Relativity and Cosmology

   

Atom, Fine Structure Ratio and the Universe

Authors: U.V.S. Seshavatharam, S. Lakshminarayana

In modern cosmology, the shape of the universe is flat. In between the closed space and at space, there is one compromise. That is `Hubble volume'. Note that Hubble volume is only a theoretical and spherical expanding volume and is virtual. From Hubble volume one can estimate the Hubble mass. By coupling the Hubble mass with the Mach's principle, one can understand the origin of cosmic and atomic physical parameters. Considering the Mach's principle and the Hubble mass, in this paper an attempt is made to understand the origin of the strong and electromagnetic interactions.

Comments: Accepted for online publication in IOSR journals. Please sponsor the page charges ( 3200 INR ).

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