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The «Fireworks» universe


Mospan, Anatoliy


Research Papers





Date Published:

September 13, 2019




new cosmological model of the universe, the neutrons, . the mechanism of galaxy formation


It is proposed to consider a heuristic, conceptual, new cosmological model of the universe order All the constructions are virtually based on two ideas that have received good indirect proof. The first one is from observation, the second one is experimental. 1. The neutrons that have formed in superdense matter from protons and electrons in the course of its collapse, are not identical to the natural neutrons. With a decrease in compression strength they fall apart below the certain level. 2. The mechanism of galaxy formation from the moving substance is subject to regular patterns. Several coinciding consequences suggest the prospectiveness of the development of these ideas. The model offered is not a steady-state and not the "explosive" one. So far it has only a working title - "fireworks". Figuratively in this model the universe can be represented in the form of slowly boiling, thick mess. In my view, dynamics might look like this: Clumps of matter emerge and energy release happens there. At this point a bubble is formed, pushing the matter around. A new bubble is formed nearby, and it pushes the matter which is next to it. As a result, here and there the bubbles burst just like firecrackers and the whole "mess" moving slowly gets slowly stirred. It will be shown below what a "mess" and the mechanism of the energy release are.

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