Models of this type were studied extensively in the late 90s/early 2000s under the guise of braneworlds (see e.g. the Randall-Sundrum model), but the extra dimensions were compact in order to prevent the existence of low-mass Kaluza-Klein modes. The size of this extra dimension would have to be microscopic, of the order of inverse TeV in order to avoid this problem.
Answer: Needless to say, this is different to Kaluza-Klein Model. It has a 5D Spacetime but that is the only similarity. Kaluza-Klein had a narrow scope and was contrived. Electromagnetism is placed into a metric but the physics is never updated. Electromagnetic waves were never said to deform space. If that was the case, a Coulomb charge could create a Black Hole.
So, there was no physics in Kaluza-Klein and there is not physics in this question. It is just a model based question that only make sense for theories that are based on a specific framework.
The reviewer tried to find in my theory low-mass Kaluza-Klein modes and there is none. Again, this is a continuation of the prior questioning of energy mass confinement within my moving hypersphere. My prior answer showed that there is no need for confinement.
It is not the reviewer’s fault. HU theory is quaint in comparison to others. This is a strength not a weakness. It is always easy to work within a logical framework that the whole Mankind took centuries to build. It is difficult to challenge that framework and even more difficult to challenge that framework with some simple model.
The language is not familiar, so the reviewer might not realize what is a lightspeed traveling Universe in a hyperspherical topology. This was never considered prior to this work since under relativity, Matter cannot travel at the speed of light, certainly not the whole Universe.Share on Twitter Share on Facebook