The Universe That Emerged and Developed in a Causal Manner
Keywords:Emergence of the universe, Development of the universe, Big Bang Hypothesis, Causality, Anti-particles, Symmetry, sequential nature
The interpretation of the universe put forward in this series of research papers (30 papers in total) explains how the universe has emerged, developed, and will end in a causal and autonomous manner according to a single principle from start to finish. In other words, the emergence of all particles such as neutrinos, quarks, [the π-on group ( π^+,π^-,π^±,π^0 ) and the nucleon group (p ,p ̅ ,n,n ̅ )], and the 120 types of atomic nuclei as well as motive forces by which work physical forces such as "strong interaction," "weak interaction," the "electromagnetic force," and "gravity" are without exception the result of the causality between the 4 types of entities that existed in a single point at the emergence of the universe. Furthermore, this series of research papers will make clear how the universe has continuously developed according to causality and, in this way, has formed the entirety of today's universe, including all physical matter. This research will begin by proving the insight that there was nothing outside of the single point at the start of the universe. A consideration of the types of entities that existed in a single point at the start of the universe and of the causality between these entities will follow. If we assume that not even space existed outside of the universe, it is not possible for neutrinos and quarks to suddenly emerge, although the Standard Model advocates it is possible. As such, this research paper believes that the universe began by constructing space. That is, this series of research papers splits from the Standard Model right from the start of the universe.
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