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Physics Journal, Vol.1, No.3, Nov. 2015, Pub. Date: Jan. 9, 2016
The Clifford-Finslerian Linked-Field Leads Branching Multiverse
Pages: 375-381 Views: 979 Downloads: 559
Authors
[01] Fred Y. Ye, School of Information Management, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China.
Abstract
Focusing on the issue of multiverse, the physical linked-measure contributes the Clifford-Finslerian linked-field, which generates branching multiverse. While Clifford algebra supplies interior dynamics for generating inner branching structure, Finsler geometry provides catastrophic branches of space-time metric and curvature, as exterior dynamics. The branching multiverse is different from countless multiverse, as the branches are deterministic, where all branches integrate and produce limited multiverse. The contribution let the multiverse get rid of puzzle from a non-scientific term, then return to the correct path for approaching real physics. Meanwhile, with keeping the tradition of analytical mechanics, the wave-particle duality is clearly interpreted at both micro-level and macro-level and the cosmological model is suggested to verify its curvature change.
Keywords
Clifford-Finslerian Unification, Linked-Field, Unified Field, Multiverse, Branching, Cosmological Model
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