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Byuon theory and a new anisotropic interation in nature Yu.A.Baurov Research Institute of Cosmic Physics, Closed Joint-Stock Company, , Korolev, Moscow Region, Pionerskaya 4, Russia. Research Institute of Cosmic Physics, Closed Joint-Stock Company, , Korolev, Moscow Region, Pionerskaya 4, Russia.

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Byuon Theory Basic axioms and hypotheses Basic axioms and hypotheses Maim hypotheses and forming of R 3 space Maim hypotheses and forming of R 3 space Probability of interaction Probability of interaction Potential energy of byuons interaction Potential energy of byuons interaction Initial conditions and assumptions Initial conditions and assumptions Scales of R 3 space Scales of R 3 space Basic results of byuon theory Basic results of byuon theory Fundamental experiments Fundamental experiments

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Basic axioms and hypotheses It is assumed unobservable object (the byuon (i)) x(i) is length of the byuon, a real (positive or negative) value the index i = 0,1,2,…k,… is a quantum number for (i); Ag Gs cm – cosmological vector-potential Statics. In the set { (i)}, no static states with time t > 0 are meant. That is, the byuon is always in state of continuous changing. Kinematics. A free byuon state (that is, not interacting with another state) can correspond only to one of four so called vacuum states II +, I +, I, II o - a quantum of time

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Introduce the following definitions of vacuum states II +, I +, I, II (VSs) The known fundamental constant, light speed, appears in the byuon theory as a result of byuon changes.

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Advance main hypothesis Let the observable three-dimensional space R 3 be formed as a result of minimization of potential energy of byuon VSs interaction in the one- dimensional space R 1 formed by them. More precisely, the space R 3 is fixed by us in consequence of dynamics of objects generated by interaction of VSs of the byuon. That is, dynamic processes arise in the space R 3 for objects with residual (after minimization) positive potential energy of interaction of byuon VSs, and, as a result, wave properties of appearing elementary particles come into existence.

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Forming of R 3 space Fig. 1.1 Interaction of byuons in vacuum states (the smallest loop). Fig. 1.2 Completion of vacuum states II + and II – by vacuum states I + and I –. (points D, points A).

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Probability of interaction of byuons Introduce functions of index i, characterizing the origin of such or another VS by byuons: Introduce functions of index i, characterizing the origin of such or another VS by byuons: The physical sense of the introduced functions consists in that their product determines the probability of two-contact interaction of byuons The physical sense of the introduced functions consists in that their product determines the probability of two-contact interaction of byuons The product of four functions determines the probability of four-contact interaction etc. The product of four functions determines the probability of four-contact interaction etc.

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Probability of interaction of byuons Normalize the introduced functions for the case 0 i < k in the following manner Normalize the introduced functions for the case 0 i < k in the following manner When normalizing, it was taken into account that within a period in i = k, one four-contact interaction occurs with probability 1.

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Probability of interaction of byuons Obtain an equation in terms of -functions, describing the propagation of four-contact interaction of byuons Obtain an equation in terms of -functions, describing the propagation of four-contact interaction of byuons Assuming only linear dependences and equiprobability of VSs of byuons neighbouring in i, we obtain the following equations for -functions of four-contact interactions of byuons Assuming only linear dependences and equiprobability of VSs of byuons neighbouring in i, we obtain the following equations for -functions of four-contact interactions of byuons

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Probability of interaction of byuons From the first and second pairs of Eqs. it is easy to obtain the following equations From the first and second pairs of Eqs. it is easy to obtain the following equations It is seen that the process in i is of oscillatory character for the functions It is seen that the process in i is of oscillatory character for the functions and denote the second finite differences in index i

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Potential energy of byuons interaction For the case i k, write an equation for an increment in potential energy of byuon interaction E(i), corresponding to the occurrence of VSs and Minimization of E(i) is assumed to be going at each step in i For the case i k, write an equation for an increment in potential energy of byuon interaction E(i), corresponding to the occurrence of VSs and Minimization of E(i) is assumed to be going at each step in i

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Potential energy of byuons interaction The expressions determining the maximum energy of byuon interaction The expressions determining the maximum energy of byuon interaction The minimization of E(i) is achieved in the functional space of the following variables: The minimization of E(i) is achieved in the functional space of the following variables:

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Initial conditions and assumptions 1.The conditions of symmetry during the closure of the loop in i are fulfilled as well as symmetry of the world and antiworld, which conditions can be represented as 2.Initial conditions for - function 3.Using the solutions of the probability equations contract the space of variables down to four:

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The result of minimization of potential energy Seek for min E(i) by the steepest descent method, retaining only 14 terms of the series min E(i) will correspond to the following values of variables:

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Scales of R 3 space Fig. 1.3 Characteristic hierarchy of scales in our world. Fig. 1.4 The filled loop with characteristic dimension x 0 has VS I + at the outlet and does not let out any information connected with the process of extension of byuon VS II + with velocity c 0.

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Basic results of byuon theory Created: Created: The physical model of creation of the observed physical space from byuons; The physical model of creation of the observed physical space from byuons; The physical model of time and physical vacuum; The physical model of time and physical vacuum; The unified way of understanding of existing interactions and a new principle of relativity; The unified way of understanding of existing interactions and a new principle of relativity; The physical models of galactic, intergalactic magnetic fields and relic radiation. The physical models of galactic, intergalactic magnetic fields and relic radiation. Predicted: Predicted: The global space anisotropy associated with cosmological vector potential Ag and a new interaction connected with vector-potential Ag; The global space anisotropy associated with cosmological vector potential Ag and a new interaction connected with vector-potential Ag; The existence of a new quantum information channel and Universal mind. The existence of a new quantum information channel and Universal mind.

