Relativity and Cosmology

   

The Displacement Theory of Space, Particles and Time

Authors: Albert Zur Ph.D

The Displacement Theory proposes new concepts relating to space, particles and time. This first article details the fundaments, the vocabulary and the context for this new theory. At the basics are a broader definition of energy and momentum yielding a universal description of space and particles in terms of similar building blocks. The description of space yields derivation of Hubble law, associating the recession velocity of galaxies with space expansion. It provides new insight to the essence of dark-energy and predicts that the cosmological constant Ʌ in Einstein field equations is associated with dark-momentum rather than dark-energy. The description of particles yields a new domain of displacement-space conjugate to a domain of 4D position-space. In 4D position-space all particles universally perform the same amount of total displacement yielding the constancy of the speed of light. This represents a new form of relativity which is inherently compatible with Quantum theories. It also provides new insight into the notion of time, and suggests that 3D space+time is actually 3 dimensions of position-space and a fourth dimension of displacement-space, which is a Fourier conjugate of the fourth dimension of position-space. This is the first in a series of articles introducing the Displacement Theory.

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