Dark Matter: The Nature of Space and the Galactic Gravitational Fields

Jacob Schaf
2015 Universal Journal of Physics and Application  
The non-Keplerian rotation of the galaxies is actually among the most challenging troubles of the current theories with space and gravitation. The aim of this work is showing that the origin of this impasse is a wrong view about the nature of space and the gravitational physics. The Higgs theory introduces the real Higgs Quantum Space (HQS), giving mass to the elementary particles. This HQS thus rules the inertial motion of matter and propagates light. It is locally the ultimate reference for
more » ... ate reference for rest and for motions and thus directly involved in the gravitational physics. Recent experimental observations, achieved with the help of the tightly synchronized atomic clocks in orbit, demonstrate that such a real HQS effectively exists and is circulating round earth and the sun according to a Keplerian velocity field, consistent with the planetary motions. This directly explains the null results of the light anisotropy experiments and accurately creates the observed gravitational dynamics on earth and in the solar system. Specifically the form of the galactic velocity field, created by the orbiting stars, is shown to deviate considerably from the Keplerian form, which explains the observed non-Keplerian rotation of the galaxies without the need of dark matter.
doi:10.13189/ujpa.2015.090404 fatcat:tkjkl2iqlncsfftu2wmhsnpqfy