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TCS Theory - Planetary mechanics

This work is a continuation of the paper The Three-dimensional Complex Space theory - TCS Theory published in 2010, and that it will introduce into the laws that govern planetary systems, specifically in the domain of the foundations of global and satellite stability throughout the planetary system as part or not of all the galaxies in our cosmos. The most significant finding and certainly surprising, first published in this paper refers to the significant implications of solar drag in planetary stability, conceptually very different from the ideas of the deformation fields published in General Relativity by A. Einstein.

TCS Theory FAQ

1. Question: Page 6. How is your absolute time concept related to the requirements of relativity?

The “absolute time” or simply the variable “t” in the TCS theory [1], is exactly equal to the absolute magnitude of the expansion of temporary subspace occurred between two specific moments. The variable “absolute time” is a scalar and is given by the following expression into the TCS theory:

where Vt1 is for any volume within the temporary subspace in the initial moment, Vt2 is the size reached due to the expansion of temporary subspace time measured at the final instant and k’ is a dimensional constant which depends on the time unit and the measuring method taken.In the theory of relativity, the absolute time is related to a shift in the temporal dimension, this is why the absolute time at TCS theory is conceptually different deep inside with the absolute time of the theory of relativity.

Three-dimensional Complex Space theory “TCS”

This work is a summary of the three-dimensional complex space research that I’ve realized almost twenty years ago at Buenos Aires. Two experiments were selected on which I carry out interpretations of this new theory.

Also, I’ve added a complete development study on electromagnetic hysteresis, due to it is of primary importance on astronomical research the determination of a new electromagnetic spectra that happens on the Cosmos and it is at range of observation.

The three-dimensional complex space theory determines an existence of six different quarks (only two of them can be observed with present electromagnetic technologies), as three elemental particles components that integrates every known matter and it belongs to three different physical subspaces (even temporal subspace), that makes nine physical dimensions and twelve real dimensions in total.