The author and physicist's research paper titled "Avyakta: The fabric of space" was published on 06/01/2017 in the Prespacetime Journal (Vol 7 Issue 16). (Prespacetime Journal (ISSN: 2153-8301), QuantumDream, Inc., P.O. Box 267, Stony Brook, NY 11790-0267, USA; a physics journal which focuses on the origin, nature and mechanism of spacetime and its possible connection to a prespacetime; and models and experimental results on elemental particles, fundamental forces including gravity and related topics.)
There are so many “firsts” in this epoch making research paper. Explained in simple terms, this is the first theory in physics that proposes a fabric of space – the Avyakta – as a common substrate for all fields like the electromagnetic field, gravitational field and Higgs field. This research paper is also the first to propose the fabric of space as responsible for the Big Bang – and not matter alone as thought till now. This is the first theory to propose that particles of matter are actually wave forms of the background fabric itself, and that matter and the background fabric are not different. This assumption gives convincing and easy explanations to matter waves, neutrino oscillation, mass, and virtual particles like Z and W bosons which are temporary condensations of the background fabric conductive to their roles. This is the first theory that easily explains the nature of the anti-particle based on tough-humble modes of the background fabric. This is the first theory that proposes the spiral oscillatory nature of the wave form of the quark, and also the first to provide rational explanation to gravitational waves as being produced in the continuous surrounding fabric in expansion, as response to the internal oscillations of fundamental particles. On account of its assumption that matter and the background fabric are not separate entities, this is also the first theory to provide logical explanation to all virtual particle activities as the background fabric’s active and dynamic roles at the material level. This is the fist theory to show that most of the dark matter characteristics are actually that of the background fabric and not due to hidden or unknown matter. This is also the first to provide rational explanation for generations of matter, as the background fabric capable of expanding and contracting can support different types of wave forms in its different phases. This is the first theory to unify all the forces as different manifestations in vigour of the background fabric. In fact, one basic assumption – that there is a pliable background fabric of space (Avyakta) which is not separate from matter – can provide convincing explanations to the entire set of enigmas plaguing physics. And all this without contradicting any existing theory!
Prespacetime journal was selected for article submission as this is a specialized journal which focuses directly on the subject matter in the research and it is a standard peer-reviewed journal which provides authenticity to the findings. The journal also has an option for free online-distribution of the paper so that anyone interested can read it from anywhere in the world. The size of the article was too large for many other major journals and it was not possible to shorten it any further. This journal also has a dedicated exploratory section for fresh ideas meriting further studies. The journal was recommended by the author's friend Dr. Madan Thankavelu, Professor in Cambridge University.
Read the entire article here: http://prespacetime.com/index.php/pst/article/view/1140/1144
Ancestral home: Chamravattom, Tirur, Malappuram Dist., Kerala state, 676102 India
Born: 15 Feb. 1939 at Chamravattom. Parents: The late Sri. P. Madhavan Nair, veteran freedom-fighter, and C. Janaki Amma. Married to: Smti. Vatsala, d/o the late Sri. T. Gopala Kurup one of the pre-independence-day presidents of erstwhile Malabar District Congress Committee. Son: Dr Gopal, Radiologist, living at Kochi with wife Subhadra, an e-professional. Grandsons Harigovind, Navneet Krishnan and Harikrishnan.
Primary: Govt. Lower Primary and Sastha Upper Primary Schools, Chamravattom. Secondary: Achutha Varier High School, Ponnani - Winner of Best Student Gold Medal. Inter: Zamorin's College, Calicut - Winner of Madras University Sharpe Scholarship. Graduation: Physics, Zamorin's College, Calicut - Winner of Top Rank Gold medal. PG: Applied Physics, Govt. Victoria College, Palakad - incomplete. Research (Astrophysics).
Scientific Assistant at Astrophysical Observatory, Kodaikanal, 1960-'62. Officer-in-Charge, World-Wide Seismology Centre, Pune, 1962-'64.
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CREATIVE WRITING, MALAYALAM
Won in every literary competition during academic career. Translated Daniel Defoe (M. Flanders) and Lincoln Bernet (Einstein and the Universe) at age seventeen. Contributed popular science and creative copy to leading periodicals ever since. Wrote the first novel at age nineteen, topped the 120 entries to the novel-writing competition organized by the Mathrubhumi Weekly, bagged the prize and, also won the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for the year 1962. Sixty more popular titles in various branches of writing, deep in content but simple in style, have followed, won acclaim, enriched the language and have always remained alive in the book market.
AMONG OTHER LITERARY AWARDS WON ARE
NATIONAL SAHITYA AKADEMI AWARD, KERALA SAHITYA AKADEMI AWARD, VAYALAR AWARD,
ODAKKUZHAL AWARD, LALITHAMBIKA AWARD, OLAPPAMANNA AWARD, BALAMANI AMMA AWARD,
ACHUTHA MENON AWARD, ABU DHABI SAKTHI AWARD, C P MENON AWARD, MUTTATHU VARKEY
AWARD, DEVI PRASADAM AWARD, MAHAKAVI G AWARD, PANDIT KARUPPAN AWARD, MULUR
PURASKARAM, SANJAYAN PURASKARAM,
AMRITAKEERTI PURASKARAM, CHANDU MENON AWARD, BAHRAIN AWARD, OMAN
PRATHIBHA PURASKAR, VALLATHOL SAMMAN, FELLOWSHIP OF KERALA SAHITYA AKADEMI,
JNANAPPANA AWARD, NADABRAHMA AWARD, SANJAYAN AWARD, MADHAVA
MUDRA, THAKAZHI AWARD, V.T. AWARD, MATHRUBHUMI AWARD, K.P.KESAVA MENON
PURASKARAM, NALAPPADAN AWARD, MAYILPPEELI PURASKARAM AND THRIKKAVU DEVI
WORKS IN ENGLISH; TRANSLATIONS
Agni (novel) available as paperback and e-book on Amazon. Birds That Fly Ahead (novel, translation of Munpe Parakuna Pakshikal), Heart-Rending Times (novel, translation of Karal Pilarum Kalam), Now For a Tearful Smile (novel, translation of Iniyoru Nirakanchiri) on Amazon, Patches of Shade (novel, translation of Nizhalpadukal) Kerala Sahitya Akademi, Maybe Another Day (novel, translation of Spandamapinikale Nandi) National Sahitya Akademi, Zero (novel) Arnold Heinmann.
FORAYS INTO FILM WORLD
Twice elected to the Board of Directors of the Writers' Co-Operative of Kerala. Headed the Board for one term. Member of the first Board of Directors of the Kerala State Film Development Corporation. Member of the National Film Awards jury panel on three occasions. Twice member of jury panels to select Indian Panorama films. Captain of the 1984 march of writers on foot across Kerala.
C. Radhakrishnan's works attempt to integrate the cultures of science and the arts, to defeat division of every kind and to herald a unified world. His sincere and upright stand is widely admired.
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