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Source and Sink Theory

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DOI: 10.22606/tp.2020.51001

Author(s)
Mohsen Sharifpur
Affiliation(s)
Department of Mechanical and Aeronautical, University of Pretoria, Pretoria 0002, South Africa
Abstract
The lack of information from the very early Universe and offering a new theory to answer the unanswered questions has long been a topic of great interest. One of the most important questions is about the origin of the Dark Energy which causes the acceleration of the galaxies as well as the expansion of the Universe. Inflation theory tried to sort out of problems with Big Bang cosmology, but couldn’t, and that’s why there are different versions of inflation theory. Therefore, the lack of a new and general theory to answer the unanswered questions is obvious. If Big Bang is a part of nature, the knowledge of different patterns in nature like fractional geometries and Fibonacci, fluid dynamics, constructal law needs to be considered for the new theory. In nature, everything behaves as a pattern of a flow (which is approved by constructal law), as well as, whatever we have in nature has a pair (like male and female), or opposite (like opposite charges of electron and positron), or poles (like a magnetic field), … In this way, by using the similarity of the cases and elaborately investigate into nature, it is possible to propose a new theory to answer the unanswered questions. The “Source and Sink Theory", simply indicates that "if there is a source, it must be at least one sink (at the same instance), with a flow pattern from source to the sink, and the process must be conserved". By applying this general theory to our Universe, it could indicate that the so-called Big Bang could be a pulse of a point source and at the same instance, it should be at least an opposite of the Big Bang as a sink. Consequently, the energy which introduced from our Universe origin (Big Bang) as a pulse of a point source with a unique cosmic microwave background radiation flows toward a sink (or sinks). A sink has gravity (curvature of space-time) which could produce a flow pattern for the energy released from source to the sink. The cosmic microwave background radiation could also support this theory as much as it supported the Hot Big Bang model. In the special case (set the gravity of the sink to zero, and no space between source and sink), application of this theory for cosmology will switch back to Big Bang cosmology, which shows more ability of this theory to produce different scenarios to fit the available data. Application of this general multi-discipline theory on our Universe can also offer an answer to some of the unanswered questions like the origin of Dark Energy, galaxies acceleration, so-called expansion of the Universe and much more...
Keywords
Big Bang, inflation, constructal law, Dark Energy, fractional geometry, cosmic microwave background radiation.
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