THE THEORY OF METARELATIVITY: BEYOND ALBERT EINSTEIN’S RELATIVITY
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The theory of metarelativity is a system of equations written to take into consideration additional effects in the universe and about the matter inside it. The study begins with Albert Einstein’s theory of special relativity and it develops a system of equations which lead us to further explanations and to a new physics paradigm. Like special relativity which was created in 1905 and then expanded later to general relativity to explain, among other things, the aberration in the motion of the planet Mercury and the gravitational lenses, metarelativity explains many phenomena like for example the nature of dark matter laying inside and outside galaxies and in the universe and the existence of supraluminar particles or tachyons and their corresponding dark energy. Metarelativity is a work of pure science which encompasses mathematics and fundamental physics. All the explanations are deduced from a new system of equations called the metarelativistic transformations that will be proven mathematically and explained physically. The facts and experiments that are noted in this theory come from a large series of astronomical observations taken far later than 1905 till now by reliable observatories in the world.
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- Metarelativistic Transformations
- Imaginary Number
- Imaginary Dimensions
- Dark Matter
- Dark Energy
- Universe R
- Metauniverse M
- The Great Universe G