Lumine naturae

Thirring-Lense effect and EM polarizations.

The history of physics is a set of steps and each one is characterized by a better understanding of the nature of light.

The underlying idea is that all galaxies in the universe are spinning. We know that (i) each rotation induces a Lense-Thirring effect and (ii) that the presumably empty regions of the universe are electromagnetically polarized.

Therefore, the document explores a totally new path, asking if the geometric volumetric density of energy associated with a Lense-Thirring effect can be mathematically identified with the polynomial which has been discovered in studying the dispersion relation of light in vacuum?

The premises are encouraging and give me the opportunity to introduce a curvature tensor into the theory.

The existence of some non-trivial decomposition for a (eventually deformed) tensor product was until now an intuitive belief. The way of thinking introducing a curvature tensor into that general discussion gives a mathematical visage to my intuition.

Therefore, even if the proposed physical comparison (Lense-Thirring effect º electromagnetic polarization) does not hold, the document remains a milestone in my mathematical progression.

The document is available on the French part of this website.

© Thierry PERIAT.

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Last edited: 15/09/2021