the space spherical symmetry of 3-dimensional and the translational symmetry of
time and the uncertainty principle, a 4-dimensional space-time cylinder model
of quarks and leptons is established. With this model, equations of the special
relativity can be extended more perfectly, thereby achieving a unity of the
special relativity and quantum mechanics in deeper level. New equations can not
only interpret issues explained by old equations but also solve several
important pending problems. For example, a formula to strictly calculate the coefficient ξ of Lorentz invariance violation (LIV)
is derived, to above 4 × 1019 eV UHECR protons the calculated |ξ| < 4.5 × 10-30, although
there is the LIV effect it is too weak to change the GZK cutoff, which is
consistent with observations of HiRes and Auger; Also, a relation formula
between the Hubble constant and several basic constants is derived, thus
theoretically calculated H0 = 70.937 km·s-1·Mpc-1, which is well consistent with the
final observation result of HST Key Project. In addition, an unusual effect
predicted by new equations can be experimentally tested in the electron storage
ring; a preliminary experiment result has hinted its signs of existence.
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