This website is dedicated to teaching the cosmological aspects of the Theory of Everything, including a few additional topics. A pdf copy of the most recent version of "The Theory of Everything: Foundations, Applications and Corrections to General Relativity" can be downloaded here or here.

Part I: Ruling Out an Expanding Universe (HD)

Description: This is the first of several videos based on "The Theory of Everything". The first half rules out the 2011 Noble Prize, awarded "for the discovery of the accelerating expansion of the Universe through observations of distant supernovae". The second half discusses the correct model of the universe. Proof arises from measuring how large distant galaxies and clusters appear from Earth. With recent observations of the amounts of mergers between galaxies, the big bang theory can be conclusively ruled out. The inferred accelerated expansion is instead an illusion due to being in a localized universe, i.e. the gravitational field of the unvierse forces local paths to deflect towards the center of the universe. The paper provides an in-depth dicussion.


What is "The Theory of Everything"?

The theory of everything is a diverse collection of subjects, which range from the underlying nature of matter to the universe as a whole. It explains all crucial aspects of existence in a rigerous, logical form that can be verified experimentally. The current version of the theory of everything includes only topics covering general relativity and cosmology. An extended edition will be released later this year including additional topics on agriculture and climate change.


Was Einstein Wrong?

Although Einstein is commonly regarded as one of the key contributers to our understanding of the universe, it turns out that his theory of general relativity is wrong. Einstein firmly believed that particles exist as point-like objects and rejected the results offered by quantum mechanics. This had lead him down a long path of failed attempts and incorrect theories, which further progressed into what is now modern theory. With the correct model of the universe now in hand, it is possible to conclusively rule out Einstein's view of general relativity. The central proof against Einstein's theory of general relativity arises from the observed temperature of the cosmic background radiation. From the central core's 3000 K black body spectrum, it is clear that neither event horizon nor Hawking radiation exists. For example, it is known the local universe originated from the central core in the form of a relativistic jet, also known as the dark flow. This means that the central core must be larger than any local objects including galaxies and clusters. However, a 3000 K black body temperature with respect to Hawking radiation would require the central core to be less massive than the Moon. Since this is clearly impossible, any theory that predicts event horizon from finite energy can be conclusively ruled out. This includes Einstein's field equations, the Maxwell-Einstein field equations, the Einstein-Cartan theory, bimetric gravitational theories, scalar-tensor theories and any other theory which predicts event horizon.


What is Next?

With respect to physics, the only remaining aspect is the unified field theory. Vacuum field theory, which is part of the theory of everything, is based upon the unified field theory. The postulates used to derive vacuum field theory require for the underlying essense of matter to arise from planck-scale fluctuations of space itself. This can also be viewed as an elastic medium, similar to springs attached to masses. The foundations of quantum field theory arise from similar foundations. However, the geometric component is missing due to the current interpretation of general relativity. Connections do exist between the standard model and vacuum field theory, with both being compatible to each other.