Authors: Dan Visser
A new cosmology-theory presents a spectacular statement: By this article the rotation and expansion of a fast rotating vacuum below the Planck-scale is described with approximately 10^21 rad/s. This subquantum vacuum-rotation emerges approximately 10^18 Hertz x-rays above the Planck-scale. Meanwhile it is a fact that x-ray-radiation is observed by several observatory with an energy of about 3,5 keV in accordance to the possible existence of sterile neutrinos. However, the energy here mentioned is used for direct evidence for the existence of ‘light-holes’, which seen from a distance replaces the Planck-scale in rotating vacuum and in perspective of my new cosmological model, the rotating hologram-universe. The new model discards the single modern-classic Big Bang-universe as not-fundamental. It means coming closer to ‘light-holes’ high-frequent x-rays become lower in frequency due to an also earlier published formula Tdan , which shows vacuum expands by ‘the crumbling of the vacuum-quantum-unit’. Hence, closer to the ‘light-hole’, a parallel Big Bang-universe will appear to be a part of the fundamental rotating hologram-universe. Let it be noticed the exercises given here are obviously ahead of media-pre-announced Hawking-Hertog publications about how to measure the existence of other Big Bangs, because I already carry on the evidence for this in this article.
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