Late professor Jose Ramon Miranda Gonzalez made a fruitful career, mostly at the Doctor Antonio Nuñez Jimenez higher mining institute in the Cuban city of Moa. There, he took students to the fantastic world of knowledge thru research, as his bright mind planted approaches that not many could think of in that jurisdiction of Holguin province.
Science keeps bringing light and men like professor Miranda who revived as we heard of the exciting news about Einstein's prediction of the gravitation waves. I right away thought of professor Miranda and his gravitons.
They of course talks of waves, and isn't it that those waves are made up of those corpuscles he called gravitons?
I lived again the days he talked of his theory on such a field, and that he did it in Moa!, so far from Havana, starting observation, with no tools, no equipments or material resources, and practically with no institutional support.
I would like that his amazing conclusions finally called experts' attention on the existence and relevance of professor Miranda's approach.
The truth is that he recognized Bernhard Riemann Theory, which he considered closer to reality to Einstein's space-time.
Professor Miranda believed that the gravitational waves should be corpuscles, as showed by light duality.
It is in fact, a homogeneous flow that moves in the space and all directions, in which the bodies play the role of gravitational screening of energies coming from the space; for him, the waves and corpuscles (Gravitons) that move around all the directions of the sources of energy, which also includes the gravitational ones.
Professor Miranda used to say that as they are all together included, they in fact make the Universal Gravitation emerge, but that it was to be seen from the scope of repulsion of a chaotic movement in given point of the space towards that of gravitational stability, thus dissipating until the edge of the "natural or normal thing."
For that reason, they should recognize his great theoretical contribution that Universal Gravitation is not attraction, but repulsion, versus the screening of the stellar bodies produced into the smaller ones around them, and the corresponding drop down to the center of the body with larger density.
For that reason Professor Miranda used to say that it gives you the impression it is attraction, but it is indeed repulsion in the space; what is seen in the escapes of the galaxies, but in the meantime those corpuscles or waves, he called Gravitons, reach us to make us gravitate and weigh.
That is the reality which cosmology is based on, he used to say, and asserted that the Law of Universal Gravitation is a fake concept of the world, despite it is well determined from the mathematical viewpoint.
But contrary to facts, its sense from the conception of Physics: "there's no attraction, but repulsion for any of the directions of those waves and particles."
A good example of his studies is seen in "Las Mareas" (The Tides): "If Gravitational waves exist, then the Gravitons exist."
The studies Professor Miranda made for 40 years is condensed in a modest boolket titled "Fenomenos fisicos de trascendencia universal y Fundamentos de sus reinterpretaciones" (Physical Phenomena of Universal Transcendence and Foundations of its Reinterpretations), yet unpublished.