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Explosion of the Light: Alliance of the Planck and Mach and Einstein-Riemannian Physics

Mohsen Lutephy1
  • 1 Islamic Azad University (IAU), Iran
Physics International
Volume 10 No. 1, 2019, 8-23

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3844/pisp.2019.8.23

Submitted On: 15 August 2019 Published On: 6 December 2019

How to Cite: Lutephy, M. (2019). Explosion of the Light: Alliance of the Planck and Mach and Einstein-Riemannian Physics. Physics International, 10(1), 8-23. https://doi.org/10.3844/pisp.2019.8.23

Abstract

On the evident tripartite equivalency of the light speed and time and distance as a natural paradigm introduced here it is deduced the natural metric tensor of the universe via Mach's mechanics (metric fully governed by measurable universe) included to the fully variable light speed and fully variable gravitational G accompanied with Planckian quantum gravity in natural quantization of the space-time and we see the quantum modes of the gravitational fields by combination of the Planck and Mach and Einstein-Riemannian physics introducing new universal constants. We see a new cosmology on the base of the variable light speed universe via conservation of the total matter of the universe expanding stationary via permanent cyclical transformation of the observable baryonic matter to background ether and the background ether to the observable baryonic matter required by equation of the continuity for equilibrium, creating homogeneity and isotropy and flattening of the universe and reasoning also a universal background minimum temperature creating cosmic microwave background as a black body radiation. Ultimately it is obvious that our universe is a large version of the Planckian mini universe and also we see variable Planck length correlated to the gravitational potential energy.

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Keywords

  • Quantum Gravity
  • Cosmology
  • Planck Units
  • Planck Stars
  • Machian Universe
  • Variable Light Speed
  • Quantization of the Space-Time