Cosmic background radiation due to the cherenkov radiation from the zero-point field of vacuum

Author(s): Takaaki Musha, Grant Hayman

Instead of the Big Bang model, which considers the cosmic background radiation (CBR) as the afterglow of the Big Bang, a Zero Point Field (ZPF) model is proposed, in which cosmic background radiation is generated by the Cherenkov effect from superluminal particle pairs created in a zero-point fluctuation of vacuum. The calculated result of CBR by this model shows that spectrum and the mass density of energy due to the Cherenkov radiation closely coincides with of the cosmic background radiation observed. Such a ZPF model eliminates any requirement for abstract notions such as dark energy and dark matter and leads to the much broader concept of an Infinite Holographic Universe.

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