Relativity and Cosmology

   

A New Look at Relativity

Authors: Mohammad Bahrami, Mahdi Zareie, Davood Hashemian

We derived new relativity equations that not only described the related phenomena but also the origin of universe and its general evolution both at the cosmological and quantum scales. We found that there is a new relativity based on angular momentum in addition to special and general relativity. These equations also propose a cosmological model that explains the accelerating expansion of the universe and the nature of the dark energy. In this model, the creation of the universe consists of two stages of contraction and expansion, and the quantum world is present only at the stage of the universe expansion. At the stage of contraction, we encounter a shrinking universe, which ultimately generates a very great black hole. Due to its severe rotational motion, this black hole emits light and quantum black holes. The quantum black holes with the Planck mass immediately create fundamental particles. In contrast, the larger quantum black holes can be stable, acting as seeds for the formation of the galaxies. By the brightening of the universe, the light emitted from the very great black hole can travel longer distances and create the cosmic microwave background radiation. This model also shows that at the stage of the expansion of the universe, the receding velocity of the galaxies was first decelerating from the velocity approximating that of light reaching 0.7c and then increases at an acceleration rate.

Comments: 43 Pages. 6 Figures, 3 Tables, submitted to Foundations of Physics

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[v2] 2013-12-06 05:37:11

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