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Spacetime deformations of electromagnetic nature are far from negligible

Abstract

We would like to collect a series of considerations concerning the influence, which we believe is relevant, that phenomena of an electromagnetic nature have on the geometry of spacetime. The approach, supported by the critical observation of already well-known properties and sustained by theoretical elements, leads us to attribute a primary role to electric and magnetic interactions. In fact, a seemingly small interpretative effort can help link theories elegantly and mathematically which at the moment appear independent. Einstein's equations have a validity that goes beyond the cosmological one and, with the appropriate corrections, they can clarify what really happens inside matter, starting with the bonds that dominate at the molecular level all the way up the description of the macroscopic characteristics. This analysis allows us to leave the context hitherto reserved exclusively for quantum mechanics and to place the study of the structure of matter in a more classic framework.
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hal-04095803 , version 1 (12-05-2023)

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Daniele Funaro. Spacetime deformations of electromagnetic nature are far from negligible. 2023. ⟨hal-04095803⟩
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