München 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm
EP 9.2: Poster
Donnerstag, 21. März 2019, 16:30–19:00, Durchgangshalle
A Numerical Study of the Solution of the Horizon Problem and of the Flatness Problem — •Lennert Sprenger1 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 has been developed and used in a research club. From that principle Hans-Otto Carmesins theory of quantum gravity has been derived. With it fundamental problems of physics have been solved and an accurate accordance with observations has been achieved. Thereby all results have been obtained by using only three numerical inputs: the natural constants G, c and h. In addition a novel minimization principle has been developed. It establishes a tool for the analysis of emerging structures at the ground state. In particular the era of cosmic inflation has been explained and excellent quantitative accordance with observations of the CMB is achieved, whereby the deviation is below 3 %. Thereby the flatness problem, the horizon problem and the problem of energy conservation have been solved (see for instance Carmesin, H.-O. (2018): A Model for the Dynamics of Space - Expedition to the Early Universe. PhyDid B, p. 1-9. Sprenger, L. and Carmesin, H.-O. (2018): A Computer Simulation of Cosmic Inflation. PhyDid B, p. 1-4. 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.). Here we present a numerical study that shows the solutions of the horizon problem and of the flatness problem in more detail.