Equivalence of rotation speed and mass

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There are two extremes in modern physics. The extremely small photon, a quantum and the supermassive black hole, which combines infinitely large mass in one place. There is also the view that black holes rotate at the speed of light. So at least the astronomers combine that from the emitted radiation. What might argue therefore against rotation speed and mass being associated with each other?


Before Einstein's relativity theory, it was thought that light travels in straight lines and is no subject to gravity. This idea has successfully refuted Einstein, when he has demonstrated at a solar eclipse, that the light rays are deflected by the moon. However, my theory is the assumption that there must be something which travels in a straight line and therefore not rotating. Light would then, because it has the elemental mass, has the smallest rotation speed. Thus one sees that the more mass collects at one point, the greater the rotational speed gets. Rotation speed and mass are therefore equivalent.


It follows that a particle has more mass, the more it rotates. Clearly you can view on the atomic structure. The protons and neutrons in the nucleus rotates faster than the electrons that fly in their orbits around the nucleus. On the other hand, the core in the atom hardly proceeds, while the electrons have to the travel from an absolute point around the core. Even in our solar system, one can see it. The sun in the center, the core is rotating faster than the earth, however, the earth has the movement around the sun, so that shows exactly the equivalence. Also suggests an analogy between the atomic structure of the solar system and structure that we have not only a sun, but that what we recognize as the sun actually consists of several objects.

Angular velocity not equals rotation speed

Important is to note that in the equivalence of space and time defined rotation speed is not the conventional angular velocity corresponds to small omega. Rather, a new rotational speed is assumed, which is expected in m / sec. This gives the example of the earth that 40,000 km will be covered at the equator during a rotation day.

Rotation speed and the solar system

In our solar system fits very well this equivalence to the rotation of the Sun, Earth, Mars, Saturn and Jupiter. But, for example, Venus rotates very slowly, as we see it, although it has nearly the same mass as Earth. This is advanced as a counter-argument. However, one must consider that the rotation is relatively not all to the sun. In particular, the rotation of the Earth as 40,000 km / 24 hours is a far cry from the speed of light, so that probably more rotations must be assumed. I suspect that Venus rotates exactly in the direction of rotation of the entire solar system or even the universe, and may be expected here by vector addition to the amount of rotation of Venus higher than for the other planets. But for most of the planets, which have about the same axis of rotation of the Earth, this equivalence is clear.

Pulsating speed is a part of the rotation speed

That Venus has the same mass as Earth can be explained by the fact that it pulsates due to its high temperature longer. She contracted back and forth, what we can see in the evening sky visible to the naked eye. Thus it also sweeps back and forth several places. As Einstein said that gravity can also be explained by a compression of the places you can enable multiple sweep of a place with wonderful explain of more mass.