Research Paper | Physics | India | Volume 9 Issue 6, June 2020
The Eternal Original Fundamental Particle of the Universe
Till now, There are found four fundamental forces in the Nature/universe. They are, (1) Gravity, (2) The Weak Force, (3) Electromagnetism and (4) The Strong Force. But, since 2000, thinking on the most original, eternal, fundamental particles, it is found by the author through meditation of octo-microscopic nature, (1) self-conscious, (2) Intellect, (3) Mind, (4) Space, and Principle Properties of each of the following, (5) Air, (6) Light, (7) Water, (8) Earth; from the Modern Science and the Hindu Phylosophy particularly, Shri Mad BhagWad Geeta. that, there must be some fundamental ever existing original particles as building blocks of the Nature, the Universe. Yethakashashthito nityam Vayuh? means as there is air always attached to space, all objects and events in the universe are attached to the space. Space is also self conscious as per the Geeta. The Dark Energy matter in astronomy corresponds to the Vayuh in Geeta. Something moving is energy, Dark photons, always in motion in space is energy and that's the Dark Energy in space. The particles of the Dark Energy are named 'Dark Photons' by the author. These particles represent all above fundamental four forces of the nature and also the properties of mass, electricity and magnetism, And a mesh of neutral field lines which, assume any field according to respective particles coming into existence in space-Domains. It is Idol Ganapati who presented all these Principles, First ever known and worshiped in Hindu-Aryan culture. All each of the Bosons like Higgs Particle are constituted from combining the fundamental particles into respective bunches.
Keywords: Fundamental Forces, Dark Energy, Dark Photon, Strange G
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 6, June 2020
Pages: 1166 - 1170
How to Cite this Article?
Dadarao Dhone, "The Eternal Original Fundamental Particle of the Universe", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=SR20620133142, Volume 9 Issue 6, June 2020, 1166 - 1170
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