Quantum Gravity and String Theory

   

The Success/failure System Hypothesis

Authors: Dong-Yih Bau

Universal laws elucidate a basic understanding of nature. Imagine how marvellous it would be to have universal laws in biology as there are in physics. Herein, we apply Einstein’s principle theory as a constraining method to identify a new universal biological law (or principle) called the success/failure system principle. Based on this principle, we develop a principle theory called the success/failure system hypothesis, which suggests that every planet has the potential to evolve into a success/failure system. Then, we describe the implications regarding our place in the universe, the role of universal laws in biology in a final theory, and the current global challenges of sustainability and scientific ethics. This paper concludes with the interdisciplinary interest and scientific significance of this hypothesis. The path to truth: Einstein’s cosmos, a theory of the universe, thoroughly includes a cosmic order defined by three theories, quantum mechanics, general relativity, and the success/failure system. With regards to the theory of the universe, current quantum gravity, string theory, and all other possible theories of the universe, except Einstein’s cosmos, are definitely not final. However, we seek a final theory of the universe. Thus, we suggest researching Einstein’s cosmos immediately and seriously. As a prologue to this new academic enterprise, we have pioneered this enterprise by storing several papers in viXra, in hope of the scientific community’s attention. Who is more intelligent than Einstein, a human with cosmic religious feeling? Today, Einstein’s scientific thoughts still firmly lead the scientific community to a final theory of the universe.

Comments: 9 Pages. Journal-ref: IJASRM 3 (3): 30-34 (2018). DOI:10.36282/IJASRM/3.3.2018.496

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