Developed in previous papers [1, 2, 3, 4, 5], the “doubling” (of space and time) theory uses finite horizons of several virtual space‐times which are embedded within the observable space‐time. A specific fundamental movement creates imperceptible time instants (called “temporal openings”) in the time flow. Considering different scale levels, it modifies the perception of the time flow and gives to each horizon instantaneous potential futures. This theory explains the cyclical planetary movement in the solar system, the entanglement between particles, the dissymmetry of matter/antimatter and the existence of the dark matter and dark energy. It can also calculate “for the first time” universal constants: the speed of light and the fine structure constant.
The Doubling Theory: Dark Matter and Dark Energy Finally Explained, Speed of Light and Fine Structure Constant Calculated for the First Time
Jean‐Pierre Garnier Malet; The Doubling Theory: Dark Matter and Dark Energy Finally Explained, Speed of Light and Fine Structure Constant Calculated for the First Time. AIP Conf. Proc. 30 September 2010; 1281 (1): 852–855. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3498621
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