The Twin Physics Interpretation of Gravitational Waves

Anna C.M. Backerra

Abstract


Gravitational waves may originate in two approaching black holes, circling around each other until they merge together. This phenomenon is considered by using twin physics, based upon a complementary mathematical language, after fitting Einstein’s idea about the relationship between time and space into it. According to the description obtained, the two black holes are annihilated as soon as they touch each other; only after a rearrangement of the constituent Heisenberg-units, these being units of potential energy, one new black hole is generated. During this rearrangement, a pair of oppositely charged particles appears, which is considered to be the birth of electromagnetism. This occurs during a period of time which is principally too short to measure, which seems to be the reason for the apparent merging of the black holes. The expectation is that extraordinarily large signals will be repeatedly received, related to a chain of annihilations of black solid particle pairs and subsequent generations of single black solid particles. We suppose that these signals represent gravitational waves.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/apr.v10n1p23

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