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Physical Insight of Space-Time and Modeling of Space-Time Dipoles, Gravity Waves and Gravitons: A Micro Space Antenna to Detect the Nature of Gravity Field

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1 Author(s)
Shibli, M. ; Dept. of Mechatronics Eng., German-Jordanian Univ., Amman

This paper presents an interpretation of space-time and modeling of space-time tri-dipoles, gravity field waves, and gravity carriers (the gravitons). The approach in this proposed paper is based on geometric modeling of space-time as a phase fluid and the momentum generated by the time. In this modeling, the time is considered as a mechanical variable along with other variables and treated on an equal footing. This model suggests that the space-time has a polarity and is composed of dipoles which are responsible for forming the orbits and storing the space-time energy-momentum. The tri-dipoles can be unified into a solo space-time dipole with an angle of 45 degrees. Such a result shows that the space-time is not void, on the contrary, it is full of conserved and dynamic energy-momentum structure. Furthermore, the gravity field waves is modeled and assumed to be carried by the gravitons which move in the speed of light. The equivalent mass of the graviton is found to be equal to 0.707 of the equivalent mass of the light carrier (the photon). Such a result indicates that the lightest particle (up to the author's knowledge) in the nature is the graviton and has an equivalent mass equals to 2.5119 times 10-52 kg. Moreover, a micro space antenna is proposed to detect the gravity waves. Finally, simulation results are demonstrated to verify the analytical results.

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Advances in Space Technologies, 2006 International Conference on

Date of Conference:

2-3 Sept. 2006