Evidence for a Steady-State, Holographic, Tachyonic and Super-Symmetric Cosmology
|Title||Evidence for a Steady-State, Holographic, Tachyonic and Super-Symmetric Cosmology|
|Keywords||cosmology, dimensional analysis, space-time, holography, inverse anthropic principle|
A simple -free physics gives a length m, complying with the Lema?tre-Hubble radius, while a -free electro-gravito-weak dimensional analysis gives a time 13.7 billion years , to . Firstly, the -formula is given by the gravitational version of the electric Haas model, which predicted twice the -free Bohr radius. So, the main Large-Number Correlation could be interpreted by considering the observable Universe as a giant gravitational Hydrogen molecule, and even a ?Black Atom?, for which a simple quantum argument makes the known estimate precise to . The -formula writes down as a 1D-2D Holography whose 3D term involves the Cosmic Background and the wavelengths by another -free relation, showing up the Z and W wavelengths, suggesting a cosmic role to the super-symmetric Zino and Wino. The -formula also ties atomic and cosmic holographies, where the cosmic 2D one identifies with the Bekenstein-Hawking observable Universe entropy, while the 3D one shows up the electron classical radius, its extension to 1D meaning criticality, and introducing a space quantum m. Secondly, the time 13.7 billion years is given by the elimination of ? ? between the formal gravitational, weak, and electric energies, while the intermediary gravito-weak time spawns the Kotov non-D?ppler cosmic period 9600.6(1) s, ( -precision limited). The -formula also enters a Canonic Holographic System, which ties the main physical parameters to the basic numbers and . Thus the ?temporal? anthropic arguments and the Multiverse hypothesis are no longer necessary to constrain the physical parameters: an ultimate tachyonic theory must exist, with a steady-state cosmology. The role of , and in the optimal musical scales, and the appearance of the huge number , a relation defining the natural base , suggests the existence of a holographic computing Grandcosmos of radius m.