GPRA Project: Realitivistic Relativity 2.0 by Robert L .DeMelo
Star Systems Are Atoms? This work introduces an alternative theoretical framework to Einsteins SRT. It is a velocity dependent relativity theory similar in respect to SRT with regards to length contraction, but significantly different in all other aspects. It includes size scaling dependent on velocity and a Universal static frame of reference. It details that star systems are atoms at two different points on the velocity spectrum, where star systems exist at low velocities and atomic systems exist at high velocities near and at the speed of light, and that our Solar System is a celestial Beryllium atom. The mathematical observations detailed in this work are beyond doubt extremely interesting. It mathematically derives the elementary charge 1.6022×10^(-19) C and also derives Avogadros constant 6.022×10^(-23). The observations show that mass and charge are the same thing at two different points on the velocity spectrum, that gas-giant planets in the outer system have a direct scale relationship to electrons, that rock planets in the inner system are directly related to neutrons, that the star itself is related to protons and that asteroids are related to photons. This radical, simple and highly intuitive work maps celestial objects to their quantum counter-parts mathematically with extraordinary accuracy.