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**Author:**

De Mees, Thierry

**Category:**

Research Papers

**Sub-Category:**

Quantum Theory / Particle Physics

**Language:**

English

**Date Published:**

February 12, 2017

**Downloads:**

466

**Keywords:**

Gravitomagnetism, Heaviside, Jefimenko, Planck length, neutrino, graviton

**Abstract:**

The analogy of electromagnetism for gravity was proposed by O. Heaviside in 1893 and applied by O. Jefimenko at the end of last millennium. In one intriguing example of two falling masses in a gravity field, he found that the two masses are mutually over-accelerating, more than the gravity acceleration field. I find here the result of his example in the form of a relativistic equation of velocity stabilization in that gravity field, related to the distance of the two masses. When I look for the conditions for the upper limit velocity, the speed of light, I deduce that the distance between the two masses at that relativistic speed equals the Planck length. Hence, this gives the first physical meaning of Planck length in a practical application, i.e. that very small particles such as gravitons and neutrinos with a rest mass can propagate in a gravity field at the speed of light without being just a wave that is propagated by the specific natural constants of a medium.

I agree with you that there should not be any limit for the photon size. The usually detected electromagnetic waves are however much larger than the Planck sizes, probably due to the capacity of the detectors.

"Photons" in the sense of propagating waves do not obey the same laws as masses. In a classic approach, every wave whatsoever propagates through a medium of a certain energy-density and mass-density, which result in the speed of the wave as c²=E/m.

Is can be expected, spites general believe, that light should obey to the same laws.

That is the reason why eq.(10) is not suitable for light.

I have written several papers about fast spinning stars and black holes that give the conditions for light to orbit stars. You find them in my free book Gravitomagnetism, on this site.

"Photons" in the sense of propagating waves do not obey the same laws as masses. In a classic approach, every wave whatsoever propagates through a medium of a certain energy-density and mass-density, which result in the speed of the wave as c²=E/m.

Is can be expected, spites general believe, that light should obey to the same laws.

That is the reason why eq.(10) is not suitable for light.

I have written several papers about fast spinning stars and black holes that give the conditions for light to orbit stars. You find them in my free book Gravitomagnetism, on this site.

Sir,

If planck length has fundamental importance, then should photons size be under ( not beyond ) the planck length? And then how one can accommodate such condition with the equation (10) given in the article? Should it lead any constant of the equation be variable?

-Nanda Ballabh Pant

email: [email protected]

If planck length has fundamental importance, then should photons size be under ( not beyond ) the planck length? And then how one can accommodate such condition with the equation (10) given in the article? Should it lead any constant of the equation be variable?

-Nanda Ballabh Pant

email: [email protected]

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