Authors: Arieh Sher
The Pivot theory presents a new theory regarding the structure of the Universe. It postulates that the Universe is composed of a massive body, the Pivot, at its center and a ring of a finite visible Universe that is orbiting it. The Pivot can be described by two theories, that currently are not unified. From the GR point of view, the Pivot is a Kerr black hole. From the quantum physics point of view, the Pivot is a super dense hadron. It is shown that by combining the two theories, QM and GR, the gravitational constant can be calculated based on other fundamental physical constants. The Pivot theory, described in this article, consists of two parts. The first relates to the questions of how did it all begin and how did the Universe has evolved into the Pivot structure. This part is not fully addressed. The Pivot theory is based on the theory of the primeval hadron. Using the primeval hadron’s theory, the structure of the Universe is explained and its size is calculated. It is shown that the primeval hadron theory can answer questions relating to time, namely, what happened at the exact moment of the Universe creation i.e., t=0 and, more importantly, what happened before t=0. The second part relates to the current structure of the Universe. In this part, the structure of the Pivot Universe is in verified with many known cosmological observations, to name some: The flattened rotation curve in Spiral Galaxies, the Spiral shape of Galaxies, Redshift of Galaxies etc.
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