Cover Yanchilin V.L. Gravitation and Quantum Mechanics
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Gravitation and Quantum Mechanics.

12 pp. (English).
  • Paperback

In the brochure the solution of a very old problem, which is known as the Mach principle, is stated. A new model of space-time where the values of the speed of light and Plank constant depend on the gravitational potential created by the whole mass of the Universe at a given point in space is proposed. In the new model the existence of inertial reference systems is directly connected with all masses of the Universe.

The principally new idea of Chaos ...(More)outside the limits of the Universe’s gravitational field, the state of space-time with degenerated (uncertain) laws of motion, is introduced.

The physical sense of Einstein’s well-known formula: E = mc2 is revealed. Theoretical proof to the fact of equality of the inert and gravitational masses is given. Within the limits of quantum mechanics a mechanism of the Newtonian law of gravitation is explained.


Our space may be compared to the screen of a monitor. Lines separated by a fraction of a millimeter are distinguished on a monitor of high class. At the same time such lines smear into one line on a bad monitor. Our space is a “monitor” of highest class, but it is still not ideal. Trajectories of particles’ motion smear into one line at small distances (of an order of the size of an atom). In consequence of this an electron (which is an indivisible particle) can pass through two near-placed holes at the same time!

The quality of a monitor is determined by the work of focusing systems, which direct electrons beams to a screen. In space stars and galaxies filling our Universe play the part of such systems. Influencing elementary particles with their masses stars and galaxies limit the uncertainty of the particles’ motion. Thanks to this, photons, neutrons and electrons do not smear within space as on a screen of a bad monitor.

In the new theory the effect of gravitation is a pure quantum effect: a big mass limits the uncertainty in a particle’s motion and, as a result, attracts it.