München 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm
EP 9.1: Poster
Donnerstag, 21. März 2019, 16:30–19:00, Durchgangshalle
The Elementary Particle of Dark Matter Forming the Gosset Lattice — •Ole Rademacker1 and Hans-Otto Carmesin1,2,3 — 1Gymnasium Athenaeum, Harsefelder Straße 40, 21680 Stade — 2Universität Bremen, Fachb. 1, Pf. 330440, 28334 Bremen — 3Studienseminar Stade, Bahnhofstraße 5, 21682 Stade
An equivalence principle is elaborated and founded. With it a third development of H.-O. Carmesins theory of quantum gravity is presented. The theory combines quantum physics with general relativity and is based on three numerical inputs only: the constants G, c and h (Carmesin, H.-O. (2018): A Model for the Dynamics of Space - Expedition to the Early Universe. PhyDid B, p. 1-9. Carmesin, H.-O. (May 2018): Entstehung dunkler Materie durch Gravitation, Model for the Dynamics of Space and the Emergence of Dark Matter. Berlin: Verlag Dr. Köster. Carmesin, H.-O. (July 2018): Entstehung dunkler Energie durch Quantengravitation, Universal Model for the Dynamics of Space, Dark Matter and Dark Energy. Carmesin, H.-O. (November 2018): Entstehung der Raumzeit durch Quantengravitation, Theory for the Emergence of Space, Dark Matter, Dark Energy and Space-Time. Berlin: Verlag Dr. Köster.). The most stable local solution of that theory is elaborated and identified with the elementary particle of dark matter. It forms the Gosset lattice or E8 lattice at the ground state. Corresponding phonons can in principle be observed with gravitational waves. The total amount of mass formed by the novel elementary particle is in accurate accordance with the observed total mass of dark matter in the universe, whereby the difference is 0.23 % only.