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  1. I have a new unification theory that may be better than my older ideas. The older ideas calculated, but were somewhat not probably. This new theory is more probable and matches all the measured data for the strong force, gravitation, electromagnetic unification with Planck's constant and therefore matter. It keeps the wave-particle system together. Here's the PDF: 20200828WaveCurvatures.pdf I'll post the equations in a while in the thread.
  2. I'm going to do a wrap-up now of my theory and what my investigations of cosmology have led me to believe. It's also going to be my last post on cosmology and my ideas. Based on all the current models of significance in the theoretical world, I have came to some final conclusions about the universe at large. 1). To follow the intrinsic rules of spatial symmetries, the universe is part of the full Poincare Group leading to a primordial universal rotation. 2) The rotation naturally leads to an intrinsic torsion field. 3) It also leads to an intrinsic centrifugal force field whic
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