Mathematical Physics


The Planck-boundary Doesn't Exist

Authors: Dan Visser

My new universe-model, the RTHU, describes the holographical phase as an origin of a Big Bang-universe. This phase is wider acknowledged to exist, but the lay-out of it is nowhere described. In several of my articles I do describe that lay-out by crumbling the Planck-scale and locate it in the world of time smaller than Planck-time and duo-bits. I call that the RTHU, a new universe model. Thereby the after-glow of the Big Bang, the CMB, is no longer considered as the afterglow of the origin of the Big Bang, but considered as separate CMB-system in the RTHU, just like a galaxy or the Sun is. This opens the possibility possible to show the connection with proton-proton-reactions in the Sun, as well as neutrino-neutrino-reactions in galaxies and even duo-bits-reactions in that CMB-system. All are related to the principals of the RTHU, which means duo-bits are the building-stones of the holographical phase and vacuum-energy is variable instead of constant. In order to prove these proclamations the pure exact mass of the Big Bang-universe is needed, however, rather generated by an emergent Big Bang-universe from the RTHU than calculated by its age. In this article I did so. The mass of the emergent Big Bang-universe is 4.5334x10^53 kg instead of 5.68 x 10^53 kg published in lots of different other books or articles. Only in this way a cognitive connection with a holographical origin of the universe is proved in general.

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