**BOOK OF ABSTRACTS**

**19**^{TH}
International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation

**Session A1**

**Exact Solutions and
their Interpretation**

**(Page 18)**

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**5-9 July, 2010
Mexico City**

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**36. The Nature of
Gravitation: a New Insight**

George Shpenkov

FIRMUS.
g.shpenkov@firmus.mc

For the first
time we have analyzed one of the particular solutions of the wave equation that
has never been under discussion. As turned out these solutions imply many
important consequences. In particular, first, gravitational fields, just like
electromagnetic, are longitudinal-transversal wave fields. Second, it was found
that an elementary particle is a spherical dynamic formation of infinitely
small and infinitely big in size in the sense that it is both a micro- and
mega-object of the Universe (i.e., extremely small and extremely large at the
same time) pulsing at two fundamental frequencies simultaneously. Third, its
interactions with environment and other particles (gravitational,
electromagnetic, and strong) are subject to a uniform fundamental law of
exchange (interaction). The first fundamental (innate) frequency of pulsing a
particle responsible for its electromagnetic and strong interaction is equal to
1.869162505×10^{18} s^{-1};
the second fundamental (innate) frequency of pulsing a particle
responsible for its gravitational interaction is equal to 9.15814×10^{-4} s^{-1}.

PowerPoint presentation prepared for the

19^{th} International Conference on General
Relativity and Gravitation

(**A1-36-GR19-2010.pdf** )