(Papers From 2010)
(Papers From 2009)
It has been widely reported that LIGO discovered Gravitational Waves in 2015.
My paper on Gravitons & Gravitational Radiation predicted a frequency too low to be detected,
so LIGO has proven that they detected a frequency well above the number in the paper.
LIGO has also detected a second encounter with Gravitational Waves, reported in 2016.


The original scientific work on my extension of relativity was done by me in 1972. I became the first person to define the structure of a photon and to adequately calculate its mass. This solution would lead me to develope an entirely new scientific platform with 21 sets of new equations, able to answer questions current science cannot. I get the correct answers for known science, such as momentum of a photon, and I gain answers unable to be gained by current science. It is testable and provable, with physical experiments, and it is validated de facto when I can apply the principles across the board to relativity, quantum mechanics, nuclear energy, astrophysics, optics and other areas of science. In 2008, I applied the principles I originated in 1972 to solve the solar neutrino problem, defining a new equation which effectively works. I also did work on gravitational fields in 2008, again using the same principles. In 2009, I wrote a paper on the distance between 2 stars. In 2010, I examined redshift in photon propagation. 
Neutrino Units, Neutrino Transformations, Momenta This paper will attempt to explain the solar neutrino problem by way of neutrino structure. In other words, the structure of the neutrino and its journey to Earth will be examined, thereby viewing the reasons that we have a deficiency in the number of electron neutrinos detected at Sudbury (SNO). What this work states explicitly is that if our sun produces only electron neutrinos, the odds are that fewer electron neutrinos will be detected than were originally produced. That, of course, is the actual reality, so the predicted results will match the recorded results in kind. There are roughly 1 x 10^{8} neutrinos per cubic meter of space. Of this amount there are a certain amount of electron neutrinos, muon neutrinos and tau neutrinos. This is referred to as a population distribution, and 4 different population distributions will be reviewed by this study. The solar neutrino problem is therefore solved by producing an equation as the Ideal Neutrino Law, which predicts correctly the amount of electron neutrinos surviving the journey from the sun to the Earth, regardless of the population distribution. Mr. J.V. Presogna 
Gravitons & Gravitational Radiation Furthermore, this paper proposes that a graviton must exist in 2 states if it is to satisfy the requirements of being able to both sustain a gravitational field and also be radiated: 1) Two gravitons exist as a graviton pair, where a pair will anchor a standing wave and produce the gravitational field around an object, and 2) A single graviton may exist only when it has been separated from the field and radiates as a globular entity in gravitational radiation. Specifically, indirect evidence of gravitational waves may be demonstrated in a binary system, which has already been done, but no detection of any passing gravitational waves should be able to be demonstrated by any distant observer for the following reasons: 1) The frequencies of gravitational radiation are predicted below 1.0 Hertz, with the largest in the area of 10^{5} Hertz, forming a graph much like the graph of black box radiation, and 2) The probability of gravitons forming a cohesive wave of similar frequency is extremely small, whereby radiated gravitons breaking away from the graviton pair will break away randomly. Additionally, the actual gravity sustained in the gravitational field may have the effect of reducing the frequency of the gravitational radiation if the gravity of the heavenly body is strong enough. The definition of a graviton presented herein will demonstrate why gravity itself is not a serious consideration in quantum mechanics, although there will be a demonstration of gravitational radiation from a quantum level with low frequency. This paper will examine the problem of gravitons through my extension of relativity platform (1972). Although this paper will reach essentially the same conclusion that Albert Einstein did in his predictions concerning loss of energy in a system through radiation of gravitons, such as a binary star system, the actual definition and structure of a graviton itself, and the gravitational field, will be different. This paper will conclude that although the energy lost in a system can be measured and accounted for, as well as predicted, the prospect of detecting such gravitational radiation across spacetime in a gravitational wave is limited by nature itself. It will not be detected by any distant observer. Mr. J.V. Presogna 