Models for Physics of the Very Small and Very Large

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Springer, May 20, 2016 - Science - 382 pages
This monograph tackles three challenges. First, show a mathematics-based meta-model that matches known elementary particles. Second, apply models, based on the meta-model, to match other known physics data. Third, predict future physics data. The math features solutions to isotropic pairs of isotropic quantum harmonic oscillators. This monograph matches some solutions to known elementary particles. Matched properties include spin, types of interactions in which the particles partake, and (for elementary bosons) approximate masses. Other solutions point to possible elementary particles. This monograph applies the models and the extended particle list. Results narrow gaps between physics data and theory. Results pertain to elementary particles, astrophysics, and cosmology. For example, this monograph predicts properties for beyond-the-Standard-Model elementary particles, proposes descriptions of dark matter and dark energy, provides new relationships between known physics constants (including masses of some elementary particles), includes theory that dovetails with the ratio of dark matter to ordinary matter, includes math that dovetails with the number of elementary-fermion generations, suggests forces that govern the rate of expansion of the universe, and suggests additions to and details for the cosmology timeline.
 

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Contents

1 Overview
1
2 From data to the MM1 metamodel and MM1MS1 models
9
3 From the MM1 metamodel to particles and properties
166
4 From particles to cosmology and astrophysics
233
5 From MM1MS1 models to traditional models
274
6 From MM1MS1 models to traditional theories
287
7 From the MM1 metamodel to perspective
314
8 Appendices
341
9 Compendia
344
Bibilography
373
Index
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