Relativity and Cosmology

   

On the Fractal Nature of the Universe

Authors: Christopher A. Laforet

The Universe is currently thought to be governed by four fundamental forces: Gravity, electromagnetism, strong nuclear, and weak nuclear. These forces are currently described using two incompatible theories: Quantum Mechanics, which describes the electromagnetic, strong, and weak forces, and General Relativity, which describes gravity. These theories are incompatible due to the fact that the model of gravity from General Relativity falls apart on the sub-atomic scales which Quantum Mechanics describes. This paper describes a mechanism for a repulsive force which is based on the Doppler effect of Special Relativity in which geodesics of Space-time have wavelike properties. Aside from the fundamental forces, the second law of Thermodynamics, expansion of the Universe, dark matter, and the results of the double slit experiment from quantum mechanics are examined in the context of this repulsive force. Furthermore, the Newtonian law of universal gravitation is shown to follow from the theory for near-earth low speed conditions, and the nature of the magnetic field is shown to be the result of the ordered motion of high-speed bodies (with no requirement for a separate electric charge property). The orbital structure of the atom is discussed and explained using this new model. Finally, the Universe is shown to have a fractal nature as a result of this model.

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[v1] 2012-04-04 06:40:22
[v2] 2012-04-04 12:08:05
[v3] 2012-04-04 17:27:59
[v4] 2012-04-11 13:33:07

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