Relativity and Cosmology


Views on Universe Unification Theory Considering Atomic Nucleus Contraction

Authors: Shinsuke Yamamoto

Gravity is equivalent to energy and invariably produces energy with time. As a result, mass, which is equivalent to energy, also increases. To understand the increase in mass, we must ensure that space transforms into mass through gravity. It should also be noted that mass inversely changes into space through nuclear fusion. Solar wind and comet orbits are the evidence for this. That is, gravity creates atoms from space. A tentative theory is proposed on a mechanism of how gravity produces atoms from space. Through this mechanism, mass is accompanied by a gravity wave that elongates gravity and space. Furthermore, it becomes clear that atomic oscillation is a time wave, which is the sole energy of space. This means that both gravity and time waves are space waves. It should be noted that the difference in space densities produces relative time fluctuation, as evidenced by the speed reduction of artificial astronomical objects escaping the solar system and the reduction of the rotating speed of fixed stars at the inner periphery of the Galaxy. Therefore, we can view the universe in an integral way only through a theory which suggests that space changes into mass through gravity. Time, space, mass, and energy are all equivalent and increasing, and our universe is always developing. It can be argued that this can bring the unification of cosmological theories.

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[v1] 28 Jan 2010

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