Relativity and Cosmology

   

Is the State of Low Energy Stable? Negative Energy, Dark Energy and Dark Matter

Authors: Hyoyoung Choi

The principle, which says “the state of low energy is stable”, is one of the fundamental principles of Physics, and it has its influences on across all the fields of Physics. In this article, we will reveal that this principle is an incomplete. It is stable at a low energy state in the case of positive mass (energy), whereas, it is stable at a high energy state in the case of negative mass (energy). Due to this, “the problem of transition to minus infinite energy level” does not occur, therefore negative energy and positive energy can coexist. Moreover, we will show that negative energy provides an explanation for dark matter and dark energy, which are the biggest issues posed to cosmology at the present. We demonstrate the ratio between matter, dark matter and dark energy through this model, and computer simulation shows that this assumption is appropriate. ΛCDM model expects that the ratio of matter and dark matter will be constant, but this model suggests that as the universe expands, the gravitational effect of matter vs. dark matter differs. Therefore, it is necessary to investigate the change of the ratio (Ω_d/Ω_m).

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[v1] 2013-09-08 04:30:23
[v2] 2013-10-04 02:57:28
[v3] 2013-10-11 07:53:03
[v4] 2013-10-21 10:43:17
[v5] 2013-10-24 16:39:48
[v6] 2013-10-27 05:55:18
[v7] 2013-10-31 00:25:28

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