The Shape of the Universe
by Gerd Pommerenke
Publisher: viXra 2013
Number of pages: 321
A special solution of the Maxwell equations is presented, which disposes of the properties the recently postulated Higgs-field must have, if it should not violate already secured perceptions and observations. If both fields are identical remains to be seen at this time. An alternative vacuum propagation function for EM-waves is presented too, describing effects like the cosmologic red-shift and the unexpected results of the SN-cosmology-experiment, completely without dark matter etc.
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