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The Light during Gravitational Super-Compressibility

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The interaction of electromagnetic and gravitational fields and gravitational super-compressibility were investigated experimentally. Dynamic emitter provides conditions for the generation of eigenfunctions with eigenvalues for the various fields, including: acoustic, gravitational and electromagnetic. We observe the gravitational waves in gas flowing from the dynamic emitter and their interaction with electromagnetic waves. The gravitational field energy was decreasing when electromagnetic field was emitted through the excitation of condensed medium. The direction of maximum change of the emitted energy of excited medium was strongly opposed to gravity vector at that point. The frequency of radiation against the gravity vector in given point of space exceeded radiation frequency of same source in opposite direction.

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K. Khasanov, "The Light during Gravitational Super-Compressibility," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 4 No. 4, 2013, pp. 468-473. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2013.44066.

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