Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Recent GM=tc^3 Paper


Anonymous Count Iblis said...

Why not put this article on arXiv?

10:53 AM  
Blogger L. Riofrio said...

I would love to, but even arXiv is controlled by those protecting old (string) theroies. One would need an endoresement from someone in the community. If you are able to do so, I would be happy to accept your endorsement.

3:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your theory is constrained (and unfortunately excluded) by observations of quasar absorption lines. A changing value of c since z~=8 is excluded down to ~10^-6 level. A literature search is always helpful.

11:51 PM  
Anonymous A. Alfonso-Faus said...

Send me an e-mail.
I will endorse you on arXiv
See for example in google my works by looking for "Antonio Alfonso-Faus"
Red shift is explained by a decreasing speed of light c inversely proportional to cosmological time.

10:39 PM  
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Blogger Bob said...

I get r_s = 2GM/c^2 Where r_s is the Schwartzschild radius of the universe. That would be 2.9193E 25 metres.

The radius where we are would be about 1.4E 26 metres.
g/r_s(r/c)^2 = 0.5 where we replace g with G.

This does give us a mass about four times less than yours.

9:32 AM  
Anonymous David E. Cowlishaw said...

Inside of the Event Horizon?!

Given the use of "singularities" in the 11 dimensional math involving string theory, I have often questioned the "in's and out's" of our three plus four dimensionality views.

The rush at the edge of our global view toward oblivion (the edges of our universe is traveling faster than our "big bang" would suggest, summoning up "dark energy", and "dark matter"), and a pointalistic origin for our beginnings, I am leaning toward a toroidal view, but not so donut like, as toward a klein bottle view, from inside to outside.

Difficult to visualize, but it would make "dimensional traveling" a bit easier (E.E. Doc Smith "Lensman" series).

<A href=">David E. Cowlishaw</A>

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1:09 pm, Thursday, 18 August 2011

10:09 PM  
Blogger Bob said...

I put a link up to you paper on the string theory development page on facebook. It's getting quite a few comments, and I see that David has already contacted you.

10:41 PM  
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