Authors: Dan Visser
The formulation of the Einstein-field equations are changed: Herewith I present dynamical formulations for the multiplication of Big Bang-universes embedded in an eternal rotating holographic universe. This is beyond the current assumption the universe could be a hologram; that assumption was made without detailed knowledge of shape and deeper dynamics of a holographic universe. The new formulations introduce a dynamical process of deeper dynamics by which an object or subject could be transformed to another part of the holographic universe. This may happen by recalculation. But how? The recalculation described here is based on an amount of ‘duo-bits of dark matter’, which recalculate the quantum-dynamics. The recalculation-process emerges from a domain below the Planck-scale. The ‘duo-bit recalculation’ starts for a calculated lower-limit of Planck-areas. From my calculation follows, for example: 17 x 10^53 ‘duo-bits’ can recalculate 64 x 10^6 Planck-areas. This subquantum informational process is embedded in the modified Einstein-field-equations by a geometrical ratio of quantum-gravity and Planck-areas. This ratio is correlated to an additional energy-tensor of dark matter-energy. The geometrical ratio is more refined than the Einstein cosmological constant, which is only a number. The refined ratio replaces the cosmological constant. Therefore the main-issue in this paper is, that the accelerated space-expansion in the current Big Bang-universe is based on a ‘fake-dynamic’ due to one of many possible quasi Big Bang-universes that directly exist in physical reality. Or in other words: Directly existing parallel universes are part of the holographic dynamics. According to the new formulations parallel universes do not exist outside the conservative Big Bang-universe. In an appendix a description is added for the media written in Dutch.
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