mihvr

Hello,

My opinion about our Universe is presented in the short article "One way to explain the Universe" from searchwarp.com

Quotation:

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The creation and evolution of our Universe, including its accelerated expansion, can be explained through the following logical reasoning:

The photons, resulted after Big Bang, each of them having a kind of "graviton" with it (in other words, the smallest gravity unit being associated with a photon), have started to join each other, when they were "close enough" to each other, so that the smallest elementary particle can be considered the one formed by joining two photons, which were "close enough" to "connect" each other.

Next, this first elementary particle, was coming in contact with other photon and formed the second type of elementary particle, also two first elementary particles joined together have formed the third type of elementary particle and so on ... in time ... all the today's known elementary particles have been formed.

Therefore, by forming the particles of matter as mentioned above, the resultant of the joined "smallest gravity units", around each particle, have generated the gravity as we know it today (more elementary particles are in a celestial body, bigger/stronger gravity field is around it).

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As a conclusion, all forces known in our Universe (including all forms of matter manifestations) are results of these elementary particles behavior/interactions, function of their type (how many photons are containing), their rotation around themselves (including their gravitational field rotation in the same sense) and their position in space (how close they are one from each other), having the initial moving, given by the Big Bang, influenced (changed) continuously.

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The accelerated expansion of the Universe can be due to the "gravitational glue" becoming weaker while the distances between galaxies increase, and some possible huge black holes from other "close enough" Universes around our Universe, attract the matter from the margins (along the borders) of our Universe (therefore we may not need any "dark energy" to explain the accelerated expansion of our Universe, like the today's astrophysicists are supposing).

The ending of each Universe can be a huge black hole, which, if its mass is big enough, in time may produce a new Big Bang, giving birth in this way to a new Universe.

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One of the most important results from my theory is that any subatomic particle has its own gravity field, rotating at very high speed in the same sense with the particle’s rotation, so that ALL other forces/interactions, electromagnetism, strong interaction and weak interaction, are generated by these high speed rotating gravity fields interactions (obtaining the "Grand Unified Theory" or the so called "Theory of Everything").

As I have explained into my article, function of the rotation sense and the distances between particles, they can be attracted one to each other (in a quite similar way with the celestial bodies attraction) until a specific distance, or they are repelling each other, when their gravity fields are interacting from opposite directions (the same charges particles case).

That is why the Coulomb's law, which describes the interaction of electric charges, is similar to Newton's law of universal gravitation.

I am using the comparison with tornadoes (or hurricanes) for these high speed rotating gravitational fields around particles (bigger/stronger or smaller/weaker function of how many photons have each particle), to better describe their interactions.

Sincerely yours,

Mihail Vrapcea

My opinion about our Universe is presented in the short article "One way to explain the Universe" from searchwarp.com

Quotation:

<<<

The creation and evolution of our Universe, including its accelerated expansion, can be explained through the following logical reasoning:

The photons, resulted after Big Bang, each of them having a kind of "graviton" with it (in other words, the smallest gravity unit being associated with a photon), have started to join each other, when they were "close enough" to each other, so that the smallest elementary particle can be considered the one formed by joining two photons, which were "close enough" to "connect" each other.

Next, this first elementary particle, was coming in contact with other photon and formed the second type of elementary particle, also two first elementary particles joined together have formed the third type of elementary particle and so on ... in time ... all the today's known elementary particles have been formed.

Therefore, by forming the particles of matter as mentioned above, the resultant of the joined "smallest gravity units", around each particle, have generated the gravity as we know it today (more elementary particles are in a celestial body, bigger/stronger gravity field is around it).

[...]

As a conclusion, all forces known in our Universe (including all forms of matter manifestations) are results of these elementary particles behavior/interactions, function of their type (how many photons are containing), their rotation around themselves (including their gravitational field rotation in the same sense) and their position in space (how close they are one from each other), having the initial moving, given by the Big Bang, influenced (changed) continuously.

[...]

The accelerated expansion of the Universe can be due to the "gravitational glue" becoming weaker while the distances between galaxies increase, and some possible huge black holes from other "close enough" Universes around our Universe, attract the matter from the margins (along the borders) of our Universe (therefore we may not need any "dark energy" to explain the accelerated expansion of our Universe, like the today's astrophysicists are supposing).

The ending of each Universe can be a huge black hole, which, if its mass is big enough, in time may produce a new Big Bang, giving birth in this way to a new Universe.

>>>

One of the most important results from my theory is that any subatomic particle has its own gravity field, rotating at very high speed in the same sense with the particle’s rotation, so that ALL other forces/interactions, electromagnetism, strong interaction and weak interaction, are generated by these high speed rotating gravity fields interactions (obtaining the "Grand Unified Theory" or the so called "Theory of Everything").

As I have explained into my article, function of the rotation sense and the distances between particles, they can be attracted one to each other (in a quite similar way with the celestial bodies attraction) until a specific distance, or they are repelling each other, when their gravity fields are interacting from opposite directions (the same charges particles case).

That is why the Coulomb's law, which describes the interaction of electric charges, is similar to Newton's law of universal gravitation.

I am using the comparison with tornadoes (or hurricanes) for these high speed rotating gravitational fields around particles (bigger/stronger or smaller/weaker function of how many photons have each particle), to better describe their interactions.

Sincerely yours,

Mihail Vrapcea