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Computational Thermal Sciences: An International Journal
ESCI SJR: 0.244 SNIP: 0.434 CiteScore™: 0.7

ISSN Print: 1940-2503
ISSN Online: 1940-2554

Computational Thermal Sciences: An International Journal

DOI: 10.1615/ComputThermalScien.2012003938
pages 169-181

MODELING OF VIRTUAL PARTICLES OF THE BIG BANG

R. Leticia Corral-Bustamante
Technological Institute of Cuauhtemoc City, Tecnológico Ave. S/N, Z.P. 31500, Cuauhtemoc City, Chihuahua, Mexico
Aaron Raul Rodriguez-Corral
Autonome University of Chihuahua City, Av. Escorza No. 900, Z.P. 31000, Chihuahua City, Mexico
Teresita de Jesus Amador-Parra
Technological Institute of Cuauhtemoc City, Tecnológico Ave. S/N, Z.P. 31500, Cuauhtemoc City, Chihuahua, Mexico
Eva Martinez-Loera
Technological Institute of Cuauhtemoc City, Tecnológico Ave. S/N, Z.P. 31500, Cuauhtemoc City, Chihuahua, Mexico
Gilberto Irigoyen-Chavez
Technological Institute of Cuauhtemoc City, Tecnológico Ave. S/N, Z.P. 31500, Cuauhtemoc City, Chihuahua, Mexico

ABSTRACT

In this work, a mathematical model in four dimensions proposed to predict the behavior of the transport phenomena of mass (energy) in the space-time continuum through a metric tensor in the Planck scale is presented. The Ricci tensor was determined with the aim of measuring the turbulent flow of a mass with a large gravitational field similar to that which is believed to have existed in the Big Bang. Computing the curvature of space-time through tensor analysis, we predict a vacuum solution of the Einstein field equations through numerical integration with approximate solutions. A quantum vacuum is filled with virtual particles of enormous superficial gravity of black holes and wormholes as predicted by other authors. By generating the geodesic equations, we obtain the relativistic equation, which is the carrier of information pertaining to the behavior of the entropy of matter The results of the measurements of the evolution of the mass during its collapse and evaporation allow us to argue the evidence of virtual particles including all the values (and beyond) of the experimental search by other authors for gauges and Higgs bosons. We conclude that the matter behaves as virtual particles, which appear and disappear in Planck time at speeds greater than that of light, representing those that probably existed during the Big Bang.