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The Higher Dimensional Universe  [PDF]
B. G. Sidharth
Journal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology (JHEPGC) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jhepgc.2016.24051
Abstract: We examine how and under what conditions we encounter higher dimensions. This would be of relevance to, for example String Theory where indeed we come across higher dimensions.
Non Newtonian Dynamics in Galaxies and Satellite Galaxies
B. G. Sidharth
Physics , 2010,
Abstract: Recent studies have thrown up a big enigma. On the one hand they point to satellite galaxies rotating faster than they should with the usual theory. On the other hand they also go against explanation of Newtonian gravity with dark matter. In this brief note it is argued that the varying $G$ cosmology which explains all the observed General Relativistic effects and the Pioneer anomaly reconciles the controversial conclusions of the latest observations.
Magnetism of Neutron Stars and Planets
B. G. Sidharth
Physics , 1999,
Abstract: It is shown in this paper that recent results that below the Fermi temperature, Fermions obey anomalous semionic statistics, could explain such apparently diverse phenomena as the magnetism of Pulsars and White Dwarfs on the one hand and earth like planets, on the other.
Galactic Rotation and Large Scale Structures
B. G. Sidharth
Physics , 1999,
Abstract: On the basis of a recent cosmological model, the puzzle of galactic rotational velocities at their edges is explained without invoking dark matter. A rationale for the existence of structures like galaxies and superclusters is also obtained.
A note on the paper, "The Universe of Fluctuations"
B. G. Sidharth
Physics , 1998,
Abstract: We examine how the consequences which follow from a recent model, both in cosmology and at the elementary particle level have since been observationally and experimentally confirmed. Some of the considerations of the model are also justified from alternative viewpoints. It is also shown how the standard Big Bang and quark models can be recovered from the above theory.
A New Theory of Geomagnetism
B. G. Sidharth
Physics , 1999,
Abstract: It is pointed out, that in the light of recent results on the semionic or anomalous behaviour of electrons below the Fermi temperature, the solid core of the earth which has been ignored so far, would contribute significantly to Geomagnetism and help explain the puzzling magnetic reversals.
Galaxies and Superclusters
B. G. Sidharth
Physics , 1999,
Abstract: In this brief note, we would like to point out that large-scale structures like galaxies and superclusters would arise quite naturally in the universe.
Large Numbers, Galactic Rotation and Orbits
B. G. Sidharth
Physics , 1999,
Abstract: The time variation of the gravitational constant G in the recently discussed large number cosmologies accounts for the galactic rotational velocity curves without invoking dark matter and also for effects like the precession of the perhelion of Mercury.
Effects of Varying G
B. G. Sidharth
Physics , 1999,
Abstract: We consider two cosmologies which give an inverse time dependance for the gravitational constant G, and show that we can recover the correct value of the perhelion precession and anomalous inward radial accelerations, amongst other things.
A Note on the Mass of the Neutrino
B. G. Sidharth
Physics , 1998,
Abstract: In the light of the recent Super-Kamiokande experiments which demonstrate neutrino oscillation, and therefore a non zero mass, it is pointed out how such a mass has also been deduced theoretically.
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