Cosmic vacuum and Quantum gravity (scheme)
1 - All cosmic stuff (galaxies, dark matter, virtual particles, antimatter etc.)
are in the cosmic vacuum which has very cold temperature: T=0K
And the detected matter in the Universe is so small
(the average density of all substances in the Universe is approximately
p=10^-30 g/sm^3) that this matter cannot ‘close’ the Universe
into a sphere and therefore the Universe as whole is ‘open’ --- flat.
2 – Gravity (of stars and planets) is the effect of masses and energy which
arises from Quantum gravity (quantum masses + quantum energy).
3 - The primary quantum masses are Boltzmann constants:
k-molar – masses (S=klogW). The primary k-molar particle is: R/N= k.
4 - The primary quantum energy is Planck's quantum of action (h)
The primary energy is E=h*f
5 - The energy (electromagnetic force) is approximately 10^39 - 10^41
times stronger than the gravitational masses - field.
6 - Their interaction is going as E=hf > E= kT logW, as a process
between superconductivity and superfluidity.
7 - As the result of such action the molar-mass particles (k) change
their state and become the first chemical element known by name "helium-4"
(T=2,17K) and the next chemical element will be helium-3 (T=3.19 K) . . .
Helium-4 and He-3 are superfluid liquids and don't have resistance . . .
(Kapitza / Landau experiment)
8 - Later all systems became rotated and the rotation of He-4 and He-3
are different from all others known liquids. He-4 and He-3 rotate as
some hard elastic strings.
(E.L. Andronikashvili experiment).
In their movement the hard elastic strings of He-4 and He-3 break
on small pieces known as ion-hydrogen (T=20,5K).
9 - From each state to another the temperature get bigger and bigger
( plazma - nuclear reactions ) . . . star formation (different chemical elements)
10 - Over time, some stars cool down and as a result of cooling
on most comfortable planets life has appeared.