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Basic results of byuon theory

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Literature Books Books Baurov Yu.A., « On the structure of physical vacuum and a new interaction in Nature (Theory, Experiment and Applications) », Nova Science, NY, Baurov Yu.A., « On the structure of physical vacuum and a new interaction in Nature (Theory, Experiment and Applications) », Nova Science, NY, Baurov Yu.A., «Global Anisotropy of Physical Space. Experimental and Theoretical Basis». Nova Science, NY, 2004 Baurov Yu.A., «Global Anisotropy of Physical Space. Experimental and Theoretical Basis». Nova Science, NY, 2004

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Fundamental experimental investigations of new anisotropic interaction First experiments ( , IOFAN) First experiments ( , IOFAN) Expression for anisotropic force Expression for anisotropic force Experiments with gravimeter Sodin Experiments with gravimeter Sodin Experimental investigations of new force by measuring fluctuations in intensity of -decay of radioactive elements Experimental investigations of new force by measuring fluctuations in intensity of -decay of radioactive elements

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Masses of all leptons from byuon theory

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Experiments at IOFAN with a water-cooled solenoid Water-cooled solenoid having Water-cooled solenoid having an aperture of 60mm in diameter Magnetic flux up to 15Т, Magnetic flux up to 15Т, Body weight 30g in mass was made from -tin manifesting a weak paramagnetism at a room temperature. Body weight 30g in mass was made from -tin manifesting a weak paramagnetism at a room temperature. The deflection x of the weight depending on magnetic flux density B in the regions 1 4 of the solenoid aperture The deflection x of the weight depending on magnetic flux density B in the regions 1 4 of the solenoid aperture 13h 45m (1), 13h 00m (2), 13h 45m (1), 13h 00m (2), 14h 15m (3), 15h 00m (4); The straight line is a linear approximation (theory) The straight line is a linear approximation (theory)

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Expression for a new force Expression for ( A) based on the specific experimental results N is the number of stable elementary particles in the body which can be acted upon by the electromagnetic field potentials is part of the energy

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Experimental investigations with quartz gravimeter Sodin The sensing system of Canadian high- accuracy quartz gravimeter Sodin 1 - rod, 2 - horizontal system of suspending on quartz torsion filaments, 3 - main string, 4 - lamp, 5 - lens, 6 - rod, 7 - piezosensitive rule, 8 - prism, 9, 10 - temperature compensator, 11, 12, 13, 14 -micrometric compensative mechanism, 15 - permanent magnet

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Events on gravimeter Sodin Readings of the gravimeter The event on March 18, Y - is displacement of platinum weight. One division is 0.1 m, or 0.2 gal, x - is time in minutes.

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Experiment with two gravimeters S209 & S211 Readings of the gravimeters at Jun y – the displacement of platinum weight (one division is equal to 0.1 μ and corresponds to 0.2 μGal); x – time (in minutes); Event (peak 2) at 12h01m UTC.

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Experimental investigations of new force by measuring fluctuations in intensity of -decay of radioactive elements 60 Co & 137 Cs Baurov Yu.A., Konradov A.A., Kuznetsov E.A., Kushniruk V.F., Ryabov Y.B., Senkevich A.P., Sobolev Yu.G., Zadorozsny S. Experimental Investigations of Changes in -Decay rate of 60 Co and 137 Cs Mod. Phys.Lett A. v.16, N 32 (2001), p.2089 Results of our experiment performed at the same time at INR of RAS (Troitsk, Moscow region) and JINR (Dubna, Moscow region) with the use of germanium-lithium detectors

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The variation of the flow of -quanta accompanying the -decay of 137 Cs, with the time (JINR, Dubna)

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The variation of the flow of -quanta accompanying the -decay of 60 Co, with the time (INR, Troitsk)

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The spatial positions of sites where the clearly expressed extrema in the magnitude of the flow of -quanta in the experiment with the -decay of 60 Co - the site of the maximum flow of - quanta with the indication of the direction of action of the new force drawn along the tangent line to the parallel of latitude; - the site of the maximum flow of - quanta with the indication of the direction of action of the new force drawn along the tangent line to the parallel of latitude; a – the trajectory of motion of the radioactive source rotating together with the Earth b – the trajectory of motion of the Earth and the radioactive source around the Sun; etc. – the point of the vernal equinox and other characteristic points of the trajectory b; A E – the direction of the vectorial potential of the magnetic field of the Earths dipole; A g – the direction of the cosmological vectorial potential

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The spatial positions of sites where the clearly expressed extrema in the magnitude of the flow of -quanta in the experiment with the -decay of 137 Cs - the site of the maximum flow of - quanta with the indication of the direction of action of the new force drawn along the tangent line to the parallel of latitude; - the site of the maximum flow of - quanta with the indication of the direction of action of the new force drawn along the tangent line to the parallel of latitude; a – the trajectory of motion of the radioactive source rotating together with the Earth b – the trajectory of motion of the Earth and the radioactive source around the Sun; etc. – the point of the vernal equinox and other characteristic points of the trajectory b; A E – the direction of the vectorial potential of the magnetic field of the Earths dipole; A g – the direction of the cosmological vectorial potential

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