International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Astronomy Science | India | Volume 6 Issue 4, April 2017


A Unique Similarity is There among Space, Mass, Energy, and Time. All Move in One Direction on Average with an Aim to Attain a State of Absolute Balance or State of Perfect Equilibrium. Why Time Slows Down Under the Influence of Mass?

Prasenjit Debnath [34]


Abstract: Space, mass, energy and the physical time are just different states of the same thing. There is a unique similarity among space, mass, energy and the physical time. All can be smoothly transformed into one another given minimal information of only one state to decode the state and the decoded state can be related with proper equations to evaluate equivalent the other three states of the Universe. The unique similarity of all four states, space, mass, energy and the physical time is that all four states move in one direction (say positive direction) of average with an aim to minimize the imbalance of the other states to attain a state of absolute balance or a state of perfect equilibrium. Thus, the space-mass-energy-time chemistry has a non-linear chaotic motion in the Universe. The non-linear chaotic motion of mass can be observable by psychology as it is the gifted ability to see masses in light, but unable to see the motions of space, energy and the physical time. This is where ambiguity lives in human psychology to decode the Universe. Because we are unable to see all the other three states, we need machine to be invented to observe them. There are also transformation constants to transform from one state to the other states and vice versa. In this paper we will discuss about the transformations among states and will evaluate some properties of the physical time.


Keywords: The states of the Universe, Smooth transformations among states, A state of absolute balance or a state of perfect equilibrium, A non-linear chaotic motion, Ambiguity of human psychology


Edition: Volume 6 Issue 4, April 2017,


Pages: 1372 - 1374


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