Mathematical Physics


Cosmos Without Big Bang

Authors: Dan Visser

I summarize my new theory for the universe in a nutshell. We are a variable hologram in a Rotating Torus Hologram Universe (RTHU). The moment I began to think the Big Bang did not exist, the universe has changed already. That was in 2004, 5 years before I started to write my articles in 2009. The main issue since then is: There is no darkness. Events happen everywhere, but rather in the RTHU than in the Postmodern Big Bang Universe (PBBU). According to all of my theoretical results a lot of events, however, remain temporarily invisible due to being shifted in the variable hologram-universe. The main cause thereto is, that a dark matter force, marked as duo-bits, is the engine of the hologram-rotation, while being located below the Planck-boundary. Hence this deeper area must be a part of a universe, the RTHU. A new parameter Tdan is the hologram-dynamic parameter and in size equivalent to the RTHU as well as in size equivalent as a building-stone of the RTHU. In that sense an under laying information is variable-divided but continuously in order to remain all the information that shapes the RTHU. Furthermore I refer to practical evidence-issues. Study my recent articles.

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