## The Everlasting Theory and Special Number Theory

**Authors:** Sylwester Kornowski

The Everlasting Theory is the lacking part of the ultimate theory and is free from singularities and infinities. The two long-distance interactions lead to two parallel spacetimes i.e. the Newtonian (NS) and Einstein’s (ES). Due to the inflation, the NS must consist of tachyons. The saturation of interactions of the tachyons leads to the phase transitions of the NS. The succeeding phase transition lead to the closed strings the neutrinos consist of, to ES, cores of baryons and the cosmic objects, the protoworlds, after the era of inflation. The symmetrical decays of the bosons in very high temperatures, lead to the Titius-Bode law for the strong interactions and for the gravitational black holes. There appears the atom-like structure of baryons. On base of these two phenomena and the 7 parameters only, I calculated several hundred theoretical results (physical constants as well) consistent or very close to experimental data. The nature on its lowest levels once again behaves classically. The Kasner solution for the flat anisotropic model (1921) is the foundations of the Quantum Gravity and the Quantum Theory of Fields. The Quantum Gravity was valid in the era of inflation only. The scales in the Kasner solution lead to the phase transitions of the NS and to the transition of the Protoworld into neutrino which caused the exit of the early Universe from the black-hole state. The phase transitions are the foundations of the modified/useful string/M theory. The ultimate theory must contain non-perturbative and perturbative theories. Perturbation theories concern the loop states whereas the non-perturbative theories concern the fermion states so we cannot neglect the structure of bare fermions (torus and ball in its centre). There are black holes in respect of the weak, strong and gravitational interactions. Their masses are quantized so they emit the surplus energy.

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[v1] 2012-03-06 13:52:33

[v2] 2012-12-03 03:04:20

[v3] 2014-03-14 03:33:02

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