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Tsipenyuk, D.Yu. and Andreev, V.A. (2004) Gravitational effects in extended space. Bulletin of the Lebedev Physics Institute (Russian Academy of Sciences), 10, 13-25.

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  • TITLE: The 5-dimensional model for electromagnetism and gravity

    AUTHORS: V. A. Andreev, D. Yu. Tsipenyuk

    KEYWORDS: Gravity; Electromagnetism; (1+4)-Dimensional Space; Mass of Photon; Negative Mass

    JOURNAL NAME: Natural Science, Vol.6 No.4, February 28, 2014

    ABSTRACT: The generalization of Einstein’s special theory of relativity (SRT) is proposed. In this model, the possibility of unification of scalar gravity and electromagnetism into a single unified field is considered. Formally, the generalization of the SRT is that instead of (1+3)-dimensional Minkowski space the (1+4)-dimensional extension G is considered. As the fifth additional coordinate the interval S is used. This value is saved under the usual Lorentz transformations in Minkowski space M, but it changes when the transformations in the extended space G are used. We call this model the extended space model (ESM). From a physical point of view, our expansion means that processes in which the rest mass of the particles changes are acceptable now. If the rest mass of a particle does not change and the physical quantities do not depend on an additional variable S, then the electromagnetic and gravitational fields exist independently of each other. But if the rest mass is variable and there is a dependence on S, then these two fields are combined into a single unified field. In the extended space model a photon can have a nonzero mass and this mass can be either positive or negative. In this model the 5- vectors which components correspond to energy, pulse and mass of a particle are isotropic both for massive and massless particles. The rotations in the (1+4) dimensional extended space G can transform massive particles into massless and vice versa.