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Picture this. Earth is forming. gasses and heat are busy making our oceans and a crust is forming where gravity is at its least resistance, forming one giant land mass. Call this land Gondwana, Pangaea or whatever you like. The point is it was all connected at one point and creatures could roam as they pleased. A meteor ruins it for everyone, spinning the planets crust in all logical directions. this rips the earth apart quickly, creating the pacific ocean floor and tectonic plates in the process. Such an impact and force causes the land to behave in a liquid like manor. The ocean floors
The true value of the fine structure constant became much deeper - ultimately through it the constants of all fundamental interactions are expressed. This result came out from the very old formula that changed physics forever. Please, read "Hyperanalyticity of space-time" http://www.gaussianfunction.com.
The Quantum Cosmology Inverse Theory Juan (Jay) Sadie AbstractThis theory postulates an inverse way to look at what is large and what is small. When we talk about quantum mechanics we automatically presume that things are smaller at this level. What this theory proposes is that as we drill down into the quantum level we are actually moving towards the infinitely large. As we get down to the atomic and sub-atomic levels things begin to get very strange. Particles pop in and out of existence. They seem to be in more than one place at the same time. They seem to interact by means of entanglemen