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The Structure and Composition of the Cosmos
The Structure and Composition of the Cosmos consists of two theories: The Quantum Ether Theory and The Euclidean Cosmos Theory.
The Quantum Ether Theory, which is based on the quantum field theory, states that the zeropoint field is the background for all quantum phenomena including the propagation of photons and virtual photons, where photons are the basic units of light and other forms of electromagnetic radiation, while the virtual photons are forming the electromagnetic force fields.
The zeropoint field (also called the vacuum state) is the quantum state with the lowest possible energy. The zeropoint field normally contains no physical particles, but consist of transient electromagnetic radiation and particles that pop up and disappear.
According the Quantum Ether Theory, the relativistic physical phenomena such as the length contraction and time dilation occur when "bodies" have a velocity relative to the zero point field, and thereby a velocity relative to the propagation speed of the virtual particles that hold the "bodies" together.
Furthermore, since the traveled length is a function of the time, a material length contraction will give rise to time dilation; and since the time dilation is a consequence of a material length contraction, it must be the clocks that are slow  and not the time. This means that the time axis is just as linear as the three space coordinates.
The experimental basis for such a theory already exists. The existence of the zeropoint field has been experimentally verified by the Casimir effect, and according to Maxwell's equations the electromagnetic fields propagate with the constant velocity c = (ε_{0}μ_{0})^{−½}, which is defined by the electric (ε_{0}) and magnetic (μ_{0}) properties of the zeropoint field.
This is no coincidence. Already around the year 1862, Maxwell calculated the propagation velocity of electromagnetic waves. This speed proved to be very close to the speed of light, why Maxwell wrote: "We Can scarcely avoid the conclusion that light consists in the transverse undulations of the same medium which is the cause of electric and magnetic phenomena." (J J O'Connor and E F Robertson, James Clerk Maxwell, School of Mathematics and Statistics.)
In addition, the length contraction can be derived by means of Coulomb's law, and the Michelson and Morley experiment can be explained by a physical length contraction (see below for an explanation).
The Euclidean Cosmos Theory, which explains all the fundamental questions concerning our Universe, looks at the distribution of mass and energy in the Euclidean space and is founded on classical physics and the following assumptions:
 The space is Euclidean.  The law of conservation of energy holds good.
 No interactions travel faster than the velocity of light in vacuum.
 Mass and energy are deflected in a gravitational field.
 The Cosmos has existed for an infinitely long time. (Stems from the conservation law and the Euclidean geometry of space.)
 We exist.
 Quantum theory does not allow singularities.
If we compare the theory with the observations of our own Universe, the theory provides an explanation of all the outstanding issues  as for instance dark matter and dark energy. 
The Structure and Composition of the Cosmos
The Quantum Ether Theory
The existence of the zeropoint field creates the basis for the theory of the Structure and Composition of the Cosmos.
The Euclidean Cosmos Theory
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The Euclidean Cosmos Theory
According to the theory for the Euclidean Cosmos, the Cosmos consists of an infinite space where all the matter and energy are collected. When we look at the distribution of the matter and energy, we assume that the Cosmos has existed for an infinitely long time, that the mass and energy is constant, that the space is Euclidean, and that the mass and energy are quantized  and, therefore, cannot end up as a singularity. The gravitational forces will then produce a mass distribution in the infinite flat space, where the mass and energy assembles into larger and denser structures, until a state of equilibrium arises in the Euclidean space.
As time pass by, the larger and denser units will accumulate into black holes and closed universes, and since the quantum theory does not permit singularities, even the closed universes will, as the energy is depleted, end up as giant black holes. However, since we exist there must be a way out,  there must be a way in which a black hole can be converted into pure energy. That is to say, a black hole must be able to explode in a Big Bang.
A big bang is in this context, not an expansion of the universe, but an explosion (expansion of matter and energy) in an existing Euclidean closed universe. A Euclidean closed universe, is a universe, where the space is Euclidean while the universe is closed, such that the total mass of the universe is so big, that the photons cannot escape the gravitational field because of their mass, m = E/c^{2} = hν/c^{2}.
In a Euclidean universe, the matter and energy will not be able to leave the universe. Therefore, the material falling into a black hole doesn't end up as a singularity, but remains in the black hole, so the black hole becomes bigger, denser, and hotter. The larger the black hole becomes the more of the surrounding matter it will be able to attract.
