Inflections of Periodicities of Background Photon Spectral Power Densities Are Predicted by the Lorentz Contraction for a Potential Indicator for the Intrinsic Structure of Space

  title={Inflections of Periodicities of Background Photon Spectral Power Densities Are Predicted by the Lorentz Contraction for a Potential Indicator for the Intrinsic Structure of Space},
  author={Michael A. Persinger},
  journal={Journal of Advances in Physics},
  • M. Persinger
  • Published 30 July 2016
  • Physics
  • Journal of Advances in Physics
                The value for the Lorentz contraction to produce a discrepancy for a hypothetical number that reflects a property (21.3I€4) of sub-matter space was calculated. When applied to time the contraction would be ~35 min. The difference in mass-equivalent energy for an electron at c (the velocity of light in a vacuum) and the required v was ~2 ·10-20 J which has emerged as a significant quantity that may permeate from the force at Planck’s Length when applied across the… 

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