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== rotational speed not equal to angular speed ==
 
== rotational speed not equal to angular speed ==
It is also important to note that the rotational speed contained in the [[equivalence of space and time]] does not correspond to the conventional angular speed small omega.  Rather, a new rotation speed is assumed, which is to be calculated in m / sec.  This results from the example of the earth that 40,000 km are covered at the equator with one rotation per day.  Einstein also used this speed in deriving the general [[theory of relativity]].  He introduced the term omega * r, where omega is the angular velocity and r the radius of a circular disk.  So we also know that rotation creates artificial and natural gravity.
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It is also important to note that the rotational speed contained in the [[equivalence of space and time]] does not correspond to the conventional angular speed small omega.  Rather, a new rotation speed is assumed, which is to be calculated in m / sec.  This results from the example of the earth that 40,000 km are covered at the equator with one rotation per day.  Einstein also used this speed in deriving the general [[Theory of Relativity]].  He introduced the term omega * r, where omega is the angular velocity and r the radius of a circular disk.  So we also know that rotation creates artificial and natural gravity.
  
 
== Speed of rotation and the solar system ==
 
== Speed of rotation and the solar system ==

Latest revision as of 13:14, 19 September 2020

Original idea

There are two extremes in modern physics. The extremely small photon, a quantum and the extremely massive black hole that bundles an infinite amount of mass in one place. There is also the view that black holes rotate at the speed of light. At least that's how astronomers derive it from the emitted radiation. So what would speak against bringing the speed of rotation and mass in connection with one another.

Derivation

Before Einstein's theory of relativity, it was assumed that light spreads in a straight line and is not subject to gravity. Einstein successfully refuted this idea, after all, during a solar eclipse he proved that the rays of light are deflected by the moon. However, the absolute theory assumes that there has to be something that spreads in a straight line and therefore does not rotate. Then, because it has the elemental mass, light would have the lowest speed of rotation. So you can see that the more mass collects at a point, the greater the speed of rotation with other speeds that remain the same, which sweep the locations several times. The speed of rotation and mass are accordingly proportional and under certain circumstances also equivalent. A closer look at the dependence of the rotation on frequency is still pending.

Conclusion

It follows that the more mass a particle has, the more it rotates. You can see this clearly in the structure of the atom. The protons or neutrons in the nucleus rotate faster than the electrons that fly on their orbits around the atomic nucleus or at least have a higher frequency from E = hf. On the other hand, the nucleus hardly moves in the atom, while the electrons to move the atom from an absolute point of view still have the movement around the nucleus. You can also see it in our solar system. The sun in the center, the core, will rotate faster than the earth and have a higher frequency, but the earth still has a movement around the sun, so that the equivalence is shown exactly. The analogy between the atomic structure and the structure of the solar system also suggests that the core of the sun actually consists of several areas.

rotational speed not equal to angular speed

It is also important to note that the rotational speed contained in the equivalence of space and time does not correspond to the conventional angular speed small omega. Rather, a new rotation speed is assumed, which is to be calculated in m / sec. This results from the example of the earth that 40,000 km are covered at the equator with one rotation per day. Einstein also used this speed in deriving the general Theory of Relativity. He introduced the term omega * r, where omega is the angular velocity and r the radius of a circular disk. So we also know that rotation creates artificial and natural gravity.

Speed of rotation and the solar system

In our solar system, this equivalence fits very well with the rotation of the sun, earth, Mars, Saturn and Jupiter. But for example Venus only rotates very slowly, as we see it, although it has almost the same mass as the earth. That is put forward as a counter-argument. However, one must note that the rotation relative to the sun is not everything. In particular, the rotation of the earth at 40,000 km / 24 h is far from the speed of light, so that further rotations must probably be calculated. It could be that Venus rotates exactly in the direction of the total rotation of the solar system or the universe, so that here, after adding the vectors, the amount of the rotation of Venus is higher than for the other planets. But for most planets, which have roughly the same axis of rotation as Earth, the relationship is clear.

Pulsating speed is part of the frequency speed

That Venus has the same mass as the Earth can also be explained by the fact that it pulsates more because of its high temperature. It contracts back and forth, which can also be seen with the naked eye in the evening sky. As a result, she also crosses places back and forth several times. Since Einstein says that gravity can also be explained by a compression of the places, this multiple sweeping over a place can be wonderfully explained with more mass. It will also be possible to combine pulsation and rotation into one concept of frequency.