[FoRK] Inertial Mass != Gravitational Mass?

Jeff Bone jbone at place.org
Sat Jun 19 04:44:19 PDT 2010



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On Jun 19, 2010, at 4:51 AM, Jeff Bone <jbone at place.org> wrote:

> The only thing my conjecture supplies that is novel is a different interpretation of the origins of inertial mass and gravitational curvature.  Both are seen not as the local effect of local mass on local space but rather the local effect of the sum of the residuals of all non-local wave functions vs. the Pauli exclusion of those states by the presence of local mass, ironically an "empty hole" relative to the surrounding vacuum energy density --- obeying a familiar curvature relation but for exactly the opposite reasons than those usually given.  Absent local mass, an object merely experiences rest of the universe "pushing" against it quasi-uniformly in all directions.  With local mass, it pushes the object towrds it. And there you have Newton's second law

Feh, third, of course.

The rest follows.

jb

 


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