Alexander A. Ermolitski. Crystal spheres and a geometric concept of the world
Submitted on: Jul 08, 2013, 11:59:05
Natural Sciences / Physics / Mathematical Physics
Description: A geometric concept of the world (W) is considered where the manifold W is identified with a locally trivial fibre bundle pr: W -> U of so-called "crystal spheres" over a manifold U called the "universal time". For every point p belonging to U, M^n =pr^(-1) (p) is a n-dimensional crystal sphere and close crystal spheres are called the "parallel universes". There exists a geometric black hole on the smooth manifold M^n. Tensor fields, fibre bundles, operators (physical structures and equations) can be deformed towards the black hole into continuous and sectionally smooth those, further, they can be retracted together with the black hole into a small black ball to initiate the Big Bang.
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