Dragoi, Andrei-Lucian M.
October 30, 2019
a relative big G (Newtonian gravitational constant [G]), a variable quantum big G and a finite mass ambitus of our universe (OU),
This paper proposes a simple "Mirrored" Universe (toy-)Model (MUM) based on a relative big G (Newtonian gravitational constant [G]), a variable quantum big G and a finite mass ambitus of our universe (OU), with far reaching implications leading to new paths beyond the Standard model (SM) of particle physics (PP) and Einstein’s General Relativity (EGR). MUM also (empirically) predicts: (1) the total mass of all possible known and unknown life forms (LFs) from our observable universe (ObU); (2) a very strong quantum gravitational field (QGF) acting inside elementary particles (EPs); (3) an average non-zero radii of all known EPs; (4) that a nucleon (proton/neutron) and generally an atomic nucleus can be regarded as a binary logarithmic "map" of OU AND OU can be considered a binary exponential map/expansion of a standard nucleon or atomic nucleus;