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Universe as one large collection of pulsar activity.
For when new galaxies, or Galaxy is born, comes into life, and then collapses in on itself, all particle mass will simply condense into the central core. At that juncture, it will explode again through a conservation of energy: Neither energy or its equivalent in mass can either be created or destroyed. In other words, it always is, although during different periods in its history, it might shroud itself chameleon fashion in different guises.
However, if we then imagine the universe constantly distancing itself from the central point, we must also assume time frames play a key factor in the equation. The farther stellar mass moves from the central gravitational influence, the longer its life is extended, thus creating its own solution for planetary construction.
And so, is that why there will be Planets around all the stars?
We could use that as a basis for an associate theory. If we imagine Planets can only be created in appropriate time frames, or at least their detection for us can, we start to understand, that as long as newly born Galaxies are too close to an approximation point, all we will ever witness will be that large luminous array of star clusters signalling to the rest of the universe as one large collection of pulsar activity. Only then, when they constantly collapse back, incubate, experience an ubiquitous volume of pressure and explode, will their distance from the centre become more advanced - and their production slow to a more acceptable level.
Theoretically for us, in this theory, we should be able to predict a central region of mature galactic and stellar activity associated with planetary evolution. We might wish to term this point in a newly forming universe as, a centrally mature region.
Once the universe has come through its infancy, and before it reaches its latter decaying stages, there should logically be a determinable region of mature evolution produced. We might therefore, like to split the universe in to three identifiable areas: (i) that of a preparatory stage where central gravity is too great to allow stellar production: (ii) that of old age where decay has set in - and gravity is really too weak to continuously hold it together and particle matter is drifting aimlessly, and (iii) light, which is proceeding with a rapid advancement towards the red end of the spectrum. What we describe as Red shifted The Displacement of the spectrum to longer wave lengths in the light coming from receding Galaxies towards us.
But what should naturally concern us most, is that central equatorial region of mature bodies. For if that region of universal adulthood exists, as we predict, then it might be valid to assume any visiting Alien would originate in that localised area.
Also, if we were to look for that iilusive rise and fall of starlight, our investigation should be concentrated on that region. Although it would be a vast expanse of space to explore.
But in saying that, if we ever do set out for a diligent appraisal, then we might consider the fact we have just extracted two thirds of the search area from our quest for extraterrestrial life.
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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