A Probabilistic Model of the Universe

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Scientific Paper
Title A Probabilistic Model of the Universe
Author(s) Salomon Borensztejn
Keywords graviton, determinism, probability, cause and effect, big bang, Hubble, order
Published 2006
Journal None


The probabilistic scientific model of the Universe proposes to reject the concept of determinism or causality, with the profit of the concept of chance, defined as a concept of probability with a universe of chance without causality. Far from being a factor of chaos or disorder, the chance is a factor of order and organization of the phenomena, on every scale. By its application, the theory of probabilities allows, a predictability of the phenomena. The probabilistic scientific theory of universe is against the anthropic principle and proposes that the concepts and the physical or biological theories of the universe (gravitation, quantum physics, constitution and evolution of organisms, etc...) are the phenomenological expression of the subjacent probabilistic structure of the universe. It proposes a new approach of the gravitation where the empty physical space, is filled with a field of gravitons, a source of the temporalist gravitation with finished range http://site.voila.fr/nobigbang (Chapter 9). This model explains the anomalous radial acceleration of Pioneer 10 and the Casimir effect. The first consequence of the probabilistic model of the universe is the refutation of the expansion of the universe and all that is attached to it (Big Bang, inflation, etc...). Other concepts, like the asymmetry and the specificity of time are proposed with a quantum constant To = 4.5546*1017 seconds (approximately 14.43 billion years), the value and the interpretation of the constant of Hubble Ho (67.71 Km/sec/Mpc), theoretically established in 1962, the disappearance of the 'age' of the universe, etc... The last data given by WMAP (February 2003) made it possible to fix the value of the constant Ho of Hubble at 68 Km/sec/Mpc what well confirms the temporalist value of Ho is 67.71 Km/sec/Mpc. The temporalist model proposes an interpretation of the origin of the dark matter. In the field of biological sciences, the scientific probabilistic model of the universe proposes a new interpretation of the biological evolution and of the natural selection, without finality, which integrates the Darwinian theory: A probabilistic model of the biological evolution: http://site.voila.fr/dinosaurs with 3 probabilistic examples of the biological evolution: 1) 5 mass extinctions (with the causes of the death of the Dinosaurs at border K/T), 2) the hominization 3) the increase of the PO2 PAL. The probabilistic model of the universe proposes a certain number of criteria as observable facts (Einstein) or falsifiability (Popper). The model of the universe without expansion and the probabilistic model of biological evolution are integrated within the general framework of a probabilistic model of the universe where the chance, defined as a factor of probability, is proposed as the underlying factor of the order and the organization of all the phenomena, physical, biological, etc..., on all the scales: http://site.voila.fr/probability.