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Discrete Space-Time by Means of the Weyl-Dirac Theory

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A connection between the Weyl-Dirac theory and scale relativity theory through the hydrodynamic models (relativistic and non-relativistic approaches) is established. In such conjecture, considering that the motions of the microparticles take place on continuous but non-differentiable curves i.e. on fractals, a Weyl-Dirac type equation was found. Some correspondences with known hydrodynamic models, particularly Białynicki-Birula's approach, are analyzed. All these results reflect the fractal structure of the space-time (a concept in agreement with the new ideas on the space-time)
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2007-07
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2007-05-23
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2007-06-19
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  • Department of Physics, University of Athens, Athens 15771, Greece
  • Department of Physics, Technical "Gh. Asachi" University, Blvd. Mangeron no. 64, Iasi - 700029, Romania
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  • Department of Physics, Technical "Gh. Asachi" University, Blvd. Mangeron no. 64, Iasi - 700029, Romania
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  • Department of Physics, Technical "Gh. Asachi" University, Blvd. Mangeron no. 64, Iasi - 700029, Romania
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