A tachyon interaction model that explains many of the mysteries in physics

Author(s): Roy E.Hoffman

It is theorized that space is filled with a gas-like fluid of neutral tachyons that do not interact directly with conventional sub-light matter except via gravity. As these tachyons collide, they briefly interact, giving rise to short-lived virtual particle pairs whose effects can be observed. The tachyons can account for many unexplained phenomena such as dark matter, large-scale variations in the fine structure constant,, and the acceleration in the expansion of the universe as well as removing the need for renormalization in quantum electrodynamics.

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