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Currently we recognize, under the name of Fundamental Forces, four actions at a distance : The gravitational force, the electromagnetic force, the strong nuclear force and the weak nuclear force. The repositioning theory is able to allow us to consider them under a new outlook. Let's begin by the gravitational force; electromagnetic and nuclear forces will be treated on following pages. We will notice that they are all explained by the same principle.

1- The Gravitation

1.1- Inertial mass and gravity mass
We know two forms for the mass : the inertial mass and the gravity mass. We can't make any difference between them, in that sense that a physicist locked in a lift with his usual instruments will not be able to say if he is dragged in a uniformly accelerated motion or if he is in a gravity field. General Relativity theory states the identity of these two masses by the Equivalence Principle. This principle must be also a basic element for the Repositioning Theory which considers that these two types of mass should refer to the same phenomenon; it remains for it to find a clear explanation.
Inertial mass is directly linked to the phase wave, as we have seen in a previous chapter. This phase wave appears when the two basic waves of the system shift, one with regard to the other, leading a difference between the wavelengths coming from different sides. Gravity mass must have the same origin; there is an explanation :
Our starting point is still the permanent repositioning of the particle : the whole of the matter of the Universe assigns a position to the particle which tends to place itself there at each repositioning. The information on this position is carried by the convergent waves. If this converging wave system is perfectly concentric, the particle oscillates on its place. But that is seldom the case since everything stirs in the Universe; the motion of every particle is likely to modify all the set and the wave system is always deformed and in evolution.

Then, let's make the hypothesis that, according to a general law of waves (Jearl Walker), when convergent waves travel through a zone where matter is, like stars, planets or even a mere dust cloud, their frequency increases. The speed remaining the same, the wavelength lessens. That could be interpreted so : When an important quantity of matter is mustered somewhere, concentration and intensification of vibrations contract the medium, waves that travel through this medium get a shorter wavelength. If we consider now a particle outside of this zone, it receives convergent waves of different frequency from two opposite sides, towards the mass of matter and towards the rest of the Universe. It reacts with a dissymmetrical way, following its phase wave which leads the motion in the direction of the shorter wavelength (or of the greater frequency), that is a general property of particles in the framework of the Repositioning Theory.
So presented and under the light of previous chapters, gravitation proceeds from the same mechanism as kinetic inertia : in a deformed wave system, either by a mass of matter or by the motion, the repositioning of the particle makes itself according to the phase wave, in the direction of the shorter convergent waves. Inertial mass and gravity mass are of the same nature and we can't differentiate one from the other, more especially as the matter tools that can be used undergo the same influence.

1.2- How gravitation produces acceleration
We are now able to understand how a mass gets acceleration under the effect of gravitation : a greater frequency in a particular direction induces the motion, as we have just seen, then at its turn this motion leads, forward, a rise of frequencies by Doppler Effect, and a faster motion. And this conjugated double action is at the origin of the acceleration. Each of these actions, if isolated, would allow only a uniform movement, together they produce acceleration. This one is the same for all the bodies since the front wave contraction depends on an external phenomenon, gravitation, and on acquired speed; it does not depend on the nature of these bodies.

Remarks :

  • In the framework of this theory, these are the particles which reposition, each individually. However a composed body will act and accelerate as the whole of its components.
  • According to this hypothesis, the speed of gravitation would be equal to that of light, since carried by basic waves. This is utterly in keeping with the observation of Ed Fomalont and Sergei Kopeinkin, made september 8 2002 taking advantage of the lens effect induced by Jupiter passing before a quasar.
  • I introduced the hypothesis that the concentration of vibratory systems in a space area steers tensions in that zone able to be at the origin of a bending of space. This bending is well known now and confirmed by many observations -the lens effect I spoke upper.
  • Lastly, I propose here for gravitation an alternative solution to that proposed by General Relativity. I think it deserves to be tested and compared with observations and measures currently made in the Universe. We will get perhaps a better explanation of its nature and its evolution. Don't forget that in order to justify the currently admitted set of theories -presented as a dogma- it is necessary to suppose, in the composition of the Universe, more than 95 per cent of matter (dark matter and dark energy) we don't know neither the nature nor the properties, and that nobody has ever seen anywhere, even through instruments. One can remain rigid on a dogma, but wouldn't it be wiser to look at other possibilities, or at least to tolerate that other searchers do it ?

    We will see in the (still to come) following page how electric force can be interpreted as the result of modification of information that a particle receives. This information is supported by convergent waves and concerns the position the particle must regain at the next repositioning. If it is modified, the particle steers for elsewhere.

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    may 2005