The elasto-gravitational interpretation of the “strong interaction”
We demonstrate that the strong interaction ensues from the general gravitation and from the elasticity of the ether Œ. To this purpose we consider two particles: One of mass m and electric charge q > 0, and the second of mass
, immobile, and of electric charge > 0. As we show, the Schwarzschild field created by
modifies the Œ elastic restoring rotation coefficient
related to the phase velocity of the wave
associated to the particle of mass m by
. Since is the inverse of the electric induction coefficient
, it is the coefficient of the temporal component
of the electromagnetic potential tensor in the expression for the Lagrange‐Einstein function that also depend upon the Einstein tensor . From this
one deduces a distance
between these two particles such that when , their gravitational attraction surpasses their electric repulsion; this is the “strong interaction.”
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 30 December 2013
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