Oliver Thewalt

    Oliver Thewalt

    Theoretical Physics | Quantum Biology | Dark Matter Research | Energy Consulting | Creation of Hydrogen ATOM in the Higgs Field >> Vote for Nobel Prize

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    The quest for Dark Matter, Topomatter and Symmetry within Maths and the Higgs Boson

    Is it possible that our Mathematics is related to white (ordinary) matter/energy especially? Is there a reason outside maths that you cannot solve a quintic equation (x^5) by radicals but by group theory?

    As this article states, symmetry is the reason! What if dark matter is different there? What if space is different at other localities in the universe?

    x^5 is applicable to the 5th dimension! The radical delivers no inverse there, has this something to do with angles in a circle? The circle number Pi is NOT a constant in the universe?

    We can derive the working hypothesis that there is (at least in this part of the universe) more matter than antimatter (or as I called it "topomatter": space topology matter) because symmetries in space are varying, in the so-called Dark Matter-part of the universe, there is at least more probability for the occurence of Dark Matter, because there are dynamic asymmetries in the universe. This would explain why we may find Dark Matter in the white matter part of the universe as well.

    Antimatter in the universe is NOT annihilating with its antipartner because of space topology that works like a partition and because it is shielded.


    An interesting question is why antimatter and the fermions are stable although there is an adequate amount of antipartners in order to react with for the annihilation process in space.

    Is there an electromagnetic 'shield' to prevent this process or is space topology preventing this or both? Is there any annihilation process anyway or just squeezing out energy from ordinary white matter? are we talking about antimatter or 'topomatter' (space topology matter)? Are there (hidden) dimensions within space itself?

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    The Secret Ancient History Of The Higgs Search


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