Marco Pereira

Marco Pereira
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey | Rutgers · Department of Mathematics

BSEE, MSc, PhD, MBA, CQF, FRM, ERP, Series 7/55

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Introduction
I am seeking people who will defend L-CDM, General Relativity from my criticism and from data. I unveiled a discovery I made that shows that the Universe has one extra dimension. That dooms General Relativity and L-CDM. I haven't been able to find a single scientist who would say anything about the discovery and consequences. I welcome those opinative scientists of yesteryears...:) Come...:) No offer will be rejected...:) https://www.quora.com/How-would-anyone-defend-general-relativity-from-M

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This video talks about inertial motion in a 4D spatial manifold and why things move. It is important because it provides the reason why galaxies ARE like dots on an expanding balloon.
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Here is a short video that demonstrates how the Hypergeometrical Universe Theory (HU) allows for the creation of the Universe without breaking a single law of physics. In HU, Matter is made from deformed space and thus it leads to the simplest possible Universe model where there isn't anything other than space and time. Conversely, one can watch t...
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Here we present evidence that the analysis of the Supernova Project failed to consider the simplest model which is capable of predicting all type 1a Supernovae (SN1a) distances from their redshifts z. This model is based upon the Hypergeometrical Universe Theory (HU) 1 , where the Universe is a hyperspherical hypersurface under lightspeed radial ex...
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This is a short presentation of the Hypergeometrical Universe Theory Hypothesis and Paradigms. I introduce the Lightspeed Expanding Hyperspherical Universe (LEHU) topology. LEHU is not a solution to Einstein's equations and because of that, I had to provide a replacement for General and Special Relativity. The second hypothesis has to do with a new...
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COURSE ON THE HYPERGEOMETRICAL UNIVERSE THEORY (HU) JUNE 28-30 We will cover the following topics: a) The Lightspeed Expanding Hyperspherical Universe Topology and the Fundamental Dilator Paradigm b) How to create the whole Universe from Nothing without breaking a single law of Physics c) The Derivation of the Laws of Nature d) The Sensible Unive...
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HU is the Hypergeometrical Universe Theory (HU)[1], proposed in 2006, where the Universe is a Lightspeed Expanding Hyperspherical Hypersurface and Gravitation is an absolute-velocity-dependent, epoch-dependent force. The prior article[2] introduced the Big Pop Cosmogenesis and its quantitative model. Here we use HU Laws of Nature to explain the con...
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HU is the Hypergeometrical Universe Theory (HU)[1-8], proposed in 2006, where the Universe is a Lightspeed Expanding Hyperspherical Hypersurface and Gravitation is an absolute-velocity-dependent, epoch-dependent force. Here we introduce the Big Pop Cosmogenesis and show our calculations associated with the Equation of State of the Universe. A seque...
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HU is the Hypergeometrical Universe Theory (HU)[1-8], proposed in 2006, where the Universe is a Lightspeed Expanding Hyperspherical Hypersurface and Gravitation is an absolute-velocity-dependent, epoch-dependent force. The prior article[9] introduced the Big Pop Cosmogenesis and its quantitative model. Here we explain the Silver Surfer Paradigm for...
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Here are my objections to Dr. Garrigues work, which I deem derivative of my work and inconsistent. You can read my objections and Dr. Garrigues responses.
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This is a detailed record of a great scientific discussion with Dr. Ilja Schmelzer. Worth reading it.
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Continuation of the scientific discussion with Dr. "Lemon", who is under the MWP (mathematician's witness protection) and can only disclose his Alias...:)
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I predicted the current CMB observations made by the Planck Satellite. The presentation is vague on purpose because I want to get questions from astronomer and astrophysicists and not just have them copying my work. SMICA is the Planck Observations.
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This is the HU Predictions of the Cosmic Microwave Background. HU is capable of prediction not only the power spectrum but also the mass and temperature distribution in the Universe.
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This article shows that the current constraints on the Gravitational Constant G epoch-dependence are not warranted.
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This article shows that the Lunar Ranging is not a constraint on the epoch-dependence of the Gravitational Constant.