As a black hole from the outset has a mass, that is so big, that not even light can escape, all the energy that is fed into the black hole, in terms of potential and kinetic energy of the absorbed material, will stay there. At some point, the temperature will become so high, that quarkgluon plasma is formed. Finally, when the temperature reaches several trillion degrees, there will occur a phase shift, which results in the explosion we call a Big Bang.
The result is that matter accumulates into closed universes, where there occurs a Big Bang now and then or rather whenever a black hole gets the right size. Since a black hole explodes in a Big Bang in an existing universe, it provides an explanation of what started a Big Bang and where the energy came from. In addition, it explains the rapid star formation, since the "old" mass acts as seeds for the formation of new celestial bodies. The Dark Matter is simply the "old" matter that is within the radius of a Big Bang, while the Dark Energy is the "old" matter outside the radius of a Big Bang.
Besides, the theory solves the flatness problem, the horizon problem, and the smoothness problem, and explains the mass distribution in galaxies, and the network structure of the Universe. Finally, the theory fits with the latest data from WMAP. 
The Euclidean Cosmos Theory
The theory is founded on classical physics and the following assumptions:
 The space is Euclidean.  The law of conservation of energy holds good.  No interactions travel faster than the velocity of light in vacuum.  Mass and energy are deflected in a gravitational field.  The Cosmos has existed for an infinitely long time.  We exist.  Quantum theory does not allow singularities.

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The Quantum Ether Theory
The Quantum Ether Theory, as described in "The Structure and Composition of the Cosmos”, explains all the physical phenomena that normally are connected with the theory of relativity. Let's look at some of the results.
According to the theory the length contractions do not arise because of a velocity relative to another coordinate system, but because of a motion relative to the zeropoint field.
Consider a solid body. The virtual photons that constitute the electromagnetic forces that hold the atoms together in the body are moving with the constant velocity of light (ε_{0}μ_{0})^{−½}, which is defined by the vacuum permittivity (ε_{0}) and the vacuum permeability (μ_{0}) of the zeropoint field. When the body moves relative to the zeropoint field, the speed of the virtual photons will change in relation to the body. This changes the electromagnetic fields surrounding the atoms. In order to maintain an equilibrium state, the atoms will then have to move relative to each other. This means, that there is a physical explanation of length contractions.
Even the relation E = mc^{2}, and the gravitational induced time dilation, can be deduced from the classical laws. The relation implies that the mass is of electromagnetic nature, as m = ε_{0}μ_{0}E ~ ε_{0}μ_{0}eV, whereby it will be possible to submit a TOE (theory of everything), as the primary problem here is, that general relativity and quantum mechanics are impossible to unify. Therefore, the theory provides a platform for answering many of the questions that for the moment seem almost insurmountable.
However, Einstein's theory of relativity does not give a physical explanation for the existence of length contractions. In short, a theory, that explains how an observer in one inertial system A perceive the lengths and times in an other inertial system B, cannot produce a physical length contraction or time dilation, such material alterations can only arise because of a physical change of the electromagnetic forces that keep the atoms and molecules together.
Therefore, when a news media pronounce that a measurement or experiment confirms special relativity, the result of the measurement is not a consequence of Einstein's relativity, but a result of the physical laws that appear when objects move in relation to the electromagnetic or the gravitational field. 
The Quantum Ether Theory
Between the closed universes rests the quantum field with the lowest possible energy, called the zeropoint field. If there occasionally in the zeropoint field arise a real particle, it will gravitate against one of the closed universes or barren objects. In this way, the zeropoint field remains at the lowest possible energy level.

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The Length Contraction and Time Dilation due to the Velocity Relative to the ZeroPoint Field
We assume that we have two charged elementary particles q_{1} and q_{2}, which are held together by electromagnetic forces, and which are at rest in the zeropoint field. According to Coulomb's law the force between the two charges is equal to,
F = C q_{1}q_{2}/r^{2},
where F is the force, r is the distance between q_{1} and q_{2}  and C = 1/(4πε_{0}) is a constant.
We assume that the electromagnetic forces propagate in the zeropoint field with the speed of light, c. This means that the distance r can be written as ct, where t is the time it takes the forces to move the distance r, i.e. r = ct.
The two particles is then set in motion in the direction from q_{1} to q_{2}, with the velocity v relative to the zeropoint field. Since both the forces and the distance between the charges may have changed as a result of the movement relative to the field, we write
F' = C q_{1}q_{2}/r'^{2}.
