Maxwll's Fifth

‘The Planck Potential’ / ’Maxwell’s Fifth’

When a curvilinear path is traversed by a point mass, the distance traveled is treated as the sum of differential lengths. Differential lengths are permitted to approach zero in the limit for both Newton’s and Einstein’s path modeling. However, when a space contains a finite grain, such as the Planck length, then curvilinear paths are traversed more rapidly than their kinetic energy would imply. Total energy values can be reconciled by introducing a Planck potential defined by the grain and radius of curvature associated with the path.

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For a more detailed mathematical discussion about the Planck potential and Maxwell's Fifth - see this link:
A Non-Newtonian Chord Potential in Discrete Kinetic Fluids


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