Natural Science

Volume 4, Issue 4 (April 2012)

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"universe collapse model" and its roles in the unification of four fundamental forces and the origin and the evolution of the universe

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DOI: 10.4236/ns.2012.44030    4,831 Downloads   7,875 Views   Citations
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To unify the four known fundamental forces and provide an explanation for the origin and the evolution of the universe are two long-term goals of theoretical physics. Here a “universe collapse model” has been proposed. The universe consists of Matter and No-matter. No-matter is the universal energy that constructs a consistent universe field, presenting a spiral wave motion at the speed of light at the small scale. The partial collapse of the universal energy forms the particles of the universal energy in a variety of sizes, which are called as the elementary particles. These elementary particles form atom and matter, which construct the galaxies. The collapse of the universe field induces the formation of the universe collapse potential (UCP) and universe collapse force (UCF), and the later is represented by four different aspects of the fundamental forces at the large or small scales. The mathematical equation and the derivation of UCP and UCF are described, and possible experimental tests are also suggested. Therefore, this new model may give a novel explanation for the unification of four fundamental forces and the origin and the evolution of the universe.

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Dai, J. (2012) "universe collapse model" and its roles in the unification of four fundamental forces and the origin and the evolution of the universe. Natural Science, 4, 199-203. doi: 10.4236/ns.2012.44030.

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