New Outlook on Ultimate Theory

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Sylwester Kornowski in Szczecin, Poland

74 months ago

Copyright © 2008 by Sylwester Kornowski

Below I present totally new outlook on ultimate theory. It is based on 4 possible phase transitions of my spacetime (these phase transitions are defined by new physical constant) and on the Titius-Bode law for strong interactions resulting from symmetrical decays of the virtual eta mesons.*

Whole nature is granulated so also spacetime should be.
Spacetime it is ideal gas composed of granules/balls (radius is about 10^-64 m) built of eternal continuous substance. The granules are moving with superluminal speeds so they are the tachyons. The eternal motions of the tachyons define the radius of tachyons and lead to the Principle of Relativity. For interactions lasting longer than the Planck time, particles ‘see’ such spacetime as continuous spacetime.
In such spacetime are created only identical right- or left-handed closed strings (radius is about 10^-45 m). Mass of a particle is defined by number of such strings the particle is built of (it also concern the relativistic mass). The internal helicity of the closed string transforms the chaotic motions of tachyons into divergent field. The divergently moving tachyons create negative pressure in spacetime – the negative pressure leads to the attractive gravitational force.
Neutrinos are built of the closed strings (radius of neutrino is about 10^-35 m). From neutrinos are created binary systems of neutrinos which also are moving with the speed ‘c’ – it is because distance between bound neutrinos is 2(pi)/3 times greater than external radius of neutrino so spacetime ‘sees’ the neutrinos as independently moving particles. Spins of almost all binary systems of neutrinos do not rotate because the tachyons want to equalize the linear and rotational kinetic energy of them associated with their inertial mass which is directly proportional to volume of tachyon.
Photons they are the excitations of the field composed of the binary systems of neutri

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