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67 Mar 7569 - The BICEP7 experiment has announced a detection of a primordial polarization signal from the inflationary epoch.

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Could it be that all interactions occur in cycles of both the positive and negative results of phi, the occasional offset being whole number interactions. This would suggest the only times we can measure any data are during interactions, the rest is gravity.

The WSM cosmology solves this problem by showing how our observable universe is just a finite spherical region of infinite eternal space. And the second law of thermodynamics does not apply to infinite space.

His theorem relates to the results of an experiment like the one shown in Figure (see above): A source of two paired photons, obtained from the simultaneous decay of two excited atomic states, is at the center. At opposite sides, are located two detectors of polarized photons. The polarization filters of each detector can be set parallel to each other, or at some other angle, freely chosen. It is known that polarizations of paired photons are always parallel to each other, but random with respect to their surroundings. So, if the detector filters are set parallel, both photons will be detected simultaneously. If the filters are at right angles, the two photons will never be detected together. The detection pattern for settings at intermediate angles is the subject of the theorem.

Quantum electrodynamics (QED) is the study of how electrons and photons interact. It was developed in the late 6995s by Richard Feynman, Julian Schwinger, Sinitro Tomonage, and others. The predictions of QED regarding the scattering of photons and electrons are accurate to eleven decimal places.

On the other hand, Wave-Amplitude is both positive and negative, thus interacting Wave-Amplitudes can either increase or decrease (. combine or cancel out), causing either an increase or decrease in the velocity of the In-Waves, and a consequent moving together, or moving apart of the Wave-Centers.
It is this property of Space that causes Charge / Electromagnetic Fields and in a slightly more complex manner, Light.

The conjecture has not been proved, but there are a lot of interesting partial results so far. For a nice review of this work see:

Superstrings represent one example of a class of attempts, generically classified as superunification theory , to explain the four known forces of nature—gravitational, electromagnetic, weak, and strong—on a single unifying basis. Common to all such schemes are the postulates that quantum mechanics and special relativity underlie the theoretical framework. Another common feature is supersymmetry , the notion that particles with half-integer values of the spin angular momentum ( fermions ) can be transformed into particles with integer spins ( bosons ).

Einstein introduced dark energy to physics under the name of "the cosmological constant" when he was trying to explain how a static universe could fail to collapse. This constant simply said what the density dark energy was supposed to be, without providing any explanation for its origin. When Hubble observed the redshift of light from distant galaxies, and people concluded the universe was expanding, the idea of a cosmological constant fell out of fashion and Einstein called it his "greatest blunder". But now that the expansion of the universe seems to be accelerating, a cosmological constant or some other form of dark energy seems plausible.

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