Volume 20: Pages 346-359, 2007
A Solution to the Cosmological Constant, Dark Matter, and Dark Energy Problems
Avtar Singh 1
1Center for Horizons Research, 11608 Birch Spring Court, Cupertino, California 95014 U.S.A.
A new mathematical model, the gravity nullification model, is proposed that integrates the missing physics of the spontaneous relativistic conversion of mass to energy with the existing physics theories, specifically a simplified general theory of relativity. Mechanistic mathematical expressions are derived for a relativistic universe expansion that predict both the observed linear Hubble expansion in the nearby universe and the accelerating expansion exhibited by the supernova observations. The integrated model addresses the key questions haunting physics and cosmology due to the missing physics from existing theories. It also provides a fresh perspective on the misconceived birth and evolution of the universe, especially the creation and dissolution of matter. The proposed model eliminates singularities from existing models as well as eliminating the need for incredible and unverifiable assumptions such as the superluminous inflation scenario, multiple universes, multiple dimensions, and quantum gravity. Predictions of the model show a close agreement with the recent observations of the universe. The integrated model is shown to resolve the singularities, paradoxes, and inconsistencies related to the current theories — quantum mechanics and general relativity.
Keywords: dark matter, relativity, dark energy, big‐bang model, universe
Received: August 13, 2004; Published Online: May 26, 2009