As the forces propagate with the speed of light, c, the distance the force must travel from q_{1} to q_{2} becomes to the first order r_{1} = ct + vt (since the charge q_{2} moves away from q_{1}). The distance the force must travel from q_{2} to q_{1} becomes to the first order r_{2} = ct  vt (since the charge q_{1} approaches q_{2}).
We thus find
F' = C q_{1}q_{2}/r'^{2} = Cq_{1}q_{2}/[r_{1}r_{2}] = C q_{1}q_{2}/[(ct + vt)(ct  vt)] = C q_{1}q_{2}/[ct(1 + v/c)ct(1  v/c)] F' = C q_{1}q_{2}/r'^{2} = C q_{1}q_{2}/[r^{2}(1  v^{2}/c^{2})] and thus r' = r (1v^{2}/c^{2})^{½}
This is the Lorentz contraction, or the relativistic length contraction, which occurs when a body moves relative to the zeropoint field.
Time Dilation
The time is a measure of the rate of change and can thereby be expressed by how long it takes to move a certain distance, i.e. t = r/v, where t is the time, r the distance, and v the velocity.
The Euclidean Cosmos consists of a threedimensional space and one universal time. However, if the distance becomes shorter because of the speed in relation to the zeropoint field, it will obviously take less time to travel the shorter distance.
Let us consider a system in motion relative to the zeropoint field. Because of the length contraction, the time t' it takes to travel the distance r' = r(1v^{2}/c^{2})^{½ }in the moving system will not be as long as the time t it takes to travel the distance r in the stationary system at the same velocity. This corresponds to what in the theory of relativity is called the time dilation.
At the same velocity in the two systems, we find that
r/t = r'/t' = r(1v^{2}/c^{2})^{½}/t'
1/t = (1v^{2}/c^{2})^{½}/t'
from which we find the time dilation
t' = t(1v^{2}/c^{2})^{½}.
Since the distance becomes shorter in the moving system, the time it takes to travel the distance, at the same speed, becomes correspondingly shorter. As the time is reduced by exactly the same factor as the length, the time will pass just as fast in the moving system as in the stationary system. It means, that the time is the same in the two systems. However, the clocks may because of the length contraction, which depends on their design and orientation relative to the direction of motion, be affected by their velocity relative to the zeropoint field.
If we choose to look at the space and time as a combined spacetime, the time axis will be just as linear as the three coordinate axes. This means that the space is Euclidean, so the gravitational field cannot be explained by the curvature of spacetime as in Einstein's general relativity.
(The calculations continue under the section "Mass and Energy".) 
The Length Contraction and Time Dilation due to the Velocity Relative to the ZeroPoint Field 
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The MichelsonMorley Experiment
The Michelson and Morley experiment vas an interference experiment, which because of the changing velocities in relation to the luminiferous ether, should have resulted in changing interference patterns, when the experimental setup followed the movements of the earth around the sun  but the experiment showed no changes in the interferences pattern.
Fíg. The Michelson and Morley experiment.
There are two solutions to the MichelsonMorley experiment: 1) The velocity of light must be constant in relation to any experimental setup, and thereby to any object, if it is to explain MichelsonMorley’s experiment. 2) All bodies, which are moving with a velocity relative to the zeropoint field, must be subjected to a length contraction in the direction of motion.
Einstein chose the first option, which is identical to one of his fundamental postulates: The universality of the speed of light. We will prove that a length contraction of the experimental setup is a solution to the MichelsonMorley experiment.
Fig. The MichelsonMorley experiment.
Assume that the apparatus is moving in the xdirection with the velocity v in the zeropoint field and that the velocity of light c is constant in relation to this field. When the apparatus is at rest relative to the zeropoint field, we have: L_{x }= L_{y} = L.
If t is the time, the light needs to hit the mirror in the ydirection, then:
The time the light needs to hit the mirror in the ydirection and return, is thus
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The light in the xdirection needs the time t_{1} to hit the mirror and the time t_{2} to return:
and .
The time for the total throughput in the xdirection becomes then
, from which
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According to the MichelsonMorley experiment, the time it takes the light to pass through the two routes are identical, so 2t = t_{1} + t_{2 }:
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Since the left and right hand side of the equation are different, and as the velocities v and c are constant in relation to the zeropoint field, the difference must be due to a difference in the length between L_{x }and L_{y}. Let us denote this difference by γ (gamma), so L_{y} = γ ∙ L_{x}. By doing so, we find that:
From L_{y} = γ ∙ L_{x} we find L' = L_{x} = L_{y }/γ = L/γ =L(1 − v^{2}/c^{2})^{1/2}, from which we get the Lorentz contraction:
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As the experimental setup is moving relative to the virtual photons (the electromagnetic field) that hold the equipment together, the experiment supports a physical explanation of the length contraction and time dilation.