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Slack discussions about the Hypergeometrical Universe Theory https://join.slack.com/t/hypergeometri-lln8320/shared_invite/enQtODY5OTIxNDc1NDQzLTQ4MzliYzY0YjRjZDM1MzliMGJkY2U0NzhkYjA3NjY2ZmU3M2MwOWMyNTE0NjBhOWI2Njk1MDNmNjNlOGVlNGM
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Here we present evidence that the analysis of the Supernova Project failed to consider the simplest model which is capable of predicting all type 1a Supernovae (SN1a) distances from their redshifts z. This model is based upon the Hypergeometrical Universe Theory (HU)1, where the Universe is a hyperspherical hypersurface under lightspeed radial expa...
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Here we present evidence that the analysis of the Supernova Project failed to consider the simplest model which is capable of predicting all type 1a Supernovae (SN1a) distances from their redshifts z. This model is based upon the Hypergeometrical Universe Theory (HU)1, where the Universe is a hyperspherical hypersurface under lightspeed radial ex...
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This article presents the application of the Hypergeometrical Universe Theory (HU) 1 to the Coma Cluster. Here we do not apply the Virial Theorem since the Hypergeometrical Force is velocity dependent. It is shown that the mass radial distribution used on the M33 Spiral Galaxy properly explain the extra mass currently associated with Dark Matter. H...
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Here we present evidence of an extra spatial dimension and that our 3D Universe is embedded as a lightspeed expanding hyperspherical hypersurface. Support for this hypothesis comes from (a) SDSS BOSS dataset analysis showing the seeding of Galaxies on the largest scale by spherical acoustic oscillations, (b) the discovery of an Hyperspherical Force...
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We are exploring methodology to create the equivalent to Cosmological Tomography.
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This paper presents a simple and purely geometrical Grand Unification Theory. Quantum Gravity, Electrostatic and Magnetic interactions are shown in a unified framework. Newton's Gravitational Law, Gauss' Electrostatics Law and Biot-Savart's Electromagnetism Law are derived from first principles. Gravitational Lensing, Mercury Perihelion Precession...
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This paper presents a simple and purely geometrical Grand Unification Theory. Quantum Gravity, Electrostatic and Magnetic interactions are shown in a unified framework. Newton’s, Gauss’ and Biot‐Savart’s Laws are derived from first principles. Unification symmetry is defined for all the existing forces. This alternative model does not require Stro...
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This paper presents a new perception of the Universe (HyperG eometrical Universe Theory), a new concept of Time (dimensional time τ) and the addition of an extra dimension of time (Proper or Cosmological Time Φ). Hubble Law is rederived from simple geometric arguments and corrected new derivation shows a way to precisely measure the age of the Univ...
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This paper presents a totally new Cosmogenesis Model based on the HyperGeometrical Universe Theory. The Cosmogenesis is cast as a dimensional phase transition that occurred when spacetime fluctuations were above the Grand Unification Condition (see paper I).
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PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE NEWER VERSION OF THIS WORK: https://globaljournals.org/GJSFR_Volume17/3-The-Hypergeometrical-Universe.pdf Please disregard any mention of ALH (antimatter lagging hypersphere). I considered that hypothesis as a potential solution of Gamma Ray Bursts. Since they, I have a better candidate. This paper presents a simple Grand Unif...
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The photolysis, geminate recombination and vibrational relaxation of the low affinity ferrous myoglobin nicotinate complex have been studied by femtosecond transient absorption spectroscopy. This is an interesting system due to the peculiar interaction between ligand and protein fluctuations. This ligand is bulky and affects the naturally occurring...
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Picosecond phase grating spectroscopy (PGS) is a form of transient grating spectroscopy. This form of spectroscopy is related to holography, in which the constructed image is a diffraction grating. In general, a diffraction grating is capable of light diffraction through spatially periodic modulations in optical absorption, index of refraction, or...
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Solid-state diode pump lasers are placing new design criteria for intracavity electro-optics. Potassium titanyl phosphate (KTP) material properties and limitations for Q-switching and modelocking diode pumped systems are discussed. Specific applications include low jitter synchronization to an electronic reference (phase modulation) and high averag...
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The activity of numerous biological molecules is controlled by the binding of a receptor which produce changes in structure. These structural changes, in turn, modify the barriers to various catalytic and transport functions. The molecular response function to the stimulus for motion involves specific structural changes that require the correlated...
