Quantum Gravity and String Theory


The Holographic Universe and the Lorentz Transformation of Space and Length Contraction

Authors: Michael John Sarnowski

“In The Holographic Principle and How can the Particles and Universe be Modeled as a Hollow Sphere” [1] We found that the amount of matter in the universe is equal to the outside layer of the universe. We also find that the universe is not isotropic. In “Predicting the Gravitational Constant from the New Physics of a Rotating Universe”[2] We show that if red shifting of light is due to travel perpendicular to our location instead of away from our location that the universe is no longer isotropic looking. This would be contrary to the cosmological principle. In “Gravity Most Related to the Proton Mass, Charge Most Related to the Electron Mass” [3], we showed that space was granular with the same particle everywhere. We called this particle the Plank sphere. In this paper we show that the Planck Sphere can follow the Lorentz transformation. As the Planck Sphere accelerates the discontinuities move away from the center of the Planck Sphere. This increases the energy which happens as the same proportion as the Lorentz transformation. Mass acts on the Planck spheres in the same way and creates the gravitational field. Once a Planck sphere has its momentum altered my any amount, that increased momentum travels, through adjacent Planck spheres, at the speed of light, settling only when it has reached a uniform field. It is proposed here, that the actual length change in Lorentz contraction, would be that all of the discontinuities in a sphere are moving toward the edge of the sphere, the higher the energy level. Therefor, the sphere would not shrink in size, but sphere would be changed more and more to a hollow sphere in the sense that all of the imperfections would move towards the edge of the sphere and perfect packing would be inside the sphere.

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[v1] 2019-08-29 22:32:50
[v2] 2019-09-01 16:55:26

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