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Basic Structures of Matter - Supergravitation Unified Theory

Stoyan Sarg
Year: 2010 Pages: 6
The Basic Structures of Matter - Super Gravitation Unified Theory (BSM-SG) shows the relation between the forces in Nature by adopting the following ideas:
  • Empty Euclidian space without any physical properties and restrictions
  • Two fundamental particles of superdense matter with parameters associated with Planck's scale and with the ability to vibrate and congregate
  • A Fundamental law of Super Gravitation (SG) ? an inverse cubic law of forces between the fundamental particles in pure empty space.
Driven by the SG law, an enormous number of the two particles, with vibrational energy above some critical level, are able to congregate into self-organized hierarchical levels of geometrical formations. A self-organizing process in a supermassive astronomical object of primordial matter leads deterministically to crystallization of sub-elementary and elementary particles followed by creation of space with quantum properties, known as the physical vacuum, and development of a galaxy. The underlying superfine structure of the physical vacuum called a Cosmic Lattice (CL) is built by two types of sub-elementary particles. All known laws of physics are embedded in the properties and interactions between the CL structure and the structure of the elementary particles. The static and dynamic properties of the individual CL nodes provide the relations among the gravitational, electric and magnetic fields.