The "Theory of Everything" is a set of theories that explain the basic laws of the universe.
Based on the curvature of spacetime discovered by Einstein in the 1910's, the "Spacetime Model"
is an extension of General Relativity to all the components of the universe.
Therefore, the Spacetime Model may be considered as a Theory of Everything.
This Theory of Everything is fully compatible with the most recent experimentations and solves up to 50 enigmas
of Modern Physics.
To improve readability, the Spacetime Model is divided in five parts:
The following sections show three examples of the content of the Theory of Everything "the Spacetime Model".
Mass and Gravitation
A Theory of Everything must solve the enigma "What are mass and gravitation?".
The Spacetime Model demonstrates that the curvature of spacetime is not concave but convex.
The latter exerts a pressure on the surface of massive objects.
So, gravitation would not be an attractive force as we think, but a pressure force
exerted by spacetime on objects that tends to bring them closer to each other.
Gravitation gives identical results.
For example, a pressure on one side of a sheet of paper is identical to an attraction on the other side.
What is Matter?
A Theory of Everything must also explain the nature of matter.
However, before doing this, we must solve the wave-particle duality.
Matter presents the particularity of having a wave and particle behavior.
This phenomenon is known as the wave-particle duality.
Since the 1900's, this enigma has still not been solved.
The Spacetime Model gives a simple solution to this enigma.
It means that the duality only appears in this particular situation where the particle, the wave, and the medium
have the same constitution
The knowledge of the wave-particle duality mechanism is very important because it leads directly to the
knowledge of matter.
Indeed, "If we find the nature of medium or waves, we will know, by deduction, the constitution of particles,
Where is Antimatter in the Universe?
A Theory of Everything must indicate where is located antimatter in the universe.
The Spacetime Model gives a logical and rational solution to this enigma.
The table below concerns some isobars A = 16 : beryllium, boron, carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine, neon.
This table can be extended to all nuclei of the universe, isotops/isobars included.
The last two columns show the number of electrons and positrons in each atom, i.e. 32 here.
The detail of calculus is given in Part 2.
As we see, each atom has exactly the same number of electrons and positrons, which is 2A (A = atomic number).
This means that antimatter is not located in the deep universe but ... under our eyes, in quarks.
This rule is successfully applied to the 2930 known nuclei.
The success of this theory is not 99,99% but 100%.
Therefore, this part of the Theory of Everything "The Spacetime Model" is not a pure speculation as we could
think, but a reality.
PDFs and URLs of the
This Theory of Everything, the Spacetime Model, is available in five PDFs of 40-80 pages each,
combined in a book of 270 pages.
These documents can be downloaded from any of the following websites.