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  1. This theory give answer to many problems of physics like 1) Dark matter. 2) Accelerated expansion of world. 3) Dual nature of particle & wave. 4) Why matter is much more than anti-matter in world? 5) Theory beyond standard model of particle physics. 6) What is the space? etc etc http://vixra.org/abs/1903.0178
  2. The deeper you look into Special and General Relativity, the clearer you see that it's just one twisted mass of error. There's literately nothing that can be salvaged from the hypothesis. So where does that leave other branches of modern Science that are using these failed theories as a basis? Such as in Cosmology, we have deduced that the universe began from a Big Bang, but without Einstein's GR this would not be the assumption. Same with LIGO trying to detect "gravitational waves", this can't be what they were looking at, as there is no such thing as a "fabric of time-space". I
  3. Can any life form recreate the Big Bang? At this point in time, I think it's possible that the universe is a stage of progression that isn't meant to be final. If one sees the universe as not absence, but then because of absence, Isn't that an error of some sort? Moreover, I find it interesting to wonder if reality's resolution is based on any homo sapien becoming God, including any current Democrat or Republican.
  4. Hello just before we start i am new here so if there specific questions im not aloud to ask due to being maybe a somewhat religious or sensitive topic or disrespectful to a persons beliefs than i apologize in advance and did not intend in disrespecting in what you believe in any way im sorry So im young, 14 curious about how the universe and space works and the amazing progress that science is able to push humanity to amazing limits but sometimes but today in particular wonder about what others in the scientific community think of how the world began and the aftermath i believe the big bang
  5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbsGYRArH_w http://arxiv.org/abs/1505.03117 Anyone around here have some insights on this subject? I find the idea of energy symmetry quite interesting.
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