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A four pulse grating geometry has been used to study this relaxation process for carboxymyoglobin (MbCO). The laser system used for these studies was a hybridly modelocked dye laser synchronously amplified by a Nd+3:YLF regenerative amplifier.The grating excitation pulses were 1-2 picoseconds in duration, centered at 575 nm. The grating dynamics we...
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Various ways in which the anisotropy can be used to understand ultrafast processes are presented and discussed. Examples include molecular reorientation, energy transfer between identical systems, excitation dynamics in polymers, reactant product alignment, protein dynamics and internal motions in fluxional molecules.
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The title compound has been widely investigated as a paradigm for photoinduced proton translocation, a mechanism proposed for photomutagenesis in biological systems. The time dependence of proton transfer in 7-azaindole dimers has been measured using femtosecond fluorescence gating and transient absorption techniques. The excited state reaction is...
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Fluorescence upconversion was used to measure the time evolution of the fluorescence anisotropy of aniline in three hydrocarbon, alcohol, and aprotic polar solvents. The deconvoluted anisotropy decay time of 0.94±0.05 ps in aniline/isopentane solution is only 54% longer than calculated for free rotation of collision‐free molecules, and increasing t...
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Resonance Raman spectra of trans‐1,3,5‐hexatriene in cyclohexane, hexane, methanol, and perfluorohexane are compared with the corresponding vapor phase spectra. The absolute cross sections in cyclohexane indicate that the solvation induced electronic spectral breadth is partly homogeneous (amplitude level in the Raman process) and partly inhomogene...
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The study of rotational dynamics of molecules in solution is a source of valuable information on the forces that mediate intermolecular interactions. Although hydrodynamic approachs are moderately successful in describing the motion of large molecules in many liquids, the regime where the solvent induced reorientation and the free, inertial motion...
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The rate of intramolecular electronic excitation energy transfer in 9,9′ bifluorene has been investigated in a variety of solvents, using both time‐correlated single photon counting and femtosecond fluorescence upconversion technique. The kinetics of energy transfer were determined in both cases by time dependent fluorescence anisotropy measurement...
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Ultraviolet fluorescence upconversion gating has been used to measure the fluorescence anisotropy of aniline in four hydrocarbon and alcoholic solvents. The deconvoluted anisotropy decay time of 1.2 ps in isopentane is only about a factor of 2 longer than calculated for free rotation of collision-free molecules, and increasing the solvent viscosity...
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The fluorescence anisotropy decay of collision-free trans-stilbene vapor at 463 K has been measured with 5 ps time resolution using fluorescence up-conversion. The anisotropy measured with 302 nm excitation shows a pulsewidth-limited decay attributed to free rotation followed by a constant value at longer times. The long-time anisotropy of 0.069 is...

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Since I received an email from them, I suspected that they were not legitimate. I say that because my work is contrarian to the current view.
That said, I looked into
and to my surprise, there weren't there.
Please, provide your opinion about this publisher.
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For example, https://groups.google.com/g/sci.physics moderators are faster than a speeding bullet to block my scientific answers to scientific questions someone asked me.
Since this is not the first time in that group, I decided to make a record of it.
This discussion aims at showing the kind of scientific answer that was blocked and mulling about what could possibly be done to reign on this kind of perversion of Google Groups.
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I need some guidance to understand and properly use MESA.
My ultimate goal is to modify it such that I can use a variable G.
I saw a video using it to predict the evolution of a main-sequence star. I don't quite understand how it is used to predict observations (Stellar Population).
I am familiar with the Kennicutt-Schmidt Law, relating the rate of galaxy formation and gas surface density
The Tolman surface brightness test (surface brightness versus z), might be used together with wavelength information to determine star population as a function of z.
Then there is the initial mass function
It is not clear how this initial mass function would be changed in an epoch-dependent G.
IN SUMMARY
This is a very early stage of exploration of the issue of Stellar Population Modeling, Star Evolution under MESA.
Advice and comments are welcomed.
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My theory has G (Newton's Gravitational Constant) to be inversely proportional to the 4D radius of the Lightspeed Expanding Hyperspherical Universe (LEHU topology).
I need to simulate the Stellar Population under the epoch-dependent G assumption.
