Simple Model to Estimate Longitude and Area of Universe

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1101334   PDF   HTML   XML   548 Downloads   816 Views  

Abstract

Mathematics is an interesting subject for some people, but for others are borings. The objective of this small paper is to stimulate Senior High school students’ scientific knowledge, when using the mathematical formula of circumference to determine longitude of universe and area in the Big Bang, as well as to introduce Cristosoles [1] numbers and antilogarithms. The paper shows a clear way to use simple mathematical formulas to determine the measure of the universe, besides relating the Cristosol numbers with the antilogarithms that can exist only in the antiuniverse; it is the first time that the antilogarithms have been defined.

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Rodríguez, R. , Duarte, R. and Camacho, L. (2015) Simple Model to Estimate Longitude and Area of Universe. Open Access Library Journal, 2, 1-4. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1101334.

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The authors declare no conflicts of interest.

References

[1] Oses, R. (2007) División por cero, un intento de resolver sistemas incompatibles, interpretación filosófica. Centro Meteorológico Provincial de Villa Clara, inédito.
[2] Oses, R. (2012) Los Cristosoles. Grupos y Anillos. Centro Meteorológico Provincial de Villa Clara, inédito.

  
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