Comments on the Nobel Prize Awarded to Roger Penrose

Volume 6, Issue 5, October 2021     |     PP. 145-153      |     PDF (202 K)    |     Pub. Date: October 24, 2021
DOI: 10.54647/physics14343    80 Downloads     2403 Views  

Author(s)

C. Y. Lo, Applied and Pure Research Institute, 15 Walnut Hill Rd., Amherst, NH 03031

Abstract
The Nobel Prize Committee for Physics awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize to Roger Penrose, Reinhard Genzel, and Andrea Ghez for their discoveries about the black holes. Genzel and Ghez discovered that an invisible and extremely heavy object governs the orbits of stars at the centre of our galaxy. However, Penrose's work is outdated because gravity is no longer always attractive since repulsive gravity was discovered in 1997 and subsequently confirmed by experiments. Thus, repulsive gravitation does exist, and Einstein, Newton, Galileo and Maxwell are incorrect. Relativists, including Einstein, are often carelessly overlooked simple, but subtle theoretical errors such as E = mc2. Since gravity was not always attractive, it is necessary to rejustify whether black hole really exist, in spite of the existence of repulsive gravitation. Moreover, repulsive gravitation force would necessary extend general relativity to a five-dimensional theory, which is beyond the understanding of Penrose and the Nobel Committee. In conclusion, the award of a Nobel Prize to Penrose is really groundless since there is no clear evidence for the existence of the black holes.

Keywords
current-mass interaction; charge-mass interaction; repulsive gravitation; E = mc2

Cite this paper
C. Y. Lo, Comments on the Nobel Prize Awarded to Roger Penrose , SCIREA Journal of Physics. Volume 6, Issue 5, October 2021 | PP. 145-153. 10.54647/physics14343

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