The Characterization of Gravitational Collapse as a Mass-Energy Phase Change

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Scientific Paper
Title The Characterization of Gravitational Collapse as a Mass-Energy Phase Change
Author(s) Robert J Heaston
Keywords gravity, mass-energy
Published 2004
Journal Proceedings of the NPA
Volume 1
Number 1
Pages 33-36

Abstract

The assumption is made that the transition of mass into energy, and vice versa, is a form of phase change.  Several concurrent characteristics and properties accompany this phase change.  Some of these characteristics are a theoretical basis for a strong-force law, an explanation for dark energy, and a specific reference frame that Einstein used.  The special theory and the general theory converge at the phase change.  The most surprising result of the phase-change model is that energy/light possesses a constant gravitational potential.  The derivations of these characteristics are all related mathematically in a common path sequence.