The Holografic Universe Visualisation **of** Big Bang and Black Holes United Gravity and EM

**of**ToE-Framework “The Solution to the Problem

**of**Time” and second Chapter

**of**ToE-Framework “The Solution to the Problem

**of**Gravity” this author informed scientific community about the framework for the

**Theory**

**of**

**Everything**concept, that must be applied in order to get back into Paradise on earth. Within a third chapter, the author explains how to perform to decode the Matrix

**of**thought. In this paper, the author gives an image

**of**the holographic universe from outside. Keywords:

**Theory**

**of**Everything, Matrix, Black Hole, Big Bang, Holographic Universe

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viXra

Chord mathematics

**of**chord language. The main features are: octave duodecimal number system, symmetric, mirror phase, and spatial expression

**of**chord language, also known as "chord geometry". Chord mathematics is scattered in various disciplines related to chord language, such as musicology, chord colorology, meridian science (life expression), etc. In this paper, quantitative, number system, positive and negative, coordinate, formula, calculation method and so on are integrated and unified. Chord language is composed

**of**chord spectrum, with quantum, string (opening, closed string, N string), symmetry, mirroring and other physical, mathematical (geometric) characteristics, manifested in music (time expression), painting (space expression), meridian (life expression) and other disciplines, with spiritual, physical duality, it has thousands

**of**years

**of**accumulation

**of**understanding, The more mature mathematical model, which can be observed and verified, should be the characteristic

**of**the

**theory**

**of**

**everything**. Key words: chord mathematics, chord geometry, duodecimal system, discrete, symmetric, mirror image

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viXra

**Theory** and simulations **of** critical temperatures in CrI3 and other 2D
materials: Easy-axis magnetic order and easy-plane Kosterlitz-Thouless
transitions

**of**materials with in-plane anisotropy is then discussed and it is argued that finite size effects may lead to observable magnetic order in macroscopic samples even if long range magnetic order is forbidden by the Mermin-Wagner theorem. Expand abstract.

**of**ferromagnetic order in several two-dimensional (2D) materials have generated an enormous interest in the physical mechanisms underlying 2D magnetism. In the present prospective article we show that Density Functional

**Theory**(DFT) combined with either classical Monte Carlo simulations or renormalized spin-wave

**theory**can predict Curie temperatures for ferromagnetic insulators that are in quantitative agreement with experiment. The case

**of**materials with in-plane anisotropy is then discussed and it is argued that finite size effects may lead to observable magnetic order in macroscopic samples even if long range magnetic order is forbidden by the Mermin-Wagner theorem.

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arXiv

Bosonic sectorized strings and the $(DF)^{2}$ **theory**

**of**the bosonic model with current algebras. In that case, we compute the effective action and show that it is essentially the same as the action

**of**the mass-deformed $(DF)^{2}$

**theory**found by Johansson and Nohle. Aspects which might seem somewhat contrived in the original construction --- such as the inclusion

**of**a scalar transforming in some real representation

**of**the gauge group --- are shown to follow very naturally from the worldsheet formulation

**of**the

**theory**.

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arXiv

$[0,n]\cup \{\omega\}$ is a spectrum **of** a non-disintegrated flat
strongly minimal model complete **theory** in a language with finite signature

**of**recursive models (SRM(T))

**of**a strongly minimal

**theory**. This

**theory**is non-disintegrated, flat, model complete, and in a language with a finite signature.

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arXiv

Excitons in InP, GaP, GaInP quantum dots: Insights from time-dependent
density functional **theory**

**of**group III-V are considered as promising candidates for next-generation environmentally friendly light emitting devices, yet there appears to be only limited understanding

**of**the underlying electronic and excitonic properties. Using large-scale density functional

**theory**with the hybrid B3LYP functional solving the single-particle states and time-dependent density functional

**theory**accounting for the many-body excitonic effects, we have identified the structural, electronic and excitonic optical properties

**of**InP, GaP and GaInP QDs containing up to a thousand atoms or more. The calculated optical gap

**of**InP QD appears in excellent agreement with available experiments, and it scales nearly linearly with the inverse diameter. The radiative exciton decay lifetime is found to increase surprisingly linearly with increasing the dot size. For GaP QDs, we predict an unusual electronic state crossover at diameter around 1.5 nm whereby the nature

**of**the lowest unoccupied molecular orbital (LUMO) state switches its symmetry from $\Gamma_{5}$-like at larger diameter to $\Gamma_{1}$-like at smaller diameter. After the crossover, the absorption intensity

**of**the band-edge exciton states is significantly enhanced. Finally, we find that Vegard's law holds very well for GaInP random alloyed quantum dots down to ultra-small sizes with less than a hundred atoms. The obtained energy gap bowing parameter

**of**this common-cation compound in QD regime appears positive, size-dependent and much smaller than its bulk parentage. The volume deformation, dominating over the charge exchange and structure relaxation effects, is mainly responsible for the QD energy gap bowing. The present work provides a road map for a variety

**of**electronic and optical properties

**of**colloidal QDs in group III-V that can guide spectroscopic studies.

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arXiv

Machine learning the physical non-local exchange-correlation functional
**of** density-functional **theory**

**of**solving some of the delocalization problems that plague density-functional

**theory**, while maintaining the computational efficiency that characterizes the Kohn-Sham equations. Expand abstract.

**of**density-functional

**theory**that simultaneously reproduces both the exact exchange-correlation energy and potential. This functional is extremely non-local, but retains the computational scaling

