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VOLUME  5,     issue 2


 S.B. Karavashkin and O.N. Karavashkina ON REALITY OF BLACK HOLES

Published on 12.07.2005

We will analyse the basic phenomenological and mathematical approaches of Relativity when having built the General theory of relativity. In particular, we will consider the ways, how Einstein derived the regularity of light velocity with respect to the value of gravity potential; how Schwarzschild derived the metric of stationary point black hole; how Landau made his derivation for a collapsing dust sphere; Oppenheimer's derivation for a collapse of dying star, as well as the features and incentives, how and why had Einstein introduced his lambda term.

On the basis of analysis of the above approaches, we will show full inconsistency of the statements of problems to the corresponding processes in real physical systems, artificial mathematical transformations based on ignoring the logic sequence of formal mathematical derivation, on unfoundedly introduced ad libitum, doubtful postulates and on arbitrarily composed mathematical expressions.

Keywords: cosmogony, cosmology, general theory of relativity, general covariance,   equivalence principle, black holes, Schwarzschild sphere,  collapse of dust-like sphere, collapse of dying star

Classification by MSC 2000: 83C05, 83C57, 83C75

Classification by PASC 2001: 04.20.Cv, 04.20.Dw, 04.20.Ex, 04.40.Dg, 04.70.-s, 04.70.Bw, 97.60.-s, 97.60.Lf

1. Introduction: / 1 /

2. Discrepancy in the 4 D metric of SR and GR:  / 2 / 3 / 4 /

3. Schwarzschild's solution for the gravity field of point mass and its shortcomings:  / 5 / 6 / 7 /

4. Phenomenological discrepancies in relativistic solving the problem of collapsing dust-like sphere:  / 8 / 9 /

5. Infinite gravity compression:  / 10 / 11 / 12 / 13 /

6. Relativistic way to general covariance through the violation of conservation laws:  / 14 / 15 / 16 / 17 /

Supplement 1. Some additional aspects of the analysis of black hole conception: / 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 /

Supplement 2. The answers to Sergey Khartikov’s questions:/ 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 /


 O.N. Karavashkina and S.B. Karavashkin ON LIGHT ABERRATION

Published on 15.08.2005

We will study astronomical aberration of light from the view of classical and relativistic formalisms and reveal the following salient feature of aberration in classical formalism: the models of moving observer and stationary source and of moving source and stationary observer are non-identical. As opposite to this, the relativistic formalism has based its modelling on the identity of these models, which causes full phenomenological discrepancy of relativistic approach to the real description of aberration.

We will show that Airy obtained a negative result in his experiment with the telescope filled with water because of features of telescopic system, which he did not account. If getting these masking effects over, we can suggest a method to measure exactly the absolute velocity and direction of the Earth motion based on the feature of aberration predicted by classical formalism. Additionally, we will give one more scheme to register the velocity of Earth. This technique will allow to measure, just as the technique based on aberration, the first-order values of smallness in v/c.

Keywords: astronomy, aberration of light, Airy experiment, relativistic transformation of space-time, theorem of relativistic summation of velocities, measurement of absolute velocity relative to the aether

Classification by MSC 2000: 83A05, 85A04

Classification by PASC 2001: 95.10.Jk, 95.30.Tg, 95.50.-n, 95.55.Br

Full text: aberENG.doc.zip

1. Introduction: / 18 /

2. Classical description of aberration of light:  / 19 / 20 / 21 /

3. Relativistic description of light aberration:  / 22 / 23 / 24 /

4. On possibility to register the absolute angle of light aberration and to reveal the Earth motion relatively the aether:  / 25 / 26 / 27 /

Conclusions/ 28 /



Published on 23.09.2005

We will study Lorentz transformation for speeds and accelerations, how do they satisfy the self-consistence of the group of metamorphisms and whether it is legal to join formally the concepts of invariant and 4-D interval. In these frames we will check, whether there are conserved the regularities of accelerated motion in inertial reference frames, the law of vectors addition and reality of relativistic reduction of bodies, and whether it is legal to study the non-uniform motion of bodies with respect to their intrinsic frames. Basing on this analysis, we conclude that the formalism of special theory of relativity is unable to solve the kinematic and dynamic problems of bodies.

Keywords: special theory of relativity, speeds summation law, invariance, Minkowski space, groups of automorphism, transitivity axiom, space-time transformation, 4-D acceleration, intrinsic time, intrinsic reference frame

Classification by MSC 2000: 20F28, 30A05, 32V10, 32M25, 32Q05, 83A05

Classification by PASC 2001: 03.30.+p, 04.20.Cv, 04.20.Gz, 11.25.Hf, 11.30.Cp

1. Introduction: / 29 /

22. Accelerated motion of body with respect to inertial reference frame in relativistic conception : / 29 / 30 / 31 /

3. The law of vectors summation with Lorentz transformation: / 32 /

4. On reality of relativistic reduction of space-time: / 33 / 34 /

5. Violated self-consistence of the group of automorphisms for the secondary Lorentz transformations: / 35 /

6. On the invariance of Minkowski 4-D interval : / 36 / 37 / 38 /

Conclusions: / 39 /

Supplement 1. On reality of space-time reduction in SR: / 1 / 2 /


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