The medium for motion: a critical clue to understand spacetime
Autor: Alfonso León Guillén Gómez
On this work:
- The german professor of physics at University of Maryland, College Park, Dieter Rudolf Brill, Ph.D of Princeton University, discoverer with James Hartle, in 1964 of the Brill-Hartle geon and chairperson of Parallel Session ES2 - Theoretical Issues in GR accepted as contribution to Fourteenth Marcel Grossmann Meeting MG14, University of Rome "La Sapienza" - Rome, July 12-18, 2015.
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Fourteenth Marcel Grossmann Meeting – MG14
To MG14 attended 1220 scientists of every side the World, 1054 officially registered as participants.
Fourteenth Marcel Grossmann Meeting – MG14: Participants
Fourteenth Marcel Grossmann Meeting – MG14: Certificate of participation
Author thank Committee Chair MG14: Remo Ruffini, Robert Jantzen and Massimo Bianchi for accept me as participant, Chairpersons ES2 and AT4: Dieter Rudolf Brill and Mikhail S. Volkov for accept my works: “The medium of motion: a critical clue to understand spacetime” and “Einstein's gravitation is Einstein-Grossmann's equations”.
Author thank Marco Belli and Gianluca Belli for rent me their nice flat and their support and the marvellous persons of Italia and the rest of world, at Roma, who supported me.
Of other hand, author expresses his happy reunion with the professors Sergey Sushkov of the Kazan University, of the organizing committee of the Petrov 2010 anniversary symposium on General Relativity and gravitation, Russian Federation (Kazan), 1-6 November, 2010 and Jiri Bicak of the Charles University, of the organizing committee of the meeting On Relativity and Gravitation: 100 years after Einstein in Prague, june 25-29, 2012. Too, author presents his feelings of friendship to all the scientists of MG14 meeting.
Photos Committee Chair and Chairpersons.
Abstract. Since antiquity, natural philosophers have struggled to comprehend the nature of three tightly interconnected concepts: space, time, and motion. A proper understanding of motion, in particular, has been seen to be crucial for deciding questions about the natures of space and time, and their interconnections. (Huggett and Hoefer, 2009) . Course, a better understanding of motion leads to a better understanding of space-time. This is a problem of the historical development of science, as it is a product of human scientific practice, subject to becoming. We use the historical critical analysis of the various theoretic proposals in search of clues ignored. The prediction of the general relativity that the motion occurs in the static gravitational field is not valid because the motion always occurs in a given medium as vacuum, atmosphere, water, etc. The concept of motion and the equations of the special relativity and general relativity, as the theory of Galilee-Newton reduce motion elements to particle or body and space-time. In this paper, we present the medium (in special, the quantum vacuum), as the third essential element of motion, inseparable of spacetime since it is its material support of which the spacetime is its structural form, and we analyze its consequences in the theories of spacetime. Our contribution is to declare, that the spacetime itself does not exist, or is a relational property of matter, but a structural property of matter.
Published by International Journal of Modern Physics and Applications. Vol. 1, No. 5. December 20, 2015