Chemical Cosmology (Hardback)
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Chemical Cosmology (Hardback)

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The composition of the most remote objects brought into view by the Hubble telescope can no longer be reconciled with the nucleogenesis of standard cosmology and the alternative explanation, in terms of the -Cold-Dark-Matter model, has no recognizable chemical basis. A more rational scheme, based on the chemistry and periodicity of atomic matter, opens up an exciting new interpretation of the cosmos in terms of projective geometry and general relativity.

The response of atomic structure to environmental pressure predicts non-Doppler cosmical redshifts and equilibrium nucleogenesis by --particle addition, in accord with observed periodic variation of nuclear abundance.

Inferred cosmic self similarity elucidates the Bode -Titius law, general commensurability in the solar system and the occurrence of quantum phenomena on a cosmic scale.

The generalized periodic function involves both matter and anti-matter in an involuted mapping to a closed projective plane. This topology ensures the same symmetrical balance in a chiral universe, wrapped around an achiral vacuum interface, without singularities.

A new cosmology emerges, based on the theory of projective relativ-ity, presented here as a translation of Veblen's original German text. Not only does it provide a unification of gravity, electromagnetism and quantum theory, through gauge invariance, but also supports the solution of the gravitational field equations, obtained by Goedel for a rotating universe.

The appearance of an Einstein-Rosen bridge as outlet from a black hole, into conjugate anti-space, accounts for globular clusters, quasars, cosmic radiation, -ray bursters, pulsars, radio sources and other re-gions of plasma activity.

The effects of a multiply-connected space-time manifold on observa-tions in an Euclidean tangent space are unpredictable and a complete re-assessment of the size and structure of the universe is indicated.

The target readership includes scientists, as well as non-scientists - everybody with a scientific or philosophical interest in cosmology and, especially those cosmologists and mathematicians with the ability to recast the crude ideas presented here into appropriate mathematical models.

Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9789048138272
Number of pages: 419
Weight: 1008 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 28 mm
Edition: 2010 ed.

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