The Three-dimensional Complex Space Theory

Daniel Eduardo Caminoa Lizarralde

Abstract


This work expands of the paper The Three-dimensional Complex Space theory - TCS Theory (Caminoa Lizarralde Daniel E., 2009 and 2010) with the advances obtained in TCS Theory - Planetary Mechanics TCSPM (Caminoa Lizarralde Daniel E., 2011). This research was started almost twenty-four years ago at Buenos Aires. Two experiments were selected on which I carry out interpretations of this new theory. Also, I've added a complete development study on electromagnetic hysteresis, due to it is of primary importance on astronomical research the determination of new electromagnetic spectra that happen on the Cosmos and it is at range of observation. The TCS theory determines an existence of six different quarks (only two of them can be observed with present electromagnetic technologies), as well as three elemental particles components that integrates every known matter and it belongs to three different physical subspaces (even temporal subspace), that makes nine physical dimensions and twelve real dimensions in total.


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