Principles and Structure of the Real Multiverse: Explanation of Dark Matter and Dark Energy Phenomena
Many hypotheses of the Multiverse have been suggested; however, they are so extraordinary that the Universes they include will never – even in the most distant future – be accessible for people. That is, they will always remain non-existent. Therefore, the hypothesis of the real Multiverse is suggested, where parallel Universes comply with the similarity principle, that is, the laws of nature governing them have much in common. This circumstance enables the inhabitants of this Multiverse to visit parallel Universes. The suggested Multiverse hypothesis relies on the adjusted special theory of relativity (the STR), where the ambiguity of the second postulate is eliminated by removing the statements on the unbreakable light speed barrier and on imaginary numbers having no physical meaning. The fact that imaginary numbers have physical meaning is supported by a theoretical and experimental investigation of oscillation processes in linear electric circuits. Since mathematics is a common and unambiguous language of science, the principle of the physical reality of imaginary numbers must be accepted as the general scientific one, true, in particular, for the STR. It is demonstrated that the Multiverse hypothesis suggested herein explains the phenomenon of the dark matter and the dark energy.
Alexander Alexandrovich Antonov,
Principles and Structure of the Real Multiverse: Explanation of Dark Matter and Dark Energy Phenomena, American Journal of Modern Physics.
Vol. 4, No. 1,
2015, pp. 1-9.
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