Mathematical Physics


Eternal Rotational Dark Torus Suggests Visible Big Bang in the Double Torus Universe.

Authors: Dan Visser

‘Spatial dark matter’ and ‘two refined time-clocks smaller than the Planck-time’ cause a CMB-dipole and concentric circles in the CMB of the universe. This proves a Double Torus Universe. Hence the universe did not start with a Big Bang. These characteristics are derived, analyzed, explained in my articles of the Double Torus Theory (DTT) and proved by current lab-experiments and astronomical observations. Furthermore three levels of accelerations are derived, which prove several dimensional characteristics, such as the accelerated space expansion in Big Bang cosmology is due to rotation of the Double Torus, or such as dimensions that show dark matter is not a mass-particle like a ‘wimp’. However, the heart of the DTT is the use of ‘time smaller than the Planck-time’ (sub-quantum-time). This is the power for events beyond quantum-gravitation, which makes events visible for just 4.45%. The rest seems to remain dark, but eventually involves in the sub-quantum-dynamics of the universe. I also give a related derivation, which uses the ‘Gaussian mathematical expression’ for accelerations related to gravitation in the DTT, instead of using the Gaussian only for CMB-temperature-variations. Thereby I introduced a new ‘duonistic-parameter’ (b=0, b=1, b=2), which describes how entangled ‘duonistic neutrinos’ involve in three levels of acceleration. These ‘duonistic neutrinos’ represent space. The acceleration-levels relate to a Newton-constant (G) for G’ < G or G=0, or G”> G or G=1. The acceleration-levels performed are: An acceleration-level for CMB-dark flow and CMB-concentric circles per (±i±1)G, an acceleration-level for spatial dark flow on mass per ±G and an acceleration-level for the torus-rotation of the universe per ±G^2.

Comments: 11 Pages. I hope for attention in the vixra-blog and science-magazines.

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[v1] 2014-05-24 12:54:16
[v2] 2014-05-28 07:52:03

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