Extension of the Standard model with dark matter particles, dark energy and gravity

Author: Mag.rer.nat. Reinhard Kronberger

Email:  simplemind1@gmx.at

Reinhard Kronberger

Cosmos Particles   

Dark Energy by the Evolutionpotential

Dark Matter and Gravity by the Extended Standard Model

The story to the theory

I have studied mathematics in Saltborough but beside mathematics i was always interested in physics.
Physics in the last century and in our century is so amazing and many questions are still open.
The results like the general relativity from Einstein and the quantum mechanic by,
Werner Heisenberg, Erwin Schrödinger, Max Born, Pascual Jordan, Wolfgang Pauli, Paul Dirac, John von Neumann
and many others changed my worldview.
Modern physic is so tight connected to mathematic that someone can think that the universe is abstract
as mathematic is.
More than 15 years ago i searched in the www for symmetries and found the group E9 which is the
affine one point extension of the well known exceptional group E8.
Soon it was clear that the coxeter element - symmetry of it  SU(5) x SU(3) x SU(2) x U(1) x E(1) has the potential
for gravity and other particles. 
I saw that it is a rocky path to get clear results but at least with perseverance and a burning fire for physics
i got some surprising results which motivates me to understand them.
Dirac said "the formular i found is much smarter as i" and so i am still on the beginning of understanding
all consequences of the formulars i found.

An interpretationtrial of the Fine Structure Constant formular founded

by Hans de Vries.

fine structure constant

As i saw the formular of Hans de Vries for the first time i was very impressed about the
elegance and the accuracy of the formular.I thought can something beautiful be wrong?
There are a lot of trials on the internet to calculate the fine structure constant but the
most of them are more or less ugly and only fit approximately to the empirical value of the FSC.
The HdV formular leads to a value of the FSC which is in the allowed range!

The question is can the HdV (Hans de Vries) formular fail?
Yes because we have actually no proof for it but on the other hand can such a formular provide
such a accuracy value for the FSC (fine structure constan) randomly?

I know it is possible to find for every value a formular which delivers the value but thinking about the important
naturevalues like pi or e all formulars which delivers the value are very elegant and smart.
The FSC is also such an important value and should at least be a result of a smart formular.

So i started a try to understand the building blocks of the formular.