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On the Validity of the Newly Proposed Bivergentum Mechanics: One Ready-for-Long Evidence and Two Intriguing Predictions

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As an outcome and an extension of the research works on nanoheterstructure optoelectronics, a new theory called “bivergentum mechanics” has been proposed with the full cosmic scope and the feature of super low speed relativity. In this paper, a quite convincing evidence of the validity of the theory, realized quite recently and referring to a centuries long well known fact, i.e. the “largeness” of the stiction comparing with the sliding friction, is described. The revelation is the intrinsic or insightful causal interpretation of the fact. Meanwhile, two intriguing predictions, i.e. the existence of the difference between the accelerative mass and the decelerative mass and the symighton effect in the causation of the spontaneous emission, have also been made. They might lead to some new evidences of the validity of the new theory in future.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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