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(Accepted for publication in Pramana - J. Phys. with revisions and extension to quarkonium physics.) Introducing spin in Schrodinger dynamics of particle motion
A non-perturbative relativistic atomic theory is presented. Spin is successfully introduced in Schrodinger dynamics of particle motion and the resulting energy levels of Hydrogen atom are shown to beExpand
Concept of Time and Unsolved Problems of Physics
An alternative gravity theory presented here is based on the concept that the time is a periodic phenomenon. Accuracy of the Newtonian energy equation for planets is improved, which gives geodesicExpand
Orbital period derivative of a binary system using an exact orbital energy equation
It is proposed that the equations of motion in periodic relativity which yielded major predictions of general relativity without utilizing Riemannian geometry and geodesic trajectories are exact inExpand
Proper time in rotation curves: the MOND CDM connection
Proper times associated with Milky Way’s rotation curve have been computed outside the framework of general relativity. It is proposed that the flat Minkowski metric can deviate in different ways forExpand
Hinge fitting for seats, especially motor vehicle seats
Periodic relativity: deflection of light, acceleration, rotation curves
Vectorial analysis relating to derivation of deflection of light is presented. Curvilinear acceleration is distinguished from the Newtonian polar conic acceleration. The difference between the two isExpand
Periodic invariant, general relativity predictions and origin of universe
A general form of space-time invariant called periodic invariant is proposed in which the special relativity invariant appear as a special case. This leads to invariant force-energy relation whichExpand
Quarkonium and hydrogen spectra with spin-dependent relativistic wave equation
The non-linear non-perturbative relativistic atomic theory introduces spin in the dynamics of particle motion. The resulting energy levels of hydrogen atom are exactly the same as that of DiracExpand