Bonn 2010 – wissenschaftliches Programm
GR 9.5: Vortrag
Dienstag, 16. März 2010, 18:45–19:05, JUR K
Physical applications of a natural interpretation of the constant of gravity — •Reinhold Zwickler — Am Trautheim 14, D-64367 Mühltal, Germany
According to Heisenberg and J.D.Barrow progress in physics may require a new system of concepts and/or a revision of constants of nature. In this paper a complete solution of the "cosmologic problem" is presented, based on a generalization of the Newtonian system of concepts and a natural interpretation of the constant of gravity G.The solution unifies two generalized laws of classical physics into one space-time-equation, in which the constant of gravity arises as an initial condition and determines the accelerated expansion of the universe once and for all.The mean density of matter of today is predicted correctly. The new interpretation of G as "specific expansion acceleration" is a necessary completion to the phenomen of attraction in order to avoid a collaps of the galaxies and to provide a state of equilibrium of the universe. It is shown that the cosmic balance can be compared with the phase equilibrium between liquid and gas for water even above the critical point, where the theory of the cosmos can be used as an analoguous solution for the inconsistent definition of "liquid" and "gas" as formulated by Planck with a conceptual paradox in 1897. The principle of equi-librium seems the be a general order principle in nature. A discussion of some rash conclusions about classical physics and of doubtful opinions in today physics is necessary in the interest of progress in science and education.