# Prashant Chauhan

Prashant Chauhan

Master of Technology

Working on introducing kaushal constant/gravity to Standard Model

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Introduction

Engineer and self-made Physicist

Additional affiliations

Education

August 2020 - December 2021

September 2017 - November 2017

**University of Glasgow**

Field of study

- Theoretical Physics

July 2016 - July 2017

## Publications

Publications (11)

Among all number series, prime number series is most mysterious. Even after years of work, this series never fail to amaze us. Another amazing fact is realized and reciprocated with this research is that any three consecutive prime numbers can be reduced to the first prime number present in the series. Also, using this limiting function a question...

Gravity and space-time are related because gravity, or more precisely, a gravitational wave, is the only possibility for empty space around a mass, and empty space is accountable for an object's mass. Although a gravitational wave is a ripple in space-time, it is also true that space-time is the outcome of a web of gravitational waves, therefore it...

Gravity and space-time are relative to each other because gravity or more precisely a gravitational wave is the only candidate responsible for empty-space around a mass and empty-space is the only candidate responsible for the mass of an object. It is true that a gravitational wave is a ripple in space-time but space-time is a result of a web of gr...

Light always travels in a straight line. It is our consciousness that makes it to bend around a mass as predicted by general relativity. Based on a hypothesis, the angle of consciousness has been derived. Paper is also an indirect proof of author’s theory of special connectivity.

An experiment has been proposed to verify the theory of special connectivity. According to this theory, every mass has a web of gravitational waves around it whose smallest element is kaushal constant. According to our convention, static mass has a positive charged web of GWs around it and moving mass has a negative charged web of GWs around it. As...

The theory of special connectivity has proposed a new theory for gravity in terms of Kaushal constant. The paper shows the effect of this constant on the branch of electronics. Fundamental frequency of vibration has been calculated. Also, Values of charge, current, voltage, capacitance and inductance have been derived.

The theory of special connectivity has been mathematically verified with the help of probability. With an example of tossing a coin, how consciousness manipulates probability has been discussed. Paper is based on a fact that the observer influences the observed. .

The theory of special connectivity [1] has been mathematically verified with the help of probability. With an example of tossing a coin, how consciousness manipulates probability has been discussed. Paper is based on a fact that the observer influences the observed. .

Gravitational waves are also known as shadows. Each shadow has three parts which are there due to three gravitational waves traveling in three different directions.

An intuitive way of performing young’s double slit experiment have been proposed which can mark an end to the long-lasting debate of wave-particle duality. Insights related to it have been derived from the understanding of nature which include a hypothesis. Observer effect went obsolete and observed result matches with classical physics results.

Energy of gravitational waves is always quantized in a form of its angular momentum. Based on a hypothesis, a variable K, Kaushal constant is introduced as it is constant for a given mass. Using this K, the speed of gravitational waves travelling in mass and in space-time was derived respectively. A loophole based on a hypothesis was used in derivi...