Relativity and Cosmology

   

Helical CMBR Asymmetry, Pre Big 'Bang' State, Dark Matter and the Axis of Evil, The Architecture of the Universes

Authors: Peter A. Jackson

We describe a solution to Cosmic Microwave background Radiation (CMBR) quadrupolar asymmetry and anisotropy, predicted by the discrete field model (DFM) described in earlier papers, and explain how it could have taken it's spiral, or, we predict; 'helical' form. Also explaining the so called 'axis of evil', and the big bang, (or more appropriately big 'whoosh'), and implied pre big bang conditions. We provide logical and photographic evidence. Apparent 'magic bullet' properties of the DFM and are found as part of a falsification exercise which has recently also provided a new galactic secular evolutionary sequence. We explore how the model unites Relativity with a Quantum mechanism, using the postulates of Special Relativity (SR) but applies conceptual refinement to one assumption for a better fit to observation and improved understanding, giving it a basis precisely equivalent to General relativity (GR) and better defining Quantum mechanics. We find a 3rd way, with fields but no absolute frame, with no new physics or maths but using a different way of thinking, as anticipated necessary by Einstein and Bragg. This is an interim report pending consideration of further fuller papers, which will be followed up here.

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[v1] 10 Feb 2011
[v2] 12 Feb 2011
[v3] 3 May 2011

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