Mathematical Physics


We Have to Learn to Forget the Big Bang by the Rotating Hologram Universe.

Authors: Dan Visser

Dan Visser (DAN) creates Art from a way of thinking involving another universe. He is retired and has written down his way of thinking in articles through bypassing the institutions. “I know what dark matter is, and I know the institutions still don’t know”. I calculate the percentages of dark matter, dark energy and visible matter close to the measured Planck-satellite values. I also calculated the energy for a dark matter-force (a few years ago), which now appears to fit the experimental values performed by the decay of Berilium-8 showing a value of 16,7 MeV at the atom-scale of 10^-10 meter and a time-scale of about 10^-14 seconds. I also show dark matter co-operates with quantum-gravity in a new formula. The force of dark matter is also showing-up in an experiment revealing the proton-radius becomes 4% smaller due to a muon in orbit instead of an electron. This effect can be calculated by my new dark matter-topology and dark matter–dimensions. Both the experiments (berilium-8 decay and smaller proton-radius), as well as the used dark matter-topology and dark matter–dimensions, gave me the idea to posit a principle for an UFO-motor. Such a motor can be tuned to overcome a gravitational field like earth, or any other planet. Such motor enables to move within the hologram universe, instead of in the Big Bang space-time universe.

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[v1] 2016-08-31 13:04:28

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