# On the Dressed Photon Constant and Its Implication for a Novel Perspective on Cosmology

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## Abstract

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## 1. Introduction

**Remark**

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**Thus, we show that macroscopic order parameters emerge naturally from the disjoint representations appearing in the micro systems and the spectrum of those order parameters gives the classification space for describing a variety of configurations the micro system would take**. The duality relation illustrated in the ordinate axis, that is, $[Dyn\leftrightarrows Spec]$ expresses the duality between invariability and variability of coupled micro and macro systems.

## 2. Augmented Maxwell’s Theory

#### 2.1. Clebsch Dual Field

- (i)
- in the above classical theory, the longitudinally propagating electric field can be reinterpreted as the null current vector ${\mathrm{\partial}}_{\mu}\varphi $$(\varphi :={\mathrm{\partial}}_{\nu}{A}^{\nu})$, and
- (ii)
- through a process similar to the analytic continuation in complex analysis, the electromagnetic field ${A}_{\mu}$ is extended to a CD field ${U}_{\mu}$. Via the Clebsch parameterization of ${U}_{\mu}$, ${A}_{\mu}$ is extended to the semi-spacelike momentum domain, which is regarded as the classical version of the $U(1)$ gauge boson as the mediator of the electromagnetic force. Thus, we can obtain a consistent picture of the classical electromagnetic longitudinal modes: the non-virtual one reported in [16,17] and the “virtual” one of the CD field.

#### 2.2. Quantization of the CD Field and DP Model

## 3. On Dark Energy and Dark Matter

## 4. Dressed Photon Constant and a New Version of CCC

#### 4.1. Dressed Photon Constant

#### 4.2. New Version of CCC

## Author Contributions

## Funding

## Institutional Review Board Statement

## Informed Consent Statement

## Data Availability Statement

## Acknowledgments

## Conflicts of Interest

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