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GR: Fachverband Gravitation und Relativitätstheorie

GR 16: Alternative Approaches

GR 16.6: Vortrag

Freitag, 3. April 2020, 10:15–10:30, H-HS IX

Alpha, to be invariant or not to be? — •Manfred Geilhaupt — 41844 Dalheim, Hessenfeld 10

Within QED the elementary charge (e) and the Planck-Constant (h) are fundamental constants. Within GR the velocity of light (c) is a fundamental constant. So for that in such classical physics those constants are assumed to be independent of space and time. The Sommerfeld fine structure constant (FSC), definition from 1916 (alpha: e^2/hc), depends on charge, velocity of light, and Planck constant. So the fine structure number must be independent of space and time as well. However, in 2011 Webb et al. showed by experiment that the FSC depends on the metric of space when comparing many of different white dwarf spectra all over the universe directions and distances. So the FSC is not space invariant from the experimental point of view. So here we have a basic problem in classical Physics revealed by experiment. So the only chance to explain this experimental result from a logical and physical point of view is to focus on Einsteins General Theory of Relativity. We will demonstrate and show: The FSC depends on Einsteins g44-metric-number of space if we combine the GR Field Equation of Motion with the principles of Thermodynamics (TD). Conclusion: The FSC must be different in value if the atomic-interferometry experiment is executed on earth (137,035999046), Parker et al., already done 2018 or on the moon (137,035999239), to be done.

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