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Relativistic Particle as Energy Source: Possible Solution to Global Energy Crisis

Relativistic Particle as Energy Source: Possible Solution to Global Energy Crisis

Abstract

Recently, the concept of variable speed of light (VSL) theory is getting lot of attention from the research community of physicists and engineers. The theory basically extends the existing theories in physics and engineering to the case where the speed of light is not assumed to be a constant.  There is  lot of  practical  significance  to this theory,  since in early 90‟s it is shown using experiments that speed of light  in fact slowly decreases over time, contrary to the existing belief that speed of light is constant. We have used this VSL theory in our recent works to prove mathematically that just by virtue of variable speed of light, a relativistic particle could be used to generate renewable energy which could solve the global energy crisis. This does not fall in the realms of nuclear reactions as there is no decrease of mass. On the other hand it  is  also  renewable sources of energy just like the solar energy, wind energy etc. Our current work is limited only to the mathematical proof of the existence of such an energy source, the exact technological solution to potentially tap this energy source is an extensive  topic of research which we wish to solve in the coming years.

Excerpts from the Paper
Our claim is that energy can be generated due to virtue of variable speed of light since that the other parameter "c" in the E = mc2 is actually itself inherently decreasing infinitesimally. This decrease in speed of light is the basis of VSL theory which had also been proved using measurements. The variable speed of light (VSL) concept states that the speed of light in a vacuum, usually denoted by c, may not be  constant in some cases.  It however does not contradict the well know theory, that nothing can travel faster than light. Also, it is usually thought that no meaning can be ascribed to a dimensional quantity such as the speed of light varying in time (as opposed to a  dimensionless number such as the  fine structure constant), in some controversial theories in cosmology, the speed of light also varies by changing the postulates of special relativity. This though would require a rewrite of much of modern physics, to replace the current system which depends on a constant "c‟ 

 

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