Physics International

ON THE ABSENCE OF ANTIMATTER FROM THE UNIVERSE, DARK MATTER, THE FINE STRUCTURE PARAMETER, THE FLUCTUATIONS OF THE COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND RADIATION AND THE TEMPERATURE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE OF THE UNIVERSE

Emmanuil Manousos

DOI : 10.3844/pisp.2014.21.35

Physics International

Volume 5, Issue 1

Pages 21-35

Abstract

The theory of selfvariations correlates five cosmological observations considered to be unrelated by the physical theories of the previous century. The absence of antimatter from the Universe, the Dark Matter, the slight variation of the fine structure parameter, the temperature fluctuations of the cosmic microwave background radiation and the temperature difference between the northern and southern hemisphere of the Universe can be justified by a common cause. This cause is the selfvariation of the electric charge of material particles. The antimatter particles of the very early Universe lose their electric charge with the passage of time and end up as electrically neutral. These electrically neutral particles constitute a significant part of Dark Matter. The cosmological Model of the Selfvariations predicts another possible mechanism for the creation of Dark Matter particles. Thus, we can justify the fact that the amount of Dark Matter is greater than the amount of the ordinary, luminous, matter. A fluctuation of the electric charge at cosmological distances is predicted in the region of the Universe that we observe. This fluctuation is recorded in the cosmological data in the value of the fine structure parameter measured at cosmological distances, in the temperature of the cosmic microwave background radiation and is responsible for the temperature difference between the two hemispheres of the Universe. The study we present proves in detail that the law of selfvariations contains enough information to justify the totality of cosmological data that cannot be justified by the standard cosmological model. These data have been observed by the ultrasensitive modern observation instruments. The high sensitivity of the instruments is necessary to record the effects from the extremely small variation of the electric charge. We regard as necessary a re-evaluation of the cosmological data based on the law of selfvariations.

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