“Gravitational field is Gravitons”

Adrian Ferent

“Gravitational field is a discrete function”

Adrian Ferent

Gravitational field is not continuous and differentiable
function.

The momentum of the graviton is negative p = - m × v.

“Gravitons have negative energy E
= a × f and the speed higher than the speed of light”

Adrian Ferent

Adrian Ferent

You learned from your professors, from your books that
a gravitational field is a model used to explain the influence of
a mass into space.

You learned about couple gravitational fields, using PDEs
(conditions of continuity and differentiability).

More complicated are the equations, more impressive is the
theory for those who do not understand gravitations. Writing wrong and useless
equations related to Einstein’s wrong gravitation theory was the job for the
scientists in the last 100 years.

In classical mechanics the gravitational field is the
negative gradient of the gravitational potential.

Einstein did not understand
gravity and reinterpreted gravity not as a force pulling on objects but as a
curvature of spacetime; Einstein's field equations.

Quantum theories of gravity like
String theory, LQG… try to reconcile general relativity with the
principles of quantum mechanics.

Because Einstein gravitation
theory is wrong, quantum theories of gravity like String theory, LQG…are wrong
theories.

Einstein did not receive the
Nobel Prize for his theory, but they received in 2017 the Nobel Prize for
detection of gravitational waves, predicted by Einstein’s theory.

LIGO announced the first-ever
direct detection of gravitational waves.

“Einstein’s gravitational waves do not exist, how they can
detect them?”

Adrian
Ferent

As a consequence of Einstein
wrong gravitation theory, the physicists explained how they can travel trough a
black hole, trough a wormhole.

“A black hole attracts with
greater force a planet, than the planet attracts the black hole”

Adrian Ferent

Adrian Ferent

This means:

“Newton 's third law is wrong”

Adrian Ferent

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