Journal of Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications

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JOURNAL OF BEIJING UNIVERSITY OF POSTS AND TELECOM ›› 2015, Vol. 38 ›› Issue (4): 1-5.doi: 10.13190/j.jbupt.2015.04.001

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Hypothesis of Full-Cosimc-Scope Universal Interaction Force

REN Xiao-min   

  1. State Key Laboratory of Information Photonics and Optical Communications, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing 100876, China
  • Received:2015-07-23 Online:2015-08-28 Published:2015-08-28


Based on the bivergentum theory, the law of universal gravitation is extended to the hypothesis of full-cosmic-scope (FCS) universal interaction force, which involves not only the attractive forces but also the repulsive forces and applies to the microscopic, the meso- scopic and the macroscopic regimes, and the formula of FCS universal interaction force is established. The basic principle is that the wave property of a real physical object with the FCS quantization variable hB as its measure decreases from its maximum (hB=h) to its minimum (hB=hΔ) and correspondingly the particle property of the object increases from its minimum to its maximum when the bivergentum argument Bm of the object varies from 0 to ∞. The main points include ①the law of universal gravitation is rigorously valid for a pair of real physical objects when the particle properties of both objects reach their common upper limit. ②However, in general cases, the property of the universal interaction force (attractive or repulsive) between a pair of real physical objects is related to their FCS quantization variables hB1,hB2 and the distance r between them. ③There exists a critical distance rc related to the spatial extension dimensions S1 and S2 of the two objects' wave functions (determined by hB1 and hB2). The reversal of the property of the universal interaction force happens at the point r=rc, i.e. the force manifests itself as an attractive force when r>rc and as a repulsive force when r<rc. The truthfulness of this hypothesis needs to be tested by experiments. However, once it would be proved, the significance of this advancement might not be ignored. Probably, it might be contributive to the interpretations of relevant physical mechanisms in solid state physics, and might even give a clue to the further evolution of the theory of general relativity.

Key words: universal gravitation, full-cosmic-scope universal interaction force, attractive force, repulsive force, critical distance, bivergentum theory, bivergentum argument, full-cosmic-scope quantization variable, spatial extension dimension of wave function, wave property, particle property, solid state physics, theory of general relativity

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