History and Philosophy of Physics


A New Model of Physics

Authors: Ratikanta Das

Abstract: Our new model supports an alternate cosmology quite different from the hypothesis of expanding universe with big bang origin. Everyone will be surprised to know that theories and equations obtained from this new cosmology are able to give simple explanations of many puzzles of physics such as: internal structure of fundamental particle, origin of mass, origin of charge, origin of strong force, wave- particle duality of matter and radiation and some others. Our new model stands on classical mechanics, but it supports quantum mechanics by deriving Schrödinger equation and de Broglie hypothesis. The model also describes a 4D classical technique (named as spiral transformation) for conversion of radiation into matter and vice versa. According to this model, particle-antiparticle pair are created when our flat three dimensional (3D) universe; which is supposed to be a grand 3D hyper spherical surface separating two super grand 4D worlds on either side; is deformed locally into two sides forming two 4D structures. The model also gives an expression for unified Coulomb and strong force.

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[v1] 2016-07-12 08:13:47
[v2] 2016-08-12 09:53:15

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