The exact formula for the Universe mass


  • N. Zhuck


common relativistic theory, principle of equivalence, inert mass, gravitational mass, Yukawa potential, Mach principle


It has been shown that the Einstein equations with the cosmological constant describe only plane (with Euclid geometry) and static Universe. They have been transformed into field form and simplified with such conditions. The solution of these equations has been found in the form of Yukawa potential, which includes a constant, that has been called ‘radius of the gravitational interactions’. According to the constant it has been defined the concept of the sphere of the material body gravitational interactions with the Universe. It is shown, that this sphere changes its position in the space if the body gathers speed or brakes. It is accompanying with the changing of the energy of the gravitational links of the body with the Universe. On definition of the character and value of these changes it has been proved the identity of inert and gravitational mass according to the Mach principle.


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Zhuck, N. (2001). The exact formula for the Universe mass. Physics of Consciousness and Life, Cosmology and Astrophysics, 1(3), 51–59. Retrieved from




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