Relativity and Cosmology

   

The Structure of Space and the Nature of Elementary Particles

Authors: Todd Sicklinger

Can General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics emerge from a model where the Universe is represented as a four dimensional elastic media comprised of energy density and particles are travelling wave and standing wave solutions to a second order hyperbolic partial differential equation that provides shear wave, compression wave, and surface wave solutions to the differential equation that evolve in time? Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity are the two principle theories of modern physics and both work extremely well in its realm of use. However, the theories appear to be incompatible. String Theory and Quantum Loop Gravity have been proposed as means of unifying Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity, but neither has been successful at recreating the results of both theories or of providing new predictions. The model exactly reproduces the geodesic paths of General Relativity, explains how forces work, provides a framework for Quantum Mechanics, and makes useful predictions.

Comments: 27 Pages.

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[v1] 2015-06-03 06:56:28
[v2] 2015-07-08 09:04:22
[v3] 2015-07-22 20:10:53
[v4] 2015-07-24 15:42:04
[v5] 2015-09-07 10:03:11

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