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Missing Mass: Big Bang.

In other words, as one of the atoms or what we term Neutrons or elementary particles with roughly the same mass as a proton, but with no electric charge, and present in the nuclei of all atoms except those of ordinary hydrogen, positions itself, then the second movement, or what we term a particle is attracted by density alone.

Therefore, it must be noted, this event becomes precipitous, because, as a third particle tries to determine its position in space and time, it has only half the opportunity of its opposite two numbers. The fourth particle will have only one third the denomination, and so on and so forth, until an entire Universe has moved to the central point. And although we have termed these elementary particles as neutrons, I think to change the text slightly to super heavy neutrons might be more appropriate.

The reason behind this analogy is quite simple. We have shown how one Universe acts as a catalyst for the next: It produced cause and effect. Once we've demonstrated, as fusion takes place from a sub-division in the matrix's of the nothingness, an ambit is provided to locate all universal mass, leaving only an inferno of residual energy in its wake. We showed this earlier on with an equation: em=n².

What we have achieved, is not only a Universe by design, but a Universe by attraction. Yet also, we should remember, not only have we separated energy and mass from the nothingness, but we have also divided two nuclear energy and mass, contemporaries from one another. In achieving this massive task we simultaneously provide time. Because however long this event takes to happen, will be its duration once we allow our Universe to unfurl.

We could now apply a second equation to that: m=e². Or in layman's terms, by the time all energy has converted to mass, our Universe should, theoretically be at finite points; or back to what it was: Nothingness. And just to complete our equations for this postulate: n=me². Nothingness equals mass - energy squared.

We have opened the universe, consolidated all universal mass - and given it finite boundaries. We have offered a credible definition to explain such a hot early universe, and composed time. Yet something else happened here as we built a model to illustrate time has a locality and expenditure. By accident, we've produced Quantum gravity - that most illusive substance science seeks.

As we begun to consolidate all universal mass, we provided a point in our universe, so infinitely dense, that its weight can effect the entire dimension of the cosmos. However, at the point of completion, when it finally consolidated to this central place, no energy was left, and so it could never explode in a Big Bang singularity.

What might happen is, with an entire Universe consolidated to a central region, the Universe then becomes a basic system of infinite weightlessness. Yet

Big Bang Science Continued

How to rewrite the Big Bang

Pages below are only theory and should not be viewed as scientific opinion

Essay chapters on how to rewrite Big Bang Thoery



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