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IJAPM 2013 Vol.3(1): 34-37 ISSN:2010-362X
DOI: 10.7763/IJAPM.2013.V3.169

Relative Transformation of Matter Motion Based on the Arbitrary Wave Velocity

Shuming Wen

Abstract—Albert Einstein proposed the special relativity under the condition that using light wave as the signal and the propagation velocity of light wave in vacuum is a constant. According to the special relativity, Albert Einstein concluded that the rest mass of photon is zero and the velocity of any matter could not exceed that of light. These conclusions are doubted by many experimental phenomenons. In this paper, the wave that could carry arbitrary signals was used to transfer information. Assuming the velocity of the wave is a constant, the parameters of matter motion was calculated with the Lorentz transform. The results show that rest mass of photon may be not zero, when the wave with a velocity exceeding that of light is used as the propagation carrier. And also, obtain the conclusion that the powerful gravitation would change the density distribution of photon in the universe. The light wave will change the direction of propagation according to the density distribution of photon. As a result, the route of light propagation will change too. Photons will be attracted into the black hole continually by its limitless attraction force. In addition, wave propagating though photons could not escape the gravitation of the black hole.

Index Terms—Arbitrary wave, constant velocity of light, lorentz transform, rest mass of photon, photon independent of light wave.

Shuming Wen is with the Faculty of Land Resources Engineering, Kunming University of Science and Technology, Kunming 650093, Yunnan, PR China. (e-mail: shmwen@ 126.com).

Cite: Shuming Wen, "Relative Transformation of Matter Motion Based on the Arbitrary Wave Velocity," International Journal of Applied Physics and Mathematics  vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 34-37, 2013.

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ISSN: 2010-362X
Frequency: Bimonthly (2011-2014); Quarterly (Since 2015)
DOI: 10.17706/IJAPM
Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Haydar Akca
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