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QuantumNet's theory

  1. Nov 6, 2003 #1
    The Net Theory (again)

    If Minkowski were right (the inventor of the four coordinate system more or less) the universe should be a net in which threads exist. The net was not still in the beginning, either net moves against a point, or it moves from.
    Sink or source. Gravity would be an effect of the Heisenbergs relations and that masses have an expression in the room. This is partly my theory. And there are more.

    You can read my theory at: www.quantumnet-string.tk

    I can prove that the net has four coordinate and three dimension,
    the existence of strings etc.

    If only someone wanted to know.
     
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