International Research Journal of Physics


Paradoxes of the theory of gravity

Research Article of International Research Journal of Physics Paradoxes of the theory of gravity S. Orlov Petrozavodski State University Showing the contradictions in the physics calculations using the equations of the classical theory of gravitation. Alternatively, investigate the physical properties of space objects on the basis of the theory of vortex gravitation, cosmology and cosmogony. The obtained results allow us to evaluate and compare the above objective, physical theories. Keywords: ether, theory of vortex gravitation ...

REASONS FOR REMOVAL OF THE MOON

Research Article of International Research Journal of Physics REASONS FOR REMOVAL OF THE MOON S. Orlov Petrozavodski State University In article the new concept of an explanation of the reason of removal of the Moon from Earth is offered to consideration. It is based on the theory of vortex gravitation, cosmology and a cosmogony. The main reason for this removal is that gravity, the earth’s field does not create our planet, and ether vortex The orbital plane of the Moon doesn’t coincide with the plane of a gravitational whirlwind that creates reduction of forces of an attraction of the Moon to Earth on some sites of its orbit. Removal of a lunar orbit happens a consequence of it. Keywords: theory of vortex gravitation, celestial mechanics ...

ON INVARIANT SPEED OF LIGHT

Research Article of International Research Journal of Physics ON INVARIANT SPEED OF LIGHT S. Orlov Petrozavodski State University A new physical model of the appearance of light, properties, and its trajectory. Explains the paradox of invariance and isotropy of light based on the laws of classical physics. Keywords: Theory of vortex gravitation, cosmology, cosmogony. Aerodynamics. Invariance speed of light ...

Genesis of the planet Earth

Review Article of International Research Journal of Physics Genesis of the planet Earth S. Orlov Petrozavodski State University In this article we consider the origin and subsequent evolution of our planet. Theoretical studies are based on the author’s theory of vortex gravity, cosmology and cosmogony, and also on the law of conservation of the angular momentum of the body’s rotation. As a practical justification for calculations and conclusions, the well-known fact of slowing the rotation of the Earth is used. The principles of the formation of elementary particles and all types of inorganic and organic substances are proposed. The calculation of the physical state of our planet in the past and in the future is done. The age of the Earth is calculated in the article, which exceeds the generally accepted value by 1.2 billion years. It is shown that the principle of the origin and evolution of the Earth is fully applicable for the genesis of all other celestial bodies. Keywords: theory of vortex gravitation, celestial mechanics, cosmology, cosmogony ...

Dr. Sergey I. Pokutnyi
Professor and Head, Department Theoretical Problems of Optics and Spectroscopy, Nanosystems Kurdjumov Institute for Metal Physics of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

Dr. Shaban Harb
Professor, Physics Department, faculty of Science, South Valley university, Qena, Egypt

Dr. H. M. Srivastava
Professor Emeritus, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Victoria, Canada

Dr. Laith Ahmed Najam
Professor, Physics Department, Mosul University

Dr. Said Elshahat Abdallah
Professor, Kafrelsheikh University, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Agricultural Engineering

Dr. Somnath S Banerjee
Director, Sanjay Institute of Engineering and Management, a premier institute of SKSgroup of Institute, Mathuraa

Dr Sushmita Mohapatra
Associate professor and Head Of the department, Department of Applied Sciences ,Bharati Vidyapeeth’s College of Engineering New Delhi

Dr. Rupayan Bhattacharya
Professor and Head, Department of Physics, Seacom Skills University

Dr. S V Ranga Nayakulu
Professor and Dean, Research & Development, Guru Nanak Institutions Technical Campus(Autonomous)

Prof. (Dr.) Santosh Kumar Karn
Professor and Dean (Examination), Head, Department of Science and Humanities , PCCS, Gr. Noida, NCR-Delhi.

Dr. Rami Ahmad El-Nabulsi
Professor, Athens Institute for Education and Research, Mathematics and Physics Divisions, 8 Valaoritou Street, Kolonaki, 10671, Athens, Greece

Dr. Smain FEMMAM
Professor and Director, UHA University France, IEEE, SEE senior member, CA member Section France, SEE member.

Dr. Luca Ottaviano
Professor, Dipartimento di Scienze Fisiche e Chimiche Università dell’Aquila Via

Dr. S. A. Vanalakar
Visiting Fellow, Dept. of Materials Science, Chonnam National University, S. Korea; Raman Fellow, Microelectronic Research Center, Iowa State University, USA

Dr. Alka Singh
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Pure and Applied Physics Guru Ghasi Das Central University

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