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Deeper Properties Through Dark and Visible-Matter in a New Cosmological Twin-Tori Model (TTM).

Authors: Dan Visser

A new cosmological model, named the Twin-Tori Model (TTM)[1], postulates a dark energy force Fde , which empowers the dynamic of a lower order universe, well known as the big bang. In this paper I introduce the 1st derivative F'de of this dark energy force to reveal deeper properties of the TTM, such as: why quantummechanics exists in the big bang, why dark matter and visible matter are equally responsible for gravity in galaxies for 1/4 of the density of dark matter at a specific length, why the big bang universe is recalculated by subquantumlevel-information below the Plancklength, and why the impression of space-expansion is due to the higher order cosmological model TTM.

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[v1] 7 Oct 2010
[v2] 1 Jun 2011

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