一种自洽的宇宙模型假说及其物理图像 A self-consistent universe model
2020-09-30 12:26:47 目录：默认 领域：物理学 宇宙学假说
A self-consistent universe model hypothesis and its highly symmetrical physical image
In string theory, the basic composition of matter is a closed string loop, which has two forms of winding string and vibrating string.In special cases, for example, the radii are reciprocal to each other, then the allowable energy and the absolute value of the charge are the same. Based on this, this paper proposes such a universe model. The 11-dimensional space-time proposed by the M theory can be divided into 2 time-related dimensions and 9 space-related dimensions.When the space-time we are currently in is used as the frame of reference, the three spatial dimensions expand to form our Universe A, which is expanding. These three spatial dimensions are actually closed chords, but the diameter of their circle is extremely far. The remaining 6 spatial dimensions are composed of the Calabi–Yau manifold, forming a contracting Universe B. Three of 6 spatial dimensions are stable closed string loops, and the remaining three ones are in a reciprocal relationship with the expanded three spatial dimensions in Universe A. In the Universe A reference frame, the six spatial dimensions in Universe B are constracting. Vice versa, in the view of Universe B reference frame, Universe A is shrinking. What's more, the absolute value of the energy and charge of the elementary particles between A and B are the same, with opposite signs, and they are indistinguishable from each other. In different reference frams, we may be in an expanding universe with a scale of 13.7 billion light-years, or in a shrinking universe much smaller than the radius of the electron. This article also simply proves that, in this case, the CPT inversion symmetry is satisfied between A and B, and the laws of physics will be completely unchanged, with a high degree of symmetry.
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