[5] **viXra:1310.0243 [pdf]**
*submitted on 2013-10-28 00:22:34*

**Authors:** Rodney Bartlett

**Comments:** 7 Pages.

Beginning with the Moon’s reflection in water, that reflection is then compared to physicist David Bohm’s holographic universe and holographic brain, and merged with Albert Einstein’s three universes in one cosmos. This results in Professor Max Tegmark’s hypothesis of mathematical formulas creating reality, and the maths is converted into the physical reality of an infinite, steady-state universe made up of finite, “bubble” or “pocket” subuniverses that originate with big bangs (we live in one of these, and the conversion is achieved via “digital” string theory). It’s concluded early on that all these subuniverses contain a 5th-dimensional hyperspace that allows time travel into the past, and a webpage by Dr Adam Riess (2011 Nobel prize in physics) is used to show how this hyperspace results in dark energy and dark matter. Along the way; Einstein’s Unified Field is justified (with Professor Penrose’s error being exposed), gravity is referred to as a repulsive force that causes attraction by pushing a falling apple to the ground (Isaac Newton’s mathematical description remains intact), dark matter’s role as the scaffold for normal matter is interpreted via fractal geometry, and the four forces are accounted for in a new way. The article is presented in the readable style of plain English, leaving the mathematics and scientific language to the above-mentioned scientists. I wonder if the Large Hadron Collider can achieve sufficiently high energies to observe phenomena that will give some support to the existence of another dimension, and therefore of the other concepts in this article.

**Category:** Quantum Gravity and String Theory

[4] **viXra:1310.0208 [pdf]**
*submitted on 2013-10-23 16:31:51*

**Authors:** Vitaly Kuyukov

**Comments:** 6 Pages.

This paper analyses the quantum fluctuations of the event horizon. Based on the method of Ricci flow are given topological properties of the event horizon and displays the law of loss of mass of the black hole with the emission of Hawking.

**Category:** Quantum Gravity and String Theory

[3] **viXra:1310.0175 [pdf]**
*submitted on 2013-10-20 11:01:03*

**Authors:** Vitaly Kuyukov

**Comments:** 7 Pages.

This paper describes a quantum fluctuations of the event horizon of a black hole. Calculated the
relationship between the entropy of the black hole and the area of the horizon. The main conclusion in
this work: the event horizon of a black hole is not just a geometric object, but and is a quantum system

**Category:** Quantum Gravity and String Theory

[2] **viXra:1310.0122 [pdf]**
*submitted on 2013-10-15 11:33:52*

**Authors:** Piyush Mohan Singhal

**Comments:** 26 Pages.

The measurement space with uncertainty in determination of the origin, is shown to be of discrete nature. The measured information in discrete space, is characterized based on initial state created at the interface of continuum or source and discrete measurement space. In discrete measurement space the entropy considerations, result in a phenomenological relationship based on dimension-less constants, for stable microscopic and macroscopic structures. The relationship is independent of the experimentally determined constants 'h', 'c', 'e', and leads to the phenomenological explanation of the fine-structure constant and its value in low-energy limits. The concept of measurement space based on entropy change of the space as a result of the state creation and the capability of the observer, is developed next. The consequence of a macroscopic observer with limited measurement capability, making measurements in discrete measurement space, results in the constraint of a three dimensional measurement space.

**Category:** Quantum Gravity and String Theory

[1] **viXra:1310.0050 [pdf]**
*replaced on 2013-11-30 02:23:58*

**Authors:** Aleksey Vaneev

**Comments:** 19 Pages. version 12 of this paper

This paper presents an unconventional view on the gravity field and the way it manifests in particle interactions via a newly-introduced particle; introduces the “energy density function” of this particle and the way it affects the surrounding particles by its physical field; unites gravity interactions between mass-bearing and massless particles, proposes methods of gravity field measurement. This paper also proposes several inexpensive experiments that can be performed to check the presented hypotheses.

**Category:** Quantum Gravity and String Theory