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Posted by Alexander on February 11, 2001 08:59:12 UTC

Well, it seems that in the beginning there was some scalar field in a "false wacuum". This field was on unstable state and in transition to lower state resulted in creation of expanding space-time driven by the field energy. As this space-time expanded beyond Plank lenght, this presumably supersymmetric field then broke (separated) into 3 fundamental interactions with corresponding matter particles (quarks, neutrinoes, electrons, etc.) and corresponding carrier fields (gravitational, nuclear, electromagnetic). What we call light is e/magnetic radiation, so it precipitated from sypersymmetric superfield later during expansion. Gravitational force seems to precipitate (separate) first, then nuclear and then only e/magnetic (light).

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