Vacuum Waves

@inproceedings{Wesson2012VacuumW,
  title={Vacuum Waves},
  author={Paul S. Wesson},
  year={2012}
}

Scaling Relations for the Cosmological ''Constant'' in Five-Dimensional Relativity

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A Time-Space Symmetry Based Cylindrical Model for Quantum Mechanical Interpretations

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Quantum Uncertainty and the Fifth Dimension

If the world has an extra dimension, the motion of a particle in spacetime may be slightly modified, producing a correlation between the momentum and position similar to that familiar from the

Cosmic Acceleration from Varying Masses in Five Dimensions

Much effort has been made in trying to solve or at least evade the inconsistencies that emerge from general relativity as the framework for a cosmological model. The extradimensional models rise as

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