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  1. Cosmic numbers and rotation of the metagalaxy

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    Muradyan, R.M.

    1976-01-01

    The well known ''cosmological coincidences'' of Stewart and Dirac relating fundamental constants of micro- and megaphysics are discussed. It is shown that the relations can be derived on the basis of the hypothesis on possible rotation of Metagalaxy. A new relation for the angular momentum of Metagalaxy is obtained

  2. Method of investigating the structures of observed groups of objects of the Galaxy and Metagalaxy

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    Kudryavtsev, S.M.

    1985-01-01

    The random quantities-geometrical characteristics of a group of objects are proposed for estimating the reality and investigating the visible structure features of galactic and metagalactic fields. The method was applied for solving the problem of reality of the stellar Orion and Aquila rings. One comes to the conclusion: the Orion ring is real and the Aquila ring can be a consequense of illusion

  3. On the transparency of the metagalaxy to ultrahigh-energy gamma rays

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    Aharonyan, F.A.; Vardanyan, V.V.

    1987-01-01

    The electron-photon shower production in the field of the microwave background radiation (MBR) is considered. The absolute flux of ultrahigh-energy cascade gamma-rays (E>or approx.5X10 19 eV), resulting from the Π-meson photoproduction in the field of the MBR is obtained

  4. Cosmical coincidences and the Dirac-cosmos

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    Treder, H.J.

    1984-09-01

    The cosmical coincidences given by the relations between macro- and microphysical quantities suggest a manifold of small bangs and not universal big bang in the evolution of the meta-galaxy. An approximative model of such universe may be the Dirac-cosmos. The hypothesis is discussed that the small bangs are the relations of the super-galaxies. In this cases there are to be found two different values of the Hubble-parameter according to the differently evolutionary scenaries for the meta-galaxis and for super-galaxies.

  5. В поисках альтернативы (Новая космологическая концепция без «Большого Взрыва»

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    Джахая Л. Г.

    2015-02-01

    Full Text Available Metagalaxy in finite spatial and temporal boundaries is qualitatively certain material formation, a single, coherent financial system in the boundless expanse of the universe. Material substrate is Metagalaxy metagalactic vacuum as a real physical environment and the arena of action of all material processes in the Metagalaxy. In Metagalaxy there are two types of interactions: gravity and electromagnetism are two excited states Metagalactic vacuum, all the other interactions ("weak", "strong" are the consequence of these two fundamental interactions. Inertial motion of the real weight in a vacuum explains the paradox of d'Alembert-Euler, and gravity - "rolling up" in the "potential well" real masses and "black holes". The main feature of the metagalactic vacuum is its unequal optical density. In addition to the local optical inhomogeneities with the index of refraction greater than unity (n>1, the giant optical inhomogeneity is all metagalactic vacuum, with a maximum optical density (nmax in the center of Metagalaxy, c (n =1 "here" and "now" ("Time of Life " and then to (n <1 on the periphery of the Metagalaxy and s (n = 0 at its edge. At the heart of the author's cosmological model is based on two laws: the creation of pairs of particles and antiparticles in strong gravitational fields of rotating "cosmological black holes" and the Magnus effect. It's enough to born neutron-antineutrons páry, they scatter in opposite directions, and neutrons, according to the Magnus effect, go into outer space, and be absorbed antineutrons "black hole", all the remaining particles are obtained in the beta decay of a neutron into a proton, an electron and antineutrinos and is ready hydrogen. This calibration will gather around the "cosmological black hole" isotopes of hydrogen atoms (75% and helium (25%, which will form protogalaxies - on the principle of "one cosmological black hole - one protogalaxy" with a primary hydrogen-helium cloud, it is ejected from

  6. Double unification of particles with fields and electricity with gravity in non-empty space of continuous complex energies

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    Bulyzhenkov Igor E.

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Non-empty space reading of Maxwell equations as local energy identities explains why a Coulomb field is carried rigidly by electrons in experiments. The analytical solution of the Poisson equation defines the sharp radial shape of charged elementary densities which are proportional to continuous densities of electric self-energy. Both Coulomb field and radial charge densities are free from energy divergences. Non-empty space of electrically charged mass-energy can be described by complex analytical densities resulting in real values for volume mass integrals and in imaginary values for volume charge integrals. Imaginary electric charges in the Newton gravitational law comply with real Coulomb forces. Unification of forces through complex charges rids them of radiation self-acceleration. Strong gravitational fields repeal probe bodies that might explainthe accelerated expansion of the dense Metagalaxy. Outward and inward spherical waves form the standing wave process within the radial carrier of complex energy.

  7. Long GRBs sources population non-uniformity

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    Arkhangelskaja, Irene

    Long GRBs observed in the very wide energy band. It is possible to separate two subsets of GRBs with high energy component (E > 500 MeV) presence. First type events energy spectra in low and high energy intervals are similar (as for GRB 021008) and described by Band, power law or broken power law models look like to usual bursts without emission in tens MeV region. For example, Band spectrum of GRB080916C covering 6 orders of magnitude. Second ones contain new additional high energy spectral component (for example, GRB 050525B and GRB 090902B). Both types of GRBs observed since CGRO mission beginning. The low energy precursors existence are typical for all types bursts. Both types of bursts temporal profiles can be similar in the various energy regions during some events or different in other cases. The absence of hard to soft evolution in low energy band and (or) presence of high energy precursors for some events are the special features of second class of GRBs by the results of preliminary data analysis and this facts gives opportunities to suppose differences between these two GRBs subsets sources. Also the results of long GRB redshifts distribution analysis have shown its shape contradiction to uniform population objects one for our Metagalaxy to both total and various redshifts definition methods GRBs sources samples. These evidences allow making preliminary conclusion about non-uniformity of long GRBs sources population.

  8. Hubble expansion in a Euclidean framework

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    Alfven, H.

    1979-01-01

    There now seems to be strong evidence for a non-cosmological interpretation of the QSO redshift - in any case, so strong that it is of interest to investigate the consequences. The purpose of this paper is to construct a model of the Hubble expansion which is as far as possible from the conventional Big Bang model without coming in conflict with any well-established observational results (while introducing no new laws of physics). This leads to an essentially Euclidean metagalactic model (see Table I) with very little mass outside one-third or half of the Hubble radius. The total kinetic energy of the Hubble expansion need only to be about 5% of the rest mass energy. Present observations support backwards in time extrapolation of the Hubble expansion to a 'minimum size galaxy' Rsub(m), which may have any value in 0 26 cm. Other arguments speak in favor of a size close to the upper value, say Rsub(m) = 10 26 cm (Table II). As this size is probably about 100 times the Schwarzschild limit, an essentially Euclidean description is allowed. The kinetic energy of the Hubble expansion may derive from an intense QSO-like activity in the minimum size metagalaxy, with an energy release corresponding to the annihilation of a few solar masses per galaxy per year. Some of the conclusions based on the Big Bang hypothesis are criticized and in several cases alternative interpretations are suggested. A comparison between the Euclidean and the conventional models is given in Table III. (orig.)