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Current science is shrouded in a veil darkness of unknowns, be it Dark Energy propelling an accelerating universe or Dark Matter preventing galaxies from exploding outwards. Theories abound, but like political conspiracies, they invariably lead down even darker alleys of conjectures without the light of evidential proofs. But now one theory has lit up the cosmic skies with predictions and calculations that can be compared to measureable data to prove the guilt or innocence of the facts. That theory is based on the ultimate super-symmetric model of Twin Universes, where there exists in the parallel realms identical quantity of everything, but with opposite polarities, leading to a thermodynamically zero-balanced universal cosmos.
Topics on this revolutionary new science are covered in the Special Issue of the American Journal of Modern Physics entitled “New Science Light Path on Cosmological Dark Matters.” Leading author Dr. Leong Ying uses this model to elucidate through measureable predictions the mechanism of the expanding universe due to stellar nuclear fusion occurring on the opposing dual universe, and makes further numeric calculations that correctly determines the observed ratio of matter-to-antimatter. The theory can even plausibly explain why protons are stable and the spooky phenomenon of quantum entanglement, and resolves the singularity conundrum of Black Holes. Mathematical foundation and support of the Twin Universe theory are provided by Dr. Santilli’s Isodual and Dr. Vougiouklis’s Hyperstructure formulations.
A special issue edition includes an article on the experimental instruments and techniques based on high-energy gamma spectroscopy that are part of the on-going research into these dark cosmological unknowns, and will ultimately contribute to either the proof or dismissal of the Twin Universes. On the opposite scale of particle physics, the boosted energy of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN will be focused on discovering the secrets of super-symmetry, which again can experimentally support or deny the claims of dual parallel existence. So just as the new science of Newton and Einstein brought about renaissance in their era, so this new science of Twin Universes may well be the ultimate revolution to come.
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