The apparatus consists of atoms that are held together by electromagnetic forces. When the apparatus is in motion relative to the zeropoint field, the light and the virtual photons, that constitute the electromagnetic forces, have exactly the same velocity relative to the apparatus. As the apparatus because of its velocity relative to the electromagnetic field shrinks with the factor (1v^{2}/c^{2})^{½ }in the direction of motion, there does not arise any changes in the interference pattern, during the motion of the apparatus around the sun.
However, if we assume that the velocity of light (c) is constant in relation to any object, even when the object has a velocity approaching that of light relative to the earth, the length contraction of the object cannot be explained. Because the velocities of the photons, as well as the virtual photons that hold the object together, will always be constant in relation to the object. 
The MichelsonMorley Experiment
All bodies that are moving with a velocity relative to the zeropoint field, must be subjected to a length contraction in the direction of motion, because of their velocity relative to the propagation speed of the virtual particles that hold the bodies together.

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Einstein's Theory of Relativity is Wrong
Einstein's relativity is wrong. This can be seen from the following separate reasons, where each of them is enough to overturn the theory.
1st: One cannot at the same time have a zeropoint field and let all inertial systems be equal. One cannot have a quantum field like the zeropoint field, where virtual particles pop up and disappear, and at the same time postulate that all inertial systems are equal, as an inertial system that has a velocity relative to the zeropoint field is different from a system that is stationary relative to this field. This is due to, that the zeropoint field is the background in which all quantum mechanical phenomena takes place, including the propagation of the virtual photons that constitutes the electromagnetic field.
2nd: Even if the length contractions and time dilations were real according to relativity, it would not be possible to measure any length contractions or time dilations according to the theory of relativity.
The theory of relativity is a theory that explains what the lengths and times looks like in a system S' seen from a system S, and conversely, what the lengths and times looks like in a system S seen from a system S'.
We assume that when the two inertial systems S and S' are at rest relative to each other, the coordinate values in S and S' have the same physical length, so x_{0}=x_{0}' at a relative velocity equal to zero.
Fig. Two inertial systems S and S', with the relative numerical velocity v.
We now consider the case where S and S' has a relative constant velocity v in the x and x'direction. According to the principle of relativity the length of the coordinate x_{0}' seen from S is equal to because of the length contraction, and seen from S' the length of coordinate x_{0} is, likewise because of the length contraction, equal to . Therefore, according to the theory of relativity, the length contractions "in S' seen from S" and "in S seen from S' " are identical, regardless of whether one or the other or both inertial systems have been subjected to an acceleration or not.
Irrespective of whether the length contractions are imaginary or real, it will not be possible to measure any length contractions or time dilations, as the length contractions are identical in the two systems.
3rd: One cannot create a physical length contraction in an inertial system S, just by the mere presence of a moving inertial system S'. As mentioned, the theory of relativity is a theory that explains what the lengths and times looks like in a system S' seen from a system S, and conversely, what the lengths and times looks like in a system S seen from a system S'. If the length contractions and time dilations are fictitious, they cannot explain the real length contractions and time dilations that have been observed! One cannot measure on a fictitious parameter and claim that the result of the measurement is real.
This can also be illustrated by an optical phenomenon: If one stands under a lamppost S, and looks at a lamppost S' at the other end of the road, one finds that lamppost S' is contracted. Likewise, if one stands under a lamppost S', and looks at a lamppost S at the other end of the road, one finds that lamppost S is contracted. The length contractions "in S' seen from S", and "in S seen from S' ", are identical and fictitious, but these fictitious length contractions cannot explain the existence of real length contractions.
To explain the physical observations it is necessary to assume that the length contractions and time dilations are real. However, if the length contractions are real, it must be possible to create a length contraction in an inertial system S, just by letting another inertial system S' pass by. As this cannot be true, relativity cannot produce any physical length contractions and time dilations.
4th: What physical observations justify Einstein to define: "that the "time" required by light to travel from A to B equals the "time" it requires to travel from B to A", even when the distance AB is moving. Einstein deduced special relativity on the postulations of the constant velocity of light and the principle of relativity. However, during the deduction of special relativity, he suddenly defines a common "time" for A and B.
