Gravitation Due to Scalar Potentials and Black Holes
- 1 Concordia University, Canada
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This paper argues that the universe possesses two scalar potentials similar to those proposed by E.T. Whittaker in which waveforms travel longitudinally. It is proposed that these scalar potentials form through black holes, creating normal transverse electromagnetic radiation as well as gravity. This opens up new avenues for understanding the universe and black holes while applying parsimonious explanations to dark matter theories. Charge is envisioned as a widespread mechanical intermediate in the form of the scalar potentials, thus implying that the universe is similar to an atom. A new speed limit is determined and the critical MOND acceleration is derived using the Rydberg constant.
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- Black Holes
- Dark Matter
- Rydberg Constant