Basic Concept of 3-Dimensional Spiral String Theory (3D-SST)
|Title||Basic Concept of 3-Dimensional Spiral String Theory (3D-SST)|
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|Author(s)||Vladimir B Ginzburg|
|Journal||Proceedings of the NPA|
|No. of pages||12|
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According to the 3-Dimensional Spiral String Theory (3D-SST), at the core of the universe are two polarized spacetime spiral string entities called toryces and helyces that form elementary mass and radiation particles respectively. Polarization of toryces is a result of a topological inversion of their spacetimes that enables them to absorb and release energy. Elementary mass particles are created from toryces by following the universal conservation laws. Helyces are created when their parental toryces are transferred from higher to lower quantum energy states. Depending on the type of their parental toryces, the helyces form elementary radiation particles having various frequencies and propagating at either luminal or superluminal velocities. The radiation particles are responsible for exchange of energy and communication between the matter particles. Physical properties of toryces and helyces are directly related to their spacetime properties. The theory requires a new interpretation of zero, number line and trigonometry.