New Explanation on Essence of Quantum Phenomena and Interactions and the Gravitational Action in Cosmic Continuum Theory

International Journal of Applied Physics
© 2020 by SSRG - IJAP Journal
Volume 7 Issue 3
Year of Publication : 2020
Authors : Xijia Wang

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Xijia Wang, "New Explanation on Essence of Quantum Phenomena and Interactions and the Gravitational Action in Cosmic Continuum Theory," SSRG International Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 7,  no. 3, pp. 88-96, 2020. Crossref,


According to the cosmic continuum hypothesis, the universe is a continuum consisting of an existence continuum and an existing dimension continuum. The existence of a continuum is composed of mass bodies, energy bodies, and dark mass bodies. The existing dimension of the continuum is composed of space, time, and dark space. Space, time, and dark space are the existing dimensions of mass bodies, energy bodies, and dark mass bodies. The coupling energy quantum is the quantum that acts as a link between particles, quantum, and dark particles. It can be deduced from the axiom system of Cosmic Continuum: the essence of interactions is the change of coupling energy quantum. The essence of quantum phenomena is the interaction between holographic particles. Among the four interactions, the only gravitation sources are the three existing mass, energy, and dark mass quantities. Other interaction sources are qualitative quantities that characterize the interaction, such as electric charge, color charge, and weak charge. Therefore, the change of the coupling energy quantum in gravity action will cause the change of the existing quantity, which will cause the corresponding change of the existence dimension time, space, and dark space. This is the physical mechanism of space-time bending revealed by Einstein in Relativity. The so-called gravitational wave is a phenomenon of energy radiation caused by the energy quantum change between particles, quantum, and dark particles. The coupling energy quantum change will only cause the corresponding changes in qualitative quantity of electric charge, color charge, and weak charge in other interactions.


Cosmic Continuum; Axiomatic physics; Coupling energy quantum; Quantum non-locality; Gravitational action


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