Hoffman, Kenneth Paul
November 28, 2023
gravity, gravity velocity, Newton, Newton's Laws, Space, electomagnetism, energy fields, Fine Structure Constant, Van Flandern, gravity wave, light speed
When examining the mystery of gravity in the previous paper with regards to the involvement of Space, the Fine Structure Constant appears. It appears in a relationship based on light speed, h bar, Planck mass, Gravitational Mass, (GM), Inertial Mass (IM) and speed, Bohr’s radius, the Gravitational Energy Field (GEF) speed, and Newton’s gravitational constant G. Previous research was an attempt to incorporate the energy exchange between the involved GM and IM with their immediate connection to Space in addition to the given Newtonian gravitational force equation for the Space distance between them. It led without any purposeful design to an equation for the dimensionless FSC that defines that constant in a relationship with other standard constants common to physics considering it is playing a key role in Gravity and solving Newton’s ‘Action at a Distance.’ The FSC is considered one of the biggest mysteries of physics. What might it tell us about the Universe?