Di Mario, Domenico
Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
June 26, 2013
Mass, in a quantum world, can be a fleeting event and the border between energy and mass is non-existent but the Planck time, which could appear to us also as a dimensionless number, seems to place a limit on the measurable energy or mass. In addition, the rotation of this mass together with its electric and magnetic properties give us the link between gravity and electricity. The result is not a unified field but rather a field we always experience in its duality: electric and gravitational. We are now able to calculate the electric field generated by the variation of the gravitational field due to the electron materialization without the knowledge of its charge. An approaching mass is equivalent to a variation of its gravitational field and the resulting electric field may influence the measured gravitational force. This means that even the measurement of the constant of gravitation could be influenced by moving masses, the faster the motion the higher the measured value.