The Basic Space-Time Equation of the Universe (Cosmic Dynamics)

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Scientific Paper
Title The Basic Space-Time Equation of the Universe (Cosmic Dynamics)
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Author(s) Peter Kohut
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Published 2010
Journal Proceedings of the NPA
Volume 7
No. of pages 5
Pages 260-264

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Abstract

The elementary building unit of the Universe - quantum connection of opposite poles (quantum dipole) represents the elementary quantum of space. The Universe pulsates thanks to its dialectic contradiction between attraction and repulsion. The cosmic expansion is caused by systematic expelling of new quantum dipoles accompanied with the transition of the Universe from one quantum state to the next by elementary quantum jump, which represents the elementary quantum of time. This fact can be expressed by simple space-time equation of the Universe, which has important consequences and enables to calculate such cosmic characteristics like mass and energy of the Universe, its volume, average density, radius of cosmic curvature and others.