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However, where a nuclear bomb might explode once the implosion is complete, and mass goes critical, creating what science might term a big bang, our newly composed universe cannot. It can't explode at that point, because it no longer contains any trace of energy. We might like to think of it like a bomb with the detonator removed. The explosive potential is still there, but there's no longer a trigger to instigate the action.

Only, our explosives are nutrons, and as all those consolidated Neutrons located to that area are packed tightly together, the universe will stop turning, are gradually released, will they once again reclaim their energy.

If we were to make a prediction for this nothingness material, and show our belief in it at this point, we would have to say, what we will be looking for is a point in the universe infinitely dense, but reflecting a massive array of pulsars: A source in space of radio signals that pulsate in a rapid regular rhythm.

And although central Neutron release might only be occasionally witnessed, a strong gravitational influence of a large body of mass should hold these in place, and over long duration's allow for a consistent beat that would be detectable from Earth with a large radio telescope.

If ever that point in the universe was located, then it wouldn't exactly prove our new theory conclusively right, but it would go a long way to advance our belief in an alternative theory of today's big bang. But we will have to wait on science to find out exactly how valid the belief might be.

Therefore, we need to look more closely at the mechanics which govern quantum gravity in the mean time, and ask ourselves just how we might actually benefit from this strange, but crucial methodology, to produce a universe that displays all the majesty of a fine, swiss watch.

When we speculate on this illusive place, we must insist, forcefully when necessary about just how rampant its approach might be, to determine, and then shape the universe we see before us today.

If we were to assume, a large central kernel of gravity can affect all large matter, regardless of its distance or size, then we must also naturally assume, that if this strange substance is released as discrete quanta, rather than in one almighty big bang, it may allow a natural progression to commence.

From a central location, once a universal consolidation is complete, super heavy Neutrons will release; yet as they encounter a hot, surrounding energy, they will detonate: This process becomes vital in constructing universal matter, galaxies, stars and planets, for as each set of super heavy Neutrons espouses with its contemporary in energy, they should perform an ubiquitous display of universal fireworks: Or supernova 2 as we might term it with a touch more esoteric, and aesthetic overtone.

But to visualise such an event, as most people wouldn't fully comprehend a supernova 2 fusion, perhaps a strong - defining euphemism might prove a more enlightening visual experience.

Let's imagine for a moment, a firework display, where eruptions of different coloured bursts light-up the night sky in a chrysanthemum cluster of orchestrated pyrotechnics, so we can simply picture in our own minds this astronomical symphony, then we might be able to grasp, albeit much more laconic, the true enormity of it all, and its inexorable march towards final fruition.

With each burst of fusion, entire Galaxies of stellar activity would explode into life; but as their own weight forces their own collapse, they will cave in on themselves. And this would be fundamental for us to establish how Planets systematically form.



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Below is a list of chapters for the Metaphysics Anthology. The book itself is designed as abit of fun! One man thinking out loud. You should not see it as science, merely enjoy the imagination of the human mind in full swing.

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