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Naturally, as those early releases of Neutrons take place, Planets should never formulate around the new stellar mass: The sheer density would be vastly too great to even contemplate such ideas at this early, primordial stage. But as we mentioned some time ago now, the const ant beat of all universal gravity, constantly opening and closing would produce a series of wave mechanics that literally permeate the universe. This would allow for a gradual, but consistent distance of universal matter.

We might like to think of it for clarification, like throwing a bottle out in to the sea, and observing as the instinctive fashion of methodical wave motion, slowly pulls the bottle away from the shore and out it to an expanse of open ocean.

If we assume, from that central gravitational hub, newly formed matter applies to the same thought, then we might understand how the universe itself continuously moves towards a more peripheral location.

However, we did say this wouldn't allow for globular matter to be constructed as early Planets around that stellar phenomenon. The fact gravitational density would be so enormous would show those new Galaxies that burst to life as they were introduced to surrounding energy, will collapse back almost immediately.

The chance of Planets constructing themselves, during that short time frame would be unheard of. And we could use that analogy to produce another prediction. The prediction is, the very same effect we spoke of earlier; a rise and fall of starlight on a second equation to a Doppler: A pin-prick of starlight in the night sky will lift slightly as an eclipse takes place in another solar system, but return to its previous position as the eclipse transpires.

But if one day, we do discover that position of stellar activity, we talk about here: The centre of our universe then we should say, that if our transference of theory based around light moving two directions between any two bodies of mass is also vindicated, we must assume, that early supernova 2 will not permit this event to happen.

At that point we might mistake them for barren, lifeless stars. I think if we do though, we might be in for a rude awakening later on. The reason we should assume this is because of time frames. An early birth of heavy Neutrons which espouse themselves with contributory energy levels and produce that fusion of new bodies and matter. But as their collapse, on universal terms would naturally be precipitous, the inductance of satellite solar activity would be fruitless.

And so, we must wait for a discreet amount of time to pass before we actually came to witness a more productive association of planetary emergence.

But to do that, we would need to insist the newly forming universe produces some specific characteristics of its own, foremost being, an ability to run stellar matter and solar activity on a loop!

But we'll discuss the matter in detail latter, and only investigate the rudiments here. As a newly emerged galaxy, born from that kernel of all gravitational activity, moves from the central location, a natural collapse will happen. And as this collapse does happen, a new process will occur.



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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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