Cuantificación evolutiva de la materia y expansión del Universo.

Por • 29 abr, 2022 • Sección: Crítica

Uziel Sandler

In this paper we consider generalization of classical and quantum mechanics that directly follows from the causality principle and topology of a system state space. In generalized mechanics, the Hamiltonian/Schrodinger equations remain the same, but the Hamiltonian may depend on the action and its canonically conjugated variables as additional dynamical variables. This extension of quantum mechanics indicates that the quantization of matter could be an evolutionary process, and in the distant future, even massive bodies may become entirely quantum objects without well-defined trajectories and shapes. In the classical limit, the first approximation of the Hamiltonian with respect to the action explains the accelerated expansion of the Universe, Hubble law, formation of spiral galaxies with a non-Kepler curve of rotation velocity, and asymmetry between distributions of matter and antimatter. This theory predicts that our open universe could have extended pre-history and be preceded by a long set of closed precursor universes.

arXiv:2204.00417v1 [physics.gen-ph]

General Physics (physics.gen-ph)

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