The paradox of constant planetary mass as evidence of a leptonic lattice-structured vacuum state View Full Text


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DATE

1985-12

AUTHORS

H. Aspden

ABSTRACT

The constancy of velocity momenth in the equations of planetary motion has been well verified by their accuracy in accounting for perihelion advance. There is, however, an implicit paradox, because the conservation of angular momentum requires constancy of planetary mass, even though speed in orbit varies. One way of resolving this paradox appears in the conformable properties of a lattice-structured vacuum state of recent record, which provides also a quantum connection, in having given account for Planck’s radiation law and a theoretical evaluation of the fine-structure constant in precise accord with its measured value. More... »

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705-709

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02746831

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