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Potential Role of the Entanglement Velocity of 1023 m·s-1 to Accommodate Recent Measurements of Large Scale Structures of the Universe

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The aggregate of m7·s-1 from the product of the four geometric terms for increasing dimensions of a closed path (a circle) when set equal to the optimal combinations of the gravitational constant G and the universe’s mass, length and time results in a diffusivity term of 1023 m·s-1. Conversion of the total energy of the universe to volts per meter and Tesla results in a velocity of the same order of magnitude. The required f6 multiplication to balance the terms solves optimally for a frequency that when divided by the modified Planck’s value is the equivalent upper limit of the rest mass of a photon. Several experimental times associated with orbital distances for inertial frames are consistent with this velocity. Calculations indicate that during the final epoch the velocity from the energy derived from universal potential difference over length and magnetic fields will require only a unit frequency adjustment that corresponds to the energy equivalent of one orbit of a Bohr electron. We suggest that one intrinsic process by which large scale structures (Gigaparsec) are organized could involve this “entanglement velocity”. It would be correlated with the transformation of “virtual” or subthreshold values of the upper rest mass of photons to their energetic manifestation as the universe emerges from dark energy or matter that is yet to appear.

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Periodical:
International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 42)
Pages:
106-112
DOI:
10.18052/www.scipress.com/ILCPA.42.106
Citation:
M. A. Persinger and S. A. Koren, "Potential Role of the Entanglement Velocity of 1023 m·s-1 to Accommodate Recent Measurements of Large Scale Structures of the Universe", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 42, pp. 106-112, 2015
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Dec 2014
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