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TITLE: Relativistic exponential gravitation and exponential potential of electric charge
AUTHOR: BenAmots, N.
SOURCE: Foundations of Physics, v. 37, No. 45 , pp. 773787 ( May 2007).
Fulltext from journal: doi:10.1007/s1070100791121 
ABSTRACT: We present theories of gravitation and electric potentials with exponential dependence on the reciprocal distance. In the context of this kind of electric potential we investigate the dynamics of a relativistic electron interacting with a proton.
SUMMARY: We investigated two new gravitation theories with variable rest
mass. We find that both give results very close to general relativity
for known weak gravitational fields but both suggested theories do not
exhibit "black holes." In order to verify which theory fits reality,
analysis of existing NEA/NEO observational data is suggested.
An exponential electric potential similar to the exponential gravitation
potential presently discussed is used for investigating the orbits of an
electron around a proton. A new set of hydrogen electron orbitals inner
to the Bohr orbitals and very close to the proton is found.
59 references:
Milne, E.A.,
"Rational electrodynamics: V. The neutron and nuclear dynamics,"
Phil. Mag., v. 34(7),
246258 (1943). See pp. 246250.
Milne, E.A., "Kinematic Relativity"
Clarendon Press, Oxford, UK, pp. 203210, 214220 in (1951) edition.
(  First edition was in 1948).
Schiff, L.I., "Motion of a gyroscope according to Einstein's theory of
gravitation," Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., v. 46, pp. 87182 (1960)
and more 56 references.
KEYWORDS: Exponential potential, subBohr orbital, Variable rest mass
REVIEWER: Anonymous.
REVIEW: I have enjoyed reading the article in the Found. of Phys. It is a very
interesting, important and well written work with a lot of examples. I like this paper.
ERRATA IN PAPER:
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The paragaph that includes Equation (7) should read:
"Vankov [57, 16] and also BenAmots [22] further extend (6) to electric charge."
The paragraph before Equation (9) should read:
"We derived the pseudo line element (8) corresponding to (6)
using a procedure similar to that of Weinberg..."
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"line element corresponding to (6). We calculate the ..."
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"Introducing the coefficient 2 we get the "line element" corresponding to (6):"
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"Coleman has also shown [24] that (14) is..."
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"We argue [22] that the variable mass (6) implies that the gravitational field exhibits ..."
COMMENT: Lectured 14th June, 2006 in
IARD2006 Conference.
CITED BY:
Majernik, V.
"An alternative to classical naked singularity and black hole,"
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https://doi.org/10.4006/1.3187148
Tsang, Ling Man,
"Some static spherical classical solutions including the cosmological term,"
Canadian J. Pure Appl. Sci., v. 4, No. 1, pp. 10731079 (2010)
See p. 1078
The author name is erroneously cited as Amots instead the correct family name
BenAmots
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"Calculation of gravitational potential by the method of multiple redshifts,"
(2010),
http://sites.google.com/site/revisingnewton
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"Newtonian potential and the Einstein equivalence principle,"
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http://www.vixra.org/pdf/1412.0226v7.pdf
http://www.rxiv.org/pdf/1412.0226v7.pdf
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http://www.vixra.org/pdf/1412.0226v3.pdf
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"Nonlinear energy conservation theorem in the framework of Special Relativity"
European Journal of Physics, v. 36, 045009 (2015)
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http://www.arxiv.org/pdf/1505.0481v1.pdf
Cited by
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"The LenzSommerfeld approach to general relativity with variable masses"
Researchgate.net (2015)
Cited by
Boonserm, P., Ngampitipan, T., Simpson, A., Visser, M.,
"The exponential metric represents a traversable wormhole"
(May 2018)
arXiv:1805.03781v3 [grqc] (May 2018)
"Exponential metric represents a traversable wormhole"
Phys. Rev. D, (October 2018)
DOI:10.1103/PhysRevD.98.084048
Cited by
Simpson, Alex
"Traversable Wormholes,
Regular Black Holes,
and BlackBounces"
(2019)
M.Sc. thesis
Victoria University of Wellington, New zealand
School of Mathematics and Statistics
AUTHOR'S COMMENTS (not included in the paper):
The present paper was submitted a few months after the conference of June 2006 to the editor
of the proceedings. As usual, the editor passed it to the reviewers and waited for their comments
and my corrections. He did the same for all the other papers of the proceedings.
Only after the editor gathered all the corrected papers, he submitted all of them together
to the journal. The journal printed the papers with the date of submission
to the journal, 3rd January 2007. This is a normal process for conference papers. I was
accused in 2020 by an author of another paper published in 2006 that
my paper submitted in 2007 did not refer to his paper of 2006. However, his paper
was submitted in December 2006, a few days before the editor submitted my paper to the
journal, and a few months after I submitted this paper to the editor.
Therefore, I could not know about his paper on time. Furthermore, there is no
obligation to refer to all the papers. Also, the reason of not refering a paper is
mostly not finding it in a survey. It is recommended to refer the important first
papers on the subject. The important first authors of the relevant papers were
Milne (1938, 1943), Yilmaz (1958), Coleman (1971) and six others, whom my paper
refers to 14 of their papers, but these predecessors were not referred by the accuser author,
who ignored all the predecessors in order to claim that his paper of 2006 was the first one.
Apparently he did not make any survey, which led him to believe that he was the first one.
Anyway, my present paper includes much more relevant continuation derivations than
all the references,
and other not referred papers, either later or earlier. The most important issue is a new
derivation in the present paper of a new set of subBohr orbitals of the electron
around a proton. The second important issue in my paper is another brand new derivation of
other equations that leads to yet another solution without a black hole. No predecessor
exists for both these original issues in my paper.
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