At this time, I consider that there should be a seed stochastic distribution of t_{ff} (which is inversely proportional to G*rho(0)
That distribution would be used over and over again to seed new stars at different epochs.
My problem is simulating the aging of previously triggered stars. For that, I need a consumption rate that is dependent upon GM. As far as I can tell, all star's processes are dependent upon the product and not just on the mass.
I welcome guidance.
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My position about Mach's Principle is that it is unsupported and refuted by optical and gravitational detection of Neutron Star Collisions.
I identified the only support (Celestial Dynamics within the Solar System requires instantaneous positions to be used in the force calculation) as being the result of using the wrong (empirical Newton's Law of Gravitation) law.
This shouldn't come up as a surprise to anyone since we all know that Newton's Law failed to predict the right Mercury Perihelion Precession Rate.
Of course, nobody can use Einstein's equations for a multi-planet dynamical simulation.
My theory - the Hypergeometrical Universe Theory (HU) provides a trivial replacement for Newtonian Dynamics and Einstein's General Relativity.
In fact, HU fully replaces General and Special Relativity.
IN SUMMARY
To call a theory Machian is a bad thing.
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You can read my response here:
this is a short response. There are links that lead you to other responses and more support to my ideas and theory.
Here I also presented my objections to three models:
a) Banerjee et all
b) Tuomo's Suntola
c) Markolf H. Niemz.
If you read my response you will realize that I respect Dr. Suntola's dedication and precise reasoning but I disagree with the basic assumptions. That said, I think it is worthwhile to read it carefully, have my theory as the basis, and check the validity of conclusions that weren't based upon the problematic hypotheses. The work was detailed and might hide valuable contributions. I didn't have the time to work on both theories. My theory keeps me busy. I suppose that is Dr. Suntola's problem also.
I consider replacing Dark Matter and Dark energy with a negative surface tension of a m-brane not a contribution to Physics.
Dr. Neimz preprint article leaves a lot to be desired - not to mention the lack of any prediction of, or compliance with ANY observation.
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What is happening..>:)

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I would like to ask you to consider the validity of the most important paper in the last 200 years. I made it 200 because it works as a shill for Einstein's General Relativity and the whole Physics. The article is this one (not something I wrote but something that should be wrong for my theory to be right). Constraining a possible variation of G with Type Ia supernovae Jeremy Mould & Syed A. Uddin1 Centre for Astrophysics & Supercomputing, Swinburne University https://arxiv.org/pdf/1402.1534.pdf The article aims at placing constraints on how much the Gravitational Constant G can vary. This relates to everything - from the Inflation Theory, Higgs Model, Particle Physics (standard model), General Relativity, Special Relativity and the Nobel Prize Winner Dr. Riess and the Type 1a Supernova (SN1a) distances measurements. SN1a are used for calibration of the Cosmological Ruler d(z) or distance versus redshift. SN1a detonates when they reach the Chandrasekhar Mass Limit and that has a G^{-3/2} . This means that in a model where G is epoch-dependent, the SN1a have to be adjusted to comply with that. They cannot behave as Stellar Candles. This article states in its Abstract, that it tested epoch-dependent G while forcing SN1a to remain Stellar Candles. This means that the most important article (the one that saves General Relativity), the Logical Flaw is displayed right on the Abstract. No digging required. Here is the Abstract: ############################################ Astrophysical cosmology constrains the variation of Newton’s Constant in a manner complementary to laboratory experiments, such as the celebrated lunar laser ranging campaign......... In conclusion, supernova cosmology complements other experiments in limiting G variation. An important caveat is that it rests on the assumption that the same mass of 56Ni is burned to create the standard candle regardless of redshift. ############################################ I also refuted the Lunar Ranging paper since it is both laughable and it does not refute epoch-dependent G (the allowed G-dependence is larger than the predicted local G epoch-dependence) Here is my objection (Peer-Review) https://www.quora.com/How-could-this-article-pass-peer-review-Is-the-conclusion-one-of-its-assumptions/answer/Marco-Pereira-1 and here is how an epoch-dependent G model (mine) shows that astronomical observations refute Einstein's Equations and thus refutes General Relativity. If you look close enough, the WHOLE PHYSICS is held together with Chewing Gum.