of the Special Theory of Relativity
    • 1.4. Main Achievements and Troubles of General Theory of Relativity
  • Chapter 2. Higgs theory unveils the Origin of Mass and the Nature of the Gravitational Physics
    • 2.1. The Most Relevant Properties of the Quantum Condensates
    • 2.2. The Higgs Quantum Space and the Origin of Mass of the Elementary Particles
    • 2.3. The Higgs Quantum Space Dynamics as the Origin of the Gravitational Physics
  • Chapter 3. Recent Experimental Observations that Unveil the True Nature of the Gravitational Fields
    • 3.1. Absence of the Gravitational Slowing of the GPS Clocks by the Solar Field
    • 3.2. The One-Way Anisotropy of the Velocity of Light Precisely Measured
    • 3.3. Important Conclusions from Chapter 3
  • Chapter 4. The Origin of the Gravitational Dynamics in the Scenario of the Higgs Quantum Space Dynamics
    • 4.1. The Origin of the Gravitational Dynamics in the Solar System
    • 4.2. The Origin of the Gravitational Dynamics on Earth
    • 4.3. Symmetry of the HQS-Dynamics Gravitational Mechanism with Orbital Motions
    • 4.4. Concluding Comments for Section 4
  • Chapter 5. The Experimental Observations Corroborating the Theory of the HQS-Dynamics
    • 5.1. The One-Way Anisotropic Velocity of EM Signals between the GRACE Satellites
    • 5.2. The Michelson Light Anisotropy Experiments
    • 5.3. Gravitational Time Dilation and Gravitational Spectral Red Shifts
    • 5.4. The Excess Time Delay of Radar Signals in Round-Trips within the Solar System
    • 5.5. The Gravitational Light Lensing Effect
    • 5.6. The Non-Synchronous Arrival of the Pulsar Signals to Equidistant Earth-Based Antennas along the Earth’s Orbital Motion
    • 5.7. The Perihelion Precession
    • 5.8. Absence of Effects of the Solar Gravitational Field on the GPS Clocks
    • 5.9. Effects of the Velocity Field of the HQS Equation (3.2) on Clocks Moving in Non-Equatorial Circular Orbits
    • 5.10. The Astronomical Motions Closely Track the Motion of the HQS throughout the Universe
    • 5.11. Black-Hole Binaries and Gravitational Waves
  • Chapter 6. The Observed Rotation of the Galaxies Without the Need of Dark Matter
    • 6.1. The Usual Structure of the Galaxies
    • 6.2. The Defiant Problem of the Non-Keplerian Rotation of the Galaxies
    • 6.3. Binary Stars Unveil a Key Feature That Is the Origin of the Non-Keplerian Rotation of the Galaxies
    • 6.4. A Model for the Observed Rotation of the Galaxies, without the Need of Dark Matter
    • 6.5. The Desperate Hunt for Dark Matter.
  • Chapter 7. Dark Energy, Vacuum Energy and the Cosmological Constant
    • 7.1. The Accelerating Expansion of the Universe as Accelerated Expansion of the HQS
    • 7.2. Direct Experimental Evidence That the Accelerated Expansion of the Universe Is Accelerated Expansion of the HQS Itself.
  • Chapter 8. General and Final Comments
    • 8.1. Prospects and Perspectives
Readership: People who are interested in Quantum Theory, Theory of Relativity, Higgs theory, Gravitational Physics, Theory of the Higgs Quantum Space(HQS)-Dynamics, Galaxies, Dark Matter, Expansion of the Universe,etc.
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