Physical Science International Journal, ISSN: 2348-0130,Vol.: 9, Issue.: 1
The Fine-Structure Constant as the Physical- Mathematical MILLENNIUM PROBLEM
Alexey Stakhov1* and Samuil Aranson2 1Institute of the Golden Section, Academy of Trinitarism (Russia), Ontario, Canada. 2Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, San Diego, USA.
Alexey Stakhov1* and Samuil Aranson2
1Institute of the Golden Section, Academy of Trinitarism (Russia), Ontario, Canada.
2Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, San Diego, USA.
(1) Yang-Hui He, Professor of Mathematics, City University London, UK and Chang-Jiang Chair Professor in Physics and Qian-Ren Scholar, Nan Kai University, China; & Tutor and Quondam-Socius in Mathematics, Merton College, University of Oxford, UK.
(2) Abbas Mohammed, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden.
(1) Octav Olteanu, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania.
(2) Francisco Bulnes, Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Chalco, Mexico.
(3) Fethi Soltani, Tunis ElManar University, Tunisia.
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This article solves the problem of variation of fundamental physical-mathematical constant (the fine-structure constant) in dependence of the age of the Universe. This problem has been named by as one of the MILLENNIUM PROBLEMS. The mathematical model of the evolution of the Universe (starting since the “Bing Bang”) called Fibonacci special theory of relativity, underlies this study.
Einstein’s special theory of relativity; Einstein’s postulates; relativistic effects; Lorenz transformations; Fibonacci special theory of relativity; the main postulate of the Fibonacci special theory of relativity; millennium problems; fine-structure constant; hyperbolic Fibonacci functions; the “golden” matrix; bifurcation points; material universe; dark and light ages; black hole.
DOI : 10.9734/PSIJ/2016/21966Review History Comments