Relativity and Cosmology


Simple Table of Forces and Energy States

Authors: John A. Gowan

This table may be read like an English paragraph. Row one recapitulates the the creation of matter in the "Big Bang". The universe begins with light, free electromagnetic energy - a perfectly symmetric form of energy. The role of gravity at this stage is to provide sufficient negative energy to counterbalance the positive energy of the "Creation Event", such that the cosmos is born from a state of zero net energy and charge. The intrinsic motion of light (which is the entropy drive of light) creates space, the expanding and cooling entropy/conservation domain of free energy. The interaction of high-energy light with the metric structure of spacetime creates virtual particle-antiparticle pairs of primordial leptoquarks (leptoquarks are primordial leptons broken into three subunits, the quarks). (See: "The Particle Table".) Symmetry is maintained so long as there are equal numbers of particles vs antiparticles. Row one ends with symmetrybreaking of the primordial leptoquark pairs and the production of single (matter) baryons and leptons by the action of the Higgs boson and the weak force Intermediate Vector Bosons (IVBs). (See: "Table of the Higgs Cascade".) (Although leptoquark particle-antiparticle pairs are produced in equal numbers, electrically neutral antimatter leptoquarks apparently decay at a slightly faster rate than their matter counterparts.) The sub-elementary quarks carry fractional charges necessary to the production of electrically neutral leptoquarks, allowing the neutrals to live long enough to undergo asymmetric weak force decays. These decays should also produce leptoquark neutrinos, which are "dark matter" candidates. (See: "The Origin of Matter and Information".)

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