How Wonderful. Upper Limit of Graviton is over 400,000 Times of Speed of Light, which is from the Report of Observation Data

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The Velocity Measurement of Graviton and Movement Locus of Graviton in the Spiral Galaxy

Speed Testing of the Graviton and the Movement Track of Graviton in the Spiral GalaxyAbstract: The dream measurement work of scientists is to gain the speed of graviton through experimental data. No matter what is the speed value, it’s very important for the building of current physics theory. Professor Luo Pingan, a Chinese scholar, has drawn several particularly significant conclusions through utilizing the built physical model for graviton movement of spiral galaxy.

The dream measurement work of scientists is to gain the speed of graviton through
experimental data. No matter what is the speed value, it’s very important for the building of current physics theory. As the current experimental conditions on earth and people’s awareness of graviton are not yet in place, the research on the graviton meets with unprecedented difficulties. However, the graviton is the field quantum of Four Fundamental Interactions, therefore, the research on the graviton is bound to affect the construction of current universe theory and also have a significant impact on the construction of basic physical theory system and Grand Unified Theory.

A research paper in the English journal of Scientific Research Publishing, that’s, Journal of Modern Physics, reported in Dec. 2013, “Professor Luo Pingan, a Chinese scholar, has utilized the built physical model for the graviton movement of spiral galaxy to analyze the image data of M51 galaxy obtained by astronomical observations and has drawn several particularly significant conclusions as followings:” (read by clicking the original text)

  1. The movement locus of graviton in the spiral galaxy meets Archimedes spiral and fits the observation data perfectly;
  2. The guessing of “speed of graviton movement is a constant” is supported by the observation data for the first time;
  3. Obtaining the upper limit of graivton speed from the observation data for the first time, that’s, the maximum speed of graviton does not exceed 443000 times of speed of light;
  4. At the same time, this paper has put forward to the possible ways to measure the lower limit of graviton speed and come up with a new idea of utilizing the observation data, including the thickness for galactic center of spiral galaxy to measure the rotational angular speed of galactic equivalent center;

The graviton model of spiral galaxy put forward in this paper fits the actual observation image perfectly, which is a great advance in the human progress; drawing the conclusion of “the speed of graviton movement is a constant” through the observation data, so as to verify the guess in the current physics; the maximum speed of gravion does not exceed 443000 times of speed of light, which is particularly surprising and is far from the value of current theoretical guessing (graviton speed equal to speed of light). However, after all, it’s from the analysis report of experimental data observed for the graviton for the first time and its objectivity is there. From knowing little about the nature of graviton, to guessing the gravition speed equal to speed of light and then obtaining the quantitative analysis data of gravition, it itself is a huge step forward and is significant. If the general applicability of report is verified through other source data, there is no doubt that it will be a huge driver for the theoretical research of physics.

The original link: http://www.scirp.org/journal/PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=41152

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