01-22-09, 04:05 AM #1
Are physics constants universal in time and space ?
We use the function that gives positron - electron for temperature 2,73K( CMB radiation ). In that function we have the the rest of mass of electron and universal constants for 2,73K .What that function says to us ?
The CMB radiation comes from every were in sky , so the physics constants( in earth ) are every were in visible universe the same .
We do not know what about time . If CMB radiation is a radiation as all others we can say that for trillions years all constants were the same .If the radiation is not like others and we travel with that in a phenomenal like red shift then all constants are not constants in time ( this is an alternative theory ).
Are all that the proof of my theory ?
Constants are the same every were in universe like cmb radiation :read the function and see at sky
01-22-09, 06:55 AM #2
Some of what you are saying isn't clear to me.
The first word, "We"; who is "We"?
In the first sentence the phrase, "function that gives positron - electron for temperature"; are you talking about the cause of the CMBR being the annihilation of matter/antimatter as if there was symmetry breaking associated with the initial cause of the CMBR?
In the first paragraph are you talking about the Big Bang and temperatures initially at billions of degrees that have fallen over to the current measurements of the CMBR, or are you talking about your alternative theory that the temperature started at 2.7 degrees and has remained constant.
Anyway, what is clearer is that you are talking about the effect of time. Are you saying that if the time frame of the history of our universe was not 13.7 billion years, but instead was trillions of years, then the physics at work would be different? What are you saying about how the physics would be different? How does expansion of the universe differ between standard cosmology and your theory?
01-22-09, 03:07 PM #3
The only thing that comes from the function is that every were in universe the physics constants are the same .The function has not time and not discribe an evolution .But this function will give temperatute of plank if we accept that gravity and electricity force are equal in some system. That function has not time . But that function gives plank 's temperature if we input the hypothesis that gravity force is equal( contrary ) to electric force.
The basic principle of physics of constants says that constants are the same every were and all the time .That's I believe for the time being .
Really if the temperature of cmb radiation is universal constant it's dificult to accept the bing bang .Also at high energies the constants are the same .
May be the universe is an open system and in balance .
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