Spacetime Torque as a Universal Parameter for Cosmogenesis
We present a first order approximation scaling law for all organized matter in which spacetime torque is computed and plotted against the radius of the system utilizing the Haramein-Rauscher metric approach. The scaling law approximates the torque necessary to produce the angular momentum of a system from atomic structure to astrophysical objects such as stars, galaxies and the universe. Further we demonstrate that the 1.3 Fermi proton data point can be treated as the horizon of a mini black hole giving a semi-classical solution correctly predicting the measured value of the nucleonic emission. Dark matter and dark energy are discussed in the context of these findings as well as the source of the anomalous magnetic and angular moment.