Jun 13 – 19, 2015
University of Alberta
America/Edmonton timezone
Welcome to the 2015 CAP Congress! / Bienvenue au congrès de l'ACP 2015!

Unified Theory of Forces

Jun 17, 2015, 7:06 PM
CCIS Ground Floor PCL lounge (University of Alberta)

CCIS Ground Floor PCL lounge

University of Alberta

Poster (Non-Student) / affiche (non-étudiant) Theoretical Physics / Physique théorique (DTP-DPT) DTP Poster Session with beer / Session d'affiches, avec bière DPT


Kaveh Mozafari (ExcellenSation)


We are pretty sure about four fundamental forces in the universe. Some of the forces are well behaved and can be explained in different context. Electromagnetism is among the well understood ones. On the other side, gravitational force seems to reveal different faces in various situation and trying to explain it in a unified theorem with other forces has not been successful yet. I have come to conclusion that all the fundamental forces - gravitational, weak, electromagnetism, and strong forces- are one single force. The force that I call spinning force. The spinning force is able explain all the forces and the way they behave in a single complex mathematical model. That is the gravitational force does not propagate in a straight line as it was proposed by classical physicists and it does not affect the imaginary fabric of space; rather the gravitational force proliferate in spinning fashion similar to all other forces . Furthermore, my explanation predicts that there should be more forces that can be result from these fundamental forces (as we call them now). The new force also explains the expansion of universe. Not to mentioned the new force has magnitude of exp(-1448) of strong force. Graphics and equations would make it clear why this force must exist and how it can have dual behaviour. One of the most important fact about these forces is they result from quantified shells of forces. That is at a certain point a new force will spring, which is by product of the previous forces.

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Kaveh Mozafari (ExcellenSation)

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