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Gravitational "Constant" G as a Function of Quantum Vacuum Energy Density and its Dependence on the Distance from Mass

2014
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International Journal of Astrophysics and Space Science
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In a previous paper the author has shown the gravitational constant ruling Newton's law can be expressed as a function of quantum variables related to Zero Point Field as Planck's time and quantum vacuum energy density. On the other hand the quantum vacuum energy density has been proved to be modified by the presence of a mass within the volume occupied by the mass itself and in the space surrounding it. Furthermore, according to the Einstein's Theory of General Relativity the same mass

doi:10.11648/j.ijass.s.2014020601.12
fatcat:oe3i3ihsa5a4nd2lddvoux2ozq