Authors: Nikiforos A. Sideris
The first Edition of this work was published as a book in English under the title "THE FIRST 10-35 SECONDS" (ISBN: 960-630-425-6) in Athens on 2005. The circulation of this book however was restricted mainly in the little community of the Greek physicists. Thanks to the very smart development of the viXra.org. I considered that it would be good to present it to the wide International Physics Community in electronic form since the ideas and findings from my work bring new information in the sectors of Elementary Particle Physics and in Cosmology. Some of these new results are based on other works of mine that have already been published mainly in the international journal Physics Essays and also in my new book published in Greek under the title "The Machinary of Newtonian Gravitation and the fallacies of General Relativity" (ISBN: 978-960-8160-49-1). I hope that for many physicists will be useful to be informed that to many as yet unsolved problems of physics, this presentation will give answers that may be discussed. I thank in advance and I congratulate the viXra. organization for their contribution to transfer to the physics community new ideas that perhaps, to my opinion, will bring a little restlessness to some of the top leading minds of the contemporary physics. Perhaps this is one of the reasons that new ideas are prevented to be exposed by some of the top journals on physics. But the ancient Greeks had a proverb: Nothing can be hidden under the Sun.
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