Posted by: sorli

## Enigma of gravitational waves - 12/25/05 10:13 AM

Hypothetical gravitational waves should travel between two stellar objects with the speed of light. Between sun and earth the duration of travel should be around eight minutes. The fundamental question here is: how can a single gravitational wave that has left the sun and is in the middle of the way to the earth keep together sun and earth. It would be reasonable to find the answer on this question before to go on with ?gravitational waves research? that in thirty years did not give any experimental result.

According to some recent research gravitation is carried by the density of cosmic space itself and is immediate as by Newton. Gravitational waves does not exist.

yours, amrit sorli

Sources:

- Sorli A, Sorli I. (2004). A-temporal Gravitation, Electronic Journal of Theoretical Physics, Vol. 1, Num. 2 http://www.ejtp.com/

- Sorli A., Fiscaletti D. (2005). Active Galactic Nucleus As a Renewing System Of the Universe, Electronic Journal of Theoretical Physics, Vol. 2, Num 6 http://www.ejtp.com/

- Sorli A., Sorli I. (2005) From Space-time to A-Temporal Physical Space, Frontier Perspectives, Vol 14, Num 1

- Sorli A., Sorli I. (2004). Mathematical Time And Physical Time In The Theory Of Relativity, Electronic Journal of Theoretical Physics, Vol. 1, Num 4 http://www.ejtp.com/

According to some recent research gravitation is carried by the density of cosmic space itself and is immediate as by Newton. Gravitational waves does not exist.

yours, amrit sorli

Sources:

- Sorli A, Sorli I. (2004). A-temporal Gravitation, Electronic Journal of Theoretical Physics, Vol. 1, Num. 2 http://www.ejtp.com/

- Sorli A., Fiscaletti D. (2005). Active Galactic Nucleus As a Renewing System Of the Universe, Electronic Journal of Theoretical Physics, Vol. 2, Num 6 http://www.ejtp.com/

- Sorli A., Sorli I. (2005) From Space-time to A-Temporal Physical Space, Frontier Perspectives, Vol 14, Num 1

- Sorli A., Sorli I. (2004). Mathematical Time And Physical Time In The Theory Of Relativity, Electronic Journal of Theoretical Physics, Vol. 1, Num 4 http://www.ejtp.com/