The universe: Boiling ‘bouillon’ of quantons

Theory of Superunification

Theory of Superunification: The universe: Boiling ‘bouillon’ of quantons

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Contents

1. Introduction

2. ‘Bouillon’ from quantons

3. How to weld elementary particles

4. Return to thelight-bearing (luminiferous) medium

5. Gravity. Inertia. Black holes

6. Anti-gravitation.Minus mass. White holes

7. Problem of time. Chronal fields

8. Who lights up stars?

9. Superstrings

10 Main problems of modern physics

11. Problems of inflationary theory

References

In my studies, the problems of cosmology are considered only indirectly because the main direction of investigations had been the development of the theory of Superunification of fundamental interactions: gravitation, electromagnetism,nuclear and electroweak forces, and also investigations of the physics of elementary particles (their structure) as open quantummechanical systems. The applied field of research is the development of new energy and cosmic technologies,gravitational communication channels. At the same time, the development of the theory of Superunification enables new knowledge to be applied to inflationary cosmology. I should mention that the well-known Russian physicist Andrei Dmitrievich Linde works in this area at the Stanford University in the USA [1–4]. In particular, his lecture ‘Inflation, quantum cosmology and anthropic principle’, delivered at the conference devoted to the 90 years birthday of the well-known theoretical physicist John Wheeler, has been used as the starting point for my comments in the area of quantum cosmology. It appears that the inflationary theory may be also useful in describing the quantisation of the universe at the moment of its birth.