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The Common Physical Origin of the Gravitational, Strong and Weak Forces

@article{Michelini2008TheCP,
  title={The Common Physical Origin of the Gravitational, Strong and Weak Forces},
  author={Maurizio Michelini},
  journal={viXra},
  year={2008}
}
Particles moving within the flux of micro-quanta filling the space have been shown to obey the Relativistic Mechanics and to undergo a gravitational �pushing� force with G depending locally on the quantum flux constants. Due to the very little quantum energy Eo , the ratio Eo/mc2 equals about 10-50 so the collisions with particles follow the optical reflection accurately. The simultaneous micro-quanta hitting upon a nucleon are about 1050, a high number due to the small wavelength which results… 

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