Authors: Yingtao Yang
The relativity of electromotive space-time expanded the space-time conception of the special relativity, and go some important result, of them, there are net residual electric charges—a form of existence of energy, lenticular effect of electric potential, redshift effect of electric potential, etc. They are all closely related to astrophysics. Therefore, according to these new physical effects, the author put forward the assumption that there exist possibly great number of net residual electric charges in our universe, which is shorten as assumption of electric universe. On the basis of the assumption, new explanation has been given for important astrophysical phenomena in universe such as redshift, radiation of microwave background, redshift of quasar, dark matter and dark energy, etc. Some new astrophysical phenomena such as evaporation effect of mass—electric charges have been predicted. Experimental methods to verify the assumption have been also given. The paper deals with the preliminary application of the relativity of electromotive space-time in cosmology. Keywords: electric cosmos; assumption of electric universe；relativity of electromotive space-time; energy of net residual electric charges; redshift effect of electric potential；electric potential-cosmos redshift effect；lenticular effect of electric potential；evaporation effect of mass and electric charges；star of electric potential；dark matter；dark energy; telescope of electric potential
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