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HyperGeometrical Universe

The HyperGeometrical Universe

I finally decided to blog my theory into existence...

In this Blog, I will present the Theory of Everything which I aptly named The HyperGeometrical Universe.

For a deeper analysis, please visit the yahoo group site with the papers and FAQs. Here I will just explore the more interesting aspects of the theory.

The origin of the name is not the Hypergeometrical Function, but the fact that all elements of the Universe are described geometrically as solitonic states or deformation waves of a flexible five dimensional spacetime.

The added dimension in this space is non-compact and this new simple topology explains everything better than present compact topologies.

The theory is composed of four parts:
a) Grand Unification Theory
b) Cosmology
c) Cosmogenesis
d) HyperGeometrical Standard Model

Here I will present the first two parts and that will be enough to answer the following transcendental questions:
Q1. How was the Universe created ? -
This is answered by the Hypergeometrical Cosmogenesis Theory.
Q2. What lies outside the Universe?
Q3. What is the shape of the Universe
Q4. Why can’t one see the absolute past or the future?
Q5. Where did the Big Bang occur?
Q6. Why is the Universe so isotropic and homogeneous?
This is a late line of questioning originated from the measurements of the cosmic microwave background. The cosmic microwave background is considered to be the result of Big Bang and it is puzzling isotropic and uniform.
Q7. What is the origin of the Microwave Cosmic Background?
Q8. Why isn’t the Universe more like the result of any other three dimensional explosion?
Q9. Why is the Cosmological Constant so close to zero?
Q10. Can we travel at speeds higher than the speed of light? Are there objects moving at those speeds in the Universe?

I will also be happy to tell you What Time is and that Time is both ABSOLUTE AND RELATIVE.

Time has always puzzled Mankind. Newton, Einstein and Mach (and others) have their interpretations of time.

You will have to go through a Thought (Gedanken) Experiment of Being an Amoeba Stuck to the Surface of an Upwards Traveling Air Bubble (Traveling from the bottom of the sea to its surface) to understand it...:) ... You will also have to understand the concept of Proxy....

The nuances will be a little toughter to understand but stick to it and it will be rewarding.
Now let's start....

Development in this area are currently driven by two forces:
a) group theoretical considerations and
b) the attachment to the prior formalism (e.g. Maxwell Equations in Kaluza-Klein Theory,etc.), that is, one would like to recover asymptotically those equations from whatever Theory of Everything one can concoct.

These two forces are really one. The group theoretical considerations are used to keep only topologies that are consistent with prior developments.

In summary, we are attached to form as opposed to content.

It turned out, that those are unnecessarily restrictive constraints. In my line of thought, I revised the whole formalism by keeping only the reasons behind it. This will become clearer in subsequent blogs.

This theory is a simple theory of everything, simple enough to be the framework where one can describe all known (known to me) physical phenomena (nuclear scattering, electromagnetism, radioactivity, gravitation) and it is complete (account properly for all the energy bits that are contained in matter).

From Wikipedia - The "Plato's Allegory of the Cave"

I will start this Blog with the description of the situation as I see it. The best description is given by the Allegory of the Cave direct from Wikipedia, and reproduced below:

Imagine prisoners who have been chained since childhood deep inside a cave. Not only are their limbs immobilized by the chains; their heads are chained as well so that their eyes are fixed on a wall.

Behind the prisoners is an enormous fire, and between the fire and the prisoners is a raised walkway, along which shapes of various animals, plants, and other things are carried. The shapes cast shadows on the wall, which occupy the prisoners' attention. When one of the shape-carriers speaks, an echo against the wall causes the prisoners to believe that the words come from the shadows.

The prisoners engage in what appears to us to be a game - naming the shapes as they come by. This, however, is the only reality that they know, even though they are seeing merely shadows of images. Suppose a prisoner is released and compelled to stand up and turn around. His eyes will be blinded by the firelight, and the shapes passing will appear less real than their shadows.

Similarly, if he is dragged up out of the cave into the sunlight, his eyes will be so blinded that he will not be able to see anything.

At first, he will be able to see darker shapes such as shadows and, only later, brighter and brighter objects.

The last object he would be able to see is the sun, which, in time, he would learn to see as that object which provides the seasons and the courses of the year, presides over all things in the visible region, and is in some way the cause of all these things that he has seen (The Republic bk. VII, 516b-c; trans. Paul Shorey).

This part of the allegory, incidentally, closely matches "Plato's metaphor of the sun" which occurs near the end of The Republic, Book VI.