Quantum Physics


A Cold Genesis Theory of Fields and Particles

Authors: Marius Arghirescu

The book argues the possibility of cold genesis of particles and of fundamental fields through a phenomenological approach using the concept of sub-quantum fluid, the theory explaining the elementary particle and the fundamental fields cold genesis with ideal unitary pre-quantum particle’ models of simple or composite chiral soliton type, formed at T→0K from confined “dark energy” in a cascade vortex process, according to the ideal fluids mechanics applied to the particle soliton vortex, in the Protouniverse’ period, by primordial gravstars. The exponential form of the nuclear potential is theoretically found through a nucleon model of degenerate electrons and an Eulerian expression, as being generated by the vortexial dynamic pressure inside the nucleonic quantum volume. The weak force is explained by a dynamid model of neutron with intrinsic vibration and the particle disintegration are explained as a result of intrinsic vibration of quarks formed as cluster of quasi-electrons. For a phenomenologic model of cosmic expansion, by the dependency of the G- gravitation constant of the etheronic local density, the physical cause of the cosmic expansion results as a force of pressure difference of etheronic winds coming from the ultrahot stellary structures having an antigravitic charge given by destroyed particles, the speed of expansion resulting with a semi-sinusoidal variation. The primordial cold genesis of particles and fields results by a gravistar model with self-growing property formed by the primordial “dark energy” and superdense gravistaric seeds. The theory can explain also the tachyonic neutrins observed in the OPERA experiment and some known magneto-electric and magneto-mechanic effects .

Comments: 108 Pages. Book: "The Cold Genesis", ISBN: 978-973-1886-57-2, Ed. S.C. INVEL Multimedia S.R.L., Bucharest, 2011

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[v1] 12 Apr 2011
[v2] 15 Apr 2011
[v3] 2012-02-21 02:11:55

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