Einstein defines: "that the "time" required by light to travel from A to B equals the "time" it requires to travel from B to A ". Einstein uses this definition, even when the fixed distance AB is moving relative to the constant velocity of light. In the case where the distance AB is moving, the point B will either approach or distance itself from the point A, during the time it takes the light to travel the distance from A to B, and vice versa, when the light travels the distance from B to A.
Consequently, the two different times cannot become a common time, unless the velocity of AB is zero in relation to the zeropoint field. This definition of a common time leads to the time dilation, and the length contraction. (See page 40 of "Albert Einstein, et al.: "The Principle of Relativity", Dover Publications, New York." or page 22 of the doctoral thesis “The Structure and Composition of the Cosmos”.) 
Einstein's Theory of Relativity is Wrong
Einstein's Relativity says: When I look at you, you shrink, and when you look at me, I shrink, so we both shrink. However, an observation of a moving body does not alter the body; one cannot alter a body just by looking at it.
Therefore, Einstein's theory cannot explain the existence of length contractions and time dilatations. There must be a physical reason for a physical change, but Einstein's Relativity does not offer any such reasons!

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Einstein's Special Relativity
Special relativity can be deduced from two fundamental postulates:*
(1) Principle of relativity (Galileo): No experiment can measure the absolute velocity of an observer; the results of any experiment performed by an observer do not depend on his speed relative to other observers who are not involved in the experiment.
(2) Universality of the speed of light (Einstein): The speed of light relative to any unaccelerated observer is c = 3 × 10^{8} ms^{−1}, regardless of the motion of the light’s source relative to the observer. Let us be quite clear about this postulate’s meaning: two different unaccelerated observers measuring the speed of the same photon will each find it to be moving at 3 × 10^{8} ms^{−1} relative to themselves, regardless of their state of motion relative to each other.
* Bernard F. Schutz: "A First Course in General Relativity", Second Edition, Cambridge University Press, 2009. (A widely used textbook in General Relativity.)
The two fundamental postulates are both false:
Ad. 1. Principle of relativity Stefan Marinov has disproved the principle of relativity by measuring the speed of light in different directions. He found in this way the absolute velocity of the experimental setup relative to the zeropoint field. The principle behind the test is shown in the figure below.
Fig. Marinov measured the velocity of the equipment in relation to the zeropoint field to 362 ± 40 km/s.
Ad. 2. Universality of the speed of light The postulate of the universality of the speed of light was Einstein's attempt to explain the MichelsonMorley experiment. This means that one and the same photon must have the velocity c in every inertial system. However, if the virtual photons that hold the atoms together always have the same velocity c in relation to a body, they will never be able to generate any length contractions.
The velocity of light according to Einstein's Special Relativity:
The same photon, e.g. Photon 1, cannot, at one and the same time, have exactly the same velocity c in relation to the zeropoint field and the two inertial systems, with two different velocities.
The velocity of light according to the Quantum Ether Theory:
Since Einstein's Theory of Relativity is wrong, many of the theories that are based on Einstein's relativity are also wrong. In connection with the space it means especially that we can ignore the existence of singularities, and the curvature of space, why the space is Euclidean. 
Einstein's Special Relativity
In order to accept Einstein's relativity, one have to accept, that a definite photon, with mass m = f∙h/c^{2}, has the same velocity c relative to all moving objects, where c is the velocity of light, h is Planck's constant, and f is the frequency of the photon.
Stefan Marinov has disproved the principle of relativity by measuring the speed of light in different directions. He found in this way the absolute velocity of the experimental setup relative to the zeropoint field.

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Evaluation
The Faculty of Science at the University of Copenhagen will not accept the thesis until it has been approval by a third party. Your institute or publishing house, if any, could be that third party!
Niels Bohr's Institute has this comment on the relativistic part of the thesis by theoretical particle physicist Poul Henrik Damgaard: The paradoxes of special relativity "can be explained by the necessity of acceleration, to bring two inertial systems into the same inertial system."
However, according to the present theory, an inertial system does not care from where it gets its velocity, but it cares about its velocity relative to the zeropoint field. This is because the virtual photons that transfer the electromagnetic forces propagate in the zeropoint field. Consequently, a body that moves relative to this field will be exposed to a factual length contraction.
On the cosmological part of the thesis, professor Jens Hjorth from Niels Bohr's Institute has this comment: "If the work can be published as articles in international journals (with a referee system) it can eventually be accepted for public defence at the faculty."
If you agree with the theory or want to publish it, please let me know! 
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