Volume 21: Pages 273-284, 2008
Matter formation and gravitation in an expanding 3-sphere
T. A. Kriz 1,2, E. J. Bacinich 1,2
1Alpha Omega Research Foundation, 1048 S. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach, Florida 33480, USA
2Also at AORF Advanced Studies, 915 Forest Trail, Cedar Park, TX 78613, USA
Analytical evidence is presented to show how matter must necessarily form in a closed, initially radiation-filled, cosmos to conserve energy by establishing flat space-time. At decoupling time (when the matter to radiation energy density ratio ρm/ρr≈1) a single photon can be losslessly converted into a neutron. Resonance theory is invoked to show how matter particles can be modeled as resonance trapped electromagnetic quanta. Microwave cavity is used in this regard as a more robust analog form of the usual simple harmonic oscillator. Both photons and neutrons are shown to have very similar microwave resonant cavity analogs. It is also demonstrated that gravitational fields can be viewed as spatial collapse accelerations which reach light speed at the horizon of a fixed size particle to locally balance the global expansion of the cosmos. Such particles have strong force engendered Kerr-model microhole properties.
Keywords: Cosmos, Matter Formation, Orbital Resonance, Spin Resonance, Particle Horizon, Gravity, Strong Interaction, Kerr-Model Black Hole
Received: January 25, 2008; Accepted: October 25, 2008; Published Online: February 6, 2009