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An Attempt On TOE - Part - I

T M Vasudevanconfirmed user (Independent Researcher)

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The Tensor equation that represents the forces of Nature is obtained as equation (8) in the theory.

In the theory a spherically symmetric and time-independent solution of the above equation is attempted and we arrive at the following results:-

i) It has been proven mathematically that only two different families of elementary particles, with 6 members in each family, can exist in Nature (Leptons and Quarks).
ii) It has been proven mathematically that there could be up to 6 fundamental forces in nature.
iii) Only one of the two families of elementary particles (Leptons) can exist freely in Nature.
iv) The anti-particles are extremely unstable compared to particles.
v) Gravitation can be explained as a property inherent to matter.
vi) The values of masses and radii for Galaxies, Galaxy Groups, Galaxy Clusters, Super Clusters, Voids and the observable Universe have been mathematically derived and compared with the observed values.
vii) Interpretation of a Void as “the mother of all black holes” and quasars as the explosion of such black holes (or small bangs).
viii) Evolution of the Universe is described in terms of small bangs rather than a single “big bang”.
ix) A fifth fundamental force is predicted (the Fractal Force), which manifests in the form of dark energy at astronomical distances.
x) Continuous creation of matter, sufficient enough to support a quasi-steady state model of the Universe, is predicted.
xi) Evolution of an electron neutrino into an intergalactic void, in a period of 100 billion years, is predicted.
xii) The observed phenomenon of neutrino fluctuations is explained on the basis of the evolution model.

Only a partial solution of equation (8) has been attempted. A general solution of the above equation only can give the exact nature of the Natural forces.

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Originality = 33.84, importance = 4.11, overall quality = 26.86
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1 Peer review [reviewer #997confirmed user] added 25th March, 2007 at 09:05:43

Reading this article I was rather conused because e.g. the point iv of the results claimed that antiparticles are extremely unstable in comaprison to particles. It is a huge mistake because they are as stable as particles, e.g. antiproton, but their number is so small because in the early universe there has been broken a symmetry between the ,,particles” and ,,antiparticles”. So there have been left only ,,particles”, but the world built form ,,antiparticles” would have the same physical properties as the world built from ,,particles”. There is also another very strong result that might be invalid. Namely, the property of the gravitation. The gravitation is not only the proprty of the matter, but also the space time, e.g. the gravitational waves indirectly discovered by Taylor and Hulse. And the methodological approach: what does (alpha^{i}beta){star} mean in the equation (1)? Thus, my grades of this article are rather low. This article should be rewritten from scratch. Then, the host of the magazine should give the reviewers the opportunity of changing their notes.

Originality: 2, Importance: 1, Overall quality: 2

2 Author comment added 30th March, 2007 at 07:39:44

In reply to the peer review

1). Stability of particles as compared to antiparticles as mentioned in the article was in the context of the relative abundance of matter as compared to antimatter.

I am aware that there is already one approach which can explain this phenomenon and it is the concept of broken symmetry in the early period of evolution of Universe as per big bang theory.

In the above article, among other things, an attempt has been made to explain the same phenonmenon of relative abundance of matter using a totally different approach.

2). In the above article even though it is mentioned that gravitation is a property inherent to matter, it want not intended to imply that it was only the property of matter.

As a matter of fact the force fields as described by the above theroy were derived as a mutually cancelling pair of fields with out the need for any source for the creation of these fields,
meaning that it is basicaly a property of the space-time.

3). (alpha^{i}beta) represents the Christoffel Symbol as already mentioned in the footnote of page-1.

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