*Dear Dr. Safonov,*

*I send my article to you PDF format in attachment. Please can you analysis my web site www.timeflow.org ? In addition You can find in my web site in http://www.chronos.msu.ru/rweblinks.html 'Personal Sites and Web-Pages' .*

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*Salih KIRCALAR*

Mr. Kircalar's paper is also pasted below. My grandpa called tonight and said he is reading it.

Combining General Relativity Theory with Quantum Theory

‘The lifetime of a mass or an energy in space is its Mc2 energy’ Ref.(3). Due to this characteristic feature of a substance, conversions of photons of the wawe-particle (energy-mass) or electrons continue consistently.

Hence, the binary conversion behavior of a photon implies binary conversion behavior of a big mass space object. In other words, the behavior of a photon is a miniature version of the behavior of a big mass space object. Because of General Relativity Theory, ‘One hour in the Sun remains behind with respect to, one hour in the Earth. One hour in the Earth remains behind with respect to, one hour in the Moon. One hour in the Moon remains behind with respect to, one hour in Alpha Ray. One hour in the Alpha Ray remains behind with respect to, one hour in Beta Ray. One hour in the Beta Ray remains behind with respect to, one hour in Gamma Ray. They all show the same physical behaviour.

Let us observe the behaviors of two photons, say one like is a big mass, and the other like is a small mass. Since the photon with small mass has a short lifetime, it will transform faster from mass into energy and vice versa.

The big mass photon has a longer lifetime. Hence, the speed of transformation from mass to energy or from energy to mass is slower. Smaller the mass of a photon is, the much bigger the kinetic energy is.

The kinetic energy of a photon is given by,

e=hf

All photons’ and all free sub-atomic particles’ lifetimes are their periods or 1/f . In other words the periods are lifetimes for photons and for free sub-atomic particles. And a period is equal its Mc2 particle energy x 1 s/joule or erg. If the period is high, lifetime is high. And Mc2 is high. Or vice versa. Like astronomical objects. This is universal law.

The mass of the low frequency of a photon has a big value . For example: Substituting an Alpha Ray with 1,67.109 Hz frequency into the formula yields,

e= hf = (6,62 .10-34) x (1,67.109)

time = (energy) x (time flow)

t = 1/1,67.109 = Mc2 .1 s/joule ; M = 6,64 .10-27 kg

On the other hand, for a high frequency photon the mass has a small value. As an example to show this is the case, consider a Beta Ray with 1,22.1013 Hz frequency into the formula gives,

e= hf = (6,62 .10-34) x (1,22 .1013)

t = 1/1,22.1013 = Mc2 .1 s/joule ; M= 9,109.10-31 kg

These two examples shows us that by equating the period of a photon to Mc2 energy in a unit time flow provides us the actual values of the mass.

These two examples are valid for x-Ray ,Gamma-Ray and Light-Ray. When mass decreases, frequency increases. And the transformation from mass to energy becomes more uncertain. We understand that Quantum Mechanics is not different from Classical Mechanics and Relativistic Mechanics, in fact.

The characteristics of the particles in Quantum Theory are the same as the character of the mass in the General Relativity Theory. They are subject to the same physical processes. So, Einstein’s expression “God does not throw dice!” is still valid.

References (R1):

[.1.]Salih Kircalar, ’Utilization of Time:Time Flow’, Galilean Electrodynamics 13, SI 1, 2 (2002).

[.2.]Salih Kircalar, ‘Time Effects Caused by Mass or Energy’, Galilean Electrodynamics 15, SI 1,8 (2004).

[.3.]Salih Kircalar, ‘Mass or Energy & Quantum Mechanics’ , Galilean electrodynamics 18, J/F, 2 (2007). Salih Kircalar

Güzel Otomotiv Kizilelma Cad.No:99/B

Findikzade-Istanbul /TURKEY

e-mail:kircalars@hotmail.com

Note to Mr. Kircalar: Thank you for asking my Grandpa's opinion. I know he'll be very flattered.

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