## The Scale-Symmetric Physics

**Authors:** Sylwester Kornowski

The Scale-Symmetric Theory (S-ST) is the lacking part of the ultimate theory and is free from singularities and infinities. There are the two long-distance interactions. This suggests that there are two parallel spacetimes i.e. the Newtonian-spacetime/modified-Higgs-field directly associated with gravity, and the luminal Einstein spacetime directly associated with quantum physics. The very different properties of these two spacetimes cause that unification of gravity and quantum physics within the same methods is impossible. The succeeding phase transitions of the modified Higgs field lead to different symmetrical scales in physics i.e. to the quantum-entanglement scale, Planck scale, quantum-physics scale and cosmological scale. The symmetry of the scales follows from the fact that in the three last scales there appear torus with condensate in its center (sizes and masses of the tori are different). The symmetrical decays of bosons lead to the atom-like structure of baryons. Within S-ST, applying only seven initial parameters and three very simple initial formulae, we calculated hundreds quantities (the physical constants as well) which are consistent with experimental data and observational facts. For example, S-ST leads to rigorous mass, spin and two radii of protons whereas the new cosmology gives following abundances of matter and energy: baryonic matter 4.91%, dark matter 26.46% and dark energy 68.63%. Within S-ST we calculated the masses of quarks also. The mainstream theories are incomplete because they neglect internal structure of bare particles and they are partially incorrect because there appear the mathematical indeterminate forms.

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