**of**traditional local or semi-local approximations. It therefore holds the promise

**of**solving some

**of**the delocalization problems that plague density-functional theory, while maintaining the computational efficiency that characterizes the Kohn-Sham equations. Furthermore, by using automatic differentiation, a capability present in modern machine-learning frameworks, we impose the exact mathematical relation between the exchange-correlation energy and the potential, leading to a fully consistent method. We demonstrate the feasibility

**of**our approach by looking at one-dimensional systems with two strongly-correlated electrons, where density-functional methods are known to fail, and investigate the behavior and performance

**of**our functional by varying the degree

**of**non-locality.

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arXiv

Applications **of** qualitative grounded **theory** methodology to investigate hearing loss: Protocol for a qualitative systematic review

**of**this study: This systematic review is the first to provide a comprehensive critique of the use of grounded

**theory**to investigate hearing loss. Expand abstract.

**of**the condition, qualitative research is becoming more widespread. Grounded

**theory**is a specific qualitative methodology that has been used to establish novel theories on the experiences

**of**living with hearing loss. Method and analysis: The aim

**of**this systematic review is to establish how grounded

**theory**has been applied to investigate the psychosocial aspects

**of**hearing loss. Methods are reported according to the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-analysis Protocols (PRISMA-P) 2015 checklist. Studies included in this review will have applied grounded

**theory**methodology. For a study to be included, it can apply grounded

**theory**as an overarching methodology, or have grounded

**theory**methodology embedded amongst other methodologies. These studies can be in the form

**of**retrospective or prospective studies, before and after comparison studies, RCTs, non-RCTs, cohort studies, prospective observational studies, case-control studies, cross-sectional studies, longitudinal studies, and mixed method studies. Purely quantitative studies, studies that have not applied grounded

**theory**methodology, articles reporting expert opinions, case reports, practice guidelines, case series, conference abstracts, and book chapters will be excluded. Studies included will have adult participants ([≥]18 years) who are either people with an acquired hearing loss, their family and friends (communication partners), or audiologists. The quality

**of**application

**of**grounded

**theory**in each study will be assessed using the Guideline for Reporting and Evaluating Grounded

**Theory**Research Studies (GUREGT). Ethics and dissemination: As only secondary data will be used in this systematic review, ethical approval is not required. No other ethical issues are foreseen. The International Prospective Register

**of**Systematic Reviews (http://www crd.york.ac.uk/PROSPERO) holds the registration record

**of**this systematic review. Findings will be disseminated via peer reviewed publications and at relevant academic conferences. Findings may also be published in relevant professional and third sector newsletters and magazines as appropriate. Data will inform future research and guideline development. Prospero registration number: PROSPERO CRD42019134197 Strengths and limitations

**of**this study: This systematic review is the first to provide a comprehensive critique

**of**the use

**of**grounded

**theory**to investigate hearing loss. The search strategy was formed in collaboration with an information specialist at the University

**of**Nottingham. The PRISMA-P guidelines have directed the considerations and layout

**of**this protocol. Because experiences and articulations

**of**hearing loss are influenced by age, only adult ([≥]18 years) participants (people with hearing loss, communication partners, audiologists) will be considered. The search will not include grey literature. The studies included will only have samples

**of**individuals with hearing loss, rather than full deafness.

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medRxiv

Folding RNA in mixtures **of** monovalent and divalent cations: **Theory** and simulations

**theory**for ion-phosphate interactions, when combined with simulations based on coarse-grained model for RNA allows us to predict the folding

**of**RNA of arbitrary structural complexity in a mixture containing monovalent and divalent ions. Expand abstract.

**of**counter ions. Experiments are typically performed in the presence

**of**monovalent and divalent cations. How to treat the impact

**of**a solution containing a mixture

**of**both ion types on RNA folding has remained a challenging problem for decades. By exploiting the large concentration difference between divalent and monovalent ions used in experiments, we develop a theory, based on the Reference Interaction Site Model (RISM), which allows us to treat divalent cations explicitly while keeping the implicit screening effect due to monovalent ions. Our

**theory**captures both the inner shell and outer shell coordination

**of**divalent cations to phosphate groups, which we demonstrate is crucial in an accurate calculation

**of**RNA folding thermodynamics. The RISM

**theory**for ion-phosphate interactions, when combined with simulations based on coarse-grained model for RNA allows us to predict the folding

**of**RNA

**of**arbitrary structural complexity in a mixture containing monovalent and divalent ions. We show that the calculated folding free energies and ion-preferential coefficients for RNA molecules (pseudoknots, a fragment

**of**the ribosomal RNA, and the aptamer domain

**of**the adenine riboswitch) are in excellent agreement with experiments over a wide range

**of**monovalent and divalent ion concentrations. Because the

**theory**is general, it can be readily applied to investigate ion and sequence effects on DNA.

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bioRxiv

Cosmic acceleration via space-time-matter **theory**

**theory**to study the relative acceleration

**of**the parallel geodesics of this space-time, and also, obtain the observer area-distance as a measurable quantity to compare this theory with two other models. Expand abstract.

**theory**(STM) in a five-dimensional vacuum space-time with a generalized FLRW metric to investigate the late-time acceleration

**of**the universe. For this purpose, we derive the four-dimensional induced field equations and obtain the evolution

**of**the state parameter with respect to the redshift. Then, we show that with consideration

**of**the extra dimension scale factor to be a linear function

**of**redshift, this leads to a model which gives an accelerating phase in the universe. Moreover, we derive the geodesic deviation equation in the STM

**theory**to study the relative acceleration

**of**the parallel geodesics

**of**this space-time, and also, obtain the observer area-distance as a measurable quantity to compare this

**theory**with two other models.

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arXiv