Authors: Dan Visser
This paper describes how experimentally detected Majorana-particles fit a new cosmological theory. This theory is called the rotating Double Torus Theory (DTT). It is extensively described by a cascade of articles, which are published in the vixra-archive by the author. However, although Majorana-particles will contribute very likely to the development of stable quantum-computers in the near future, they also can be implemented in this new cosmological theory. This introduces a completely new aspect of cosmology, and despite how hard it is to get acknowledgement for the DTT, it also might contribute to the understanding of evidence that is already available for the rotation of the new universe. This paper also explains why the match of the Majorana matter-force and the DTT, leads to a principle of an anti-gravitational machine based on the control of the combination Majorana-DTT-dynamics.
Comments: 7 Pages.
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