Relativity and Cosmology


An Astronomical Hypothesis in 6 Parts

Authors: Rodney Bartlett

AN ASTRONOMICAL HYPOTHESIS IN 6 PARTS - 1) Uniting Quantum Mechanics with General Relativity 2) Special Relativity Viewed from Einstein's Unified Field 3) MATHEMATICS AND UNIFICATION 4) IMAGINARY TIME, QUANTUM GRAVITY AND CREATING THE COSMOS 5) NEGATIVE ENTROPY AND ETERNAL LIFE 6) DARK ENERGY, DARK MATTER, AND THE UNIFYING QUBIT IN A NONEXPANDING AND TOPOLOGICAL COSMOLOGY Science today - this report focuses on physics, quantum physics, cosmology and mathematics - is naturally very dependent on the empirical aspects of observation and experiment. The trend in modern physics is towards a unified theory of the universe - starting with the unified theories of the 20th century (notably Einstein's) and extending to string theory. At present, no observation or experiment can confirm or deny the existence of unification. The main point of this report is to show how sciences, and maths, could be altered by a unified space-time. In 1919, Einstein wrote a paper asking if gravitational waves play an essential role in forming elementary particles. If so, the waves that fill the space-time between particles would connect them in a unified field which a future LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory) may be able to detect.* With waves that travel forwards in time being potentially cancelled by waves going back in time (see TIQM and Wheeler-Feynman absorber theory in this report), the cancelling of the waves might unite Relativity's gravity with quantum mechanics by producing what we call entanglement. * See "Physicists use Einstein’s ‘spooky’ entanglement to invent super-sensitive gravitational wave detector" - May 17, 2017 by David Blair.

Comments: 16 Pages. This is a backup for my files of my entry in the "Catch A Star" contest for 2017

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