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Gravity, the Origin of the Mass in the Cosmos

Francisco Pavía Alemany1 and Marcelino Alvarez Villarroya1
  • 1 Agrupación Astronómica de la Safor, Cosmología, Gandía, España, Spain


The most accepted theory for the evolution of the Cosmos is the Big Bang theory, which suggests that, at the beginning, the entire mass-energy of the Cosmos was concentrated within an extremely small, dense and hot singularity. Here, we present a new physical formula that, although obtained in an extremely simple way, has significant implications in Cosmology. This equation indicates that the mass of the Cosmos has grown proportionally with time. This growth equates to a Planck mass for each unit of Planck Time, which is, the mass of 200 000 suns per second. Finally the total energy of the Cosmos is demonstrated to be zero.

Physics International
Volume 12 No. 1, 2021, 2-10


Submitted On: 29 June 2021 Published On: 28 October 2021

How to Cite: Alemany, F. P. & Villarroya, M. A. (2021). Gravity, the Origin of the Mass in the Cosmos. Physics International, 12(1), 2-10.

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  • Cosmology
  • Astrophysic
  • Big Bang
  • Gravity
  • Zero-Energy Cosmos
  • Change of Paradigm