Optical Memory and Neural Networks

, Volume 26, Issue 2, pp 150–156 | Cite as

Gravitation and radiation

  • Francis T. S. Yu


Gravitation is one of the most intriguing forces in space that govern all the interstellar spectacles motion in this universe. In this article we have shown there is a profound relationship between gravitational fields with respect to its converted energy. Since time is an inevitable element in every aspect of science; we have developed a partial differential equation from Einstein’s energy equation in which we show that gravitational field can be coupling with its diverging energy radiation. We have also shown that energy to mass conversion in principle is conceivable by means of energy convergent operation (i.e., in-flow) into a unit space. In fact this could have been happen by the eventuality of a black hole explosion, as remains to be observed.


electro-magnetic radiation differential form energy equation Einstein’s energy equation mass to energy conversion energy to mass conversion gravitational wave 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Penn State UniversityUniversity ParkUSA

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