The irreversibility of the arrow of time in Space Author: Yanbikov Vildan Shavkyatovich. Volgograd.firstname.lastname@example.org I. Introduction In the special theoryarrow of time in Space.docUploadFile_Viewer_Download • 40KB of relativity, it is assumed that a photondoes not lose its energy when it propagates in outer space. On thebasis of this assumption, the theory of the expansion of outer spacewas constructed. Propagating in outer space, the photon interactswith the matter of the physical vacuum (transmits to it a part of itsmomentum). The particles of the physical vacuum begin to makedamped oscillations near the center of their equilibrium along thepath of the photon. During these is how electromagnetic energy isconverted into gravitational energy. At the end of its trajectory, thephoton disappears from outer space. II. The basic part Experimentally, the deflection of the rays towards the Sunwas detected. The photon received an impulse directed to thecenter of the Sun. From the law of conservation of momentum. Thesun received the same impulse in the direction of the photon'strajectory. The sun received the same impulse in the direction of thephoton's trajectory. It has a strong effect on the Sun. Consider themechanism of photon emission of gravitational waves. During thepropagation of the photon in the physical vacuum. It should beassumed that the photon interacts with the matter of the physicalvacuum. Assume that the photon shifts the particles of the physicalvacuum from the equilibrium position along the path of the photon(Fig. 1). Particles of the physical vacuum begin to make dampedoscillatory movements along the photon trajectory. When a photoninteracts with a physical vacuum substance. Part of the photon pulseis transmitted to the particles of the physical vacuum. When theparticles of the physical vacuum vibrate. Gravitational waves areemitted in a perpendicular direction to the photon trajectory (Fig. 1).The photon loses its energy until it completely disappears. To provethat gravitational energy is radiated from the photon's trajectory. Inthe form of high-frequency gravitational waves. You can set up anexperiment (Fig. 2). For rice.2 shows a cylindrical glass flask installedso that the line A B is directed vertically upwards. Volume V is filledwith water in which the smallest particles of an opaque substance aresuspended. Through channel A B that is not filled with water. Apowerful light beam is emitted from a laser radiation source. Aftersome time, the particles of the opaque substance will gather alongthe AB channel. This means that the photon has the property ofattracting matter to its trajectory. A photon can be taken as anoscillating system (clock). With a changing oscillation period. Theperiod of oscillation of these watches is increasing. Until the sourceof vibrations (hours) completely disappears. Hence the conclusionthat the arrow of time on the scale of Space is always directed only inone direction. And it can't have a reverse direction. For Fig.1. showsa diagram (plots) of the propagation of gravitational energy from thephoton trajectory. Calculate the average energy emitted by a photonfrom the linear meter of the photon trajectory for green (λ = 555nm). The average energy emitted by a photon from a linear meteris determined from the formula ε = hν/1025 D j= 3.6/1044 D j. Where1025 is the horizon of visibility of the Universe. For Fig.1. shows thenotation: OZ – photon trajectory; H-direction of propagation ofgravitational waves. III. The conclusions “The” reddening " of a photon as it propagates through outerspace casts doubt on the Big Bang theory.