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The Gravitational Exchange Tachyon (GET)

If, for any function F , we can define derivatives with respect to x , so that

F(x) = f'(x) = df(x) / d(x) , then, for functions f and F , we can give a definite integral between positive and negative infinity, for the variable x , equal to the sum of the integrals that take negative and positive infinity separately.

If we let x be the time t , then the positive integral can be used for studying bradyons, with positive time, and the negative for tachyons, with negative time.

And imposing exclusivity on the two time integrals, to remove absolute-zero and infinite-velocity solutions, pertinent parameters corresponding to each type of particle (bradyons, photons, and tachyons) are rendered empirical.

That said, the functional operator a , used to impose Einsteinian relativity on an object of rest-mass m , is given as a function of the ratio between the velocity...

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