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As a distant eclipse occurs, the volume of mass increases, and thus light, redetermines its position inconjunction with its reciprocal body of mass.

And this fundamental observation will become crucial in any theory we postulate, because it explains why we can see other Galaxies - and other stars, but not the Planets which must naturally orbit them.

But moreover than that, it allows us to talk a touch more openly about reinventing the entire structure and matrix's of the star itself.

But first we'll investigate the principle of galaxies.

We have seen many times on television, documentaries showing us creation from the Big Bang singularity, the birth of our entire universe. One huge bang, and it comes racing toward us on the screen. Galaxies upon galaxies, come spewing away from a central point already complete!

But how accurate is this analogy?

I think we first have to understand, that any detonation is a fairly precise event, and Galaxies holding together as they explode is limited to say the least. And a point that's often neglected in these programmes is, what holds exploding matter together?

On reflection, it appears self-defeating, when a closer scrutiny is undertaken, and the very building blocks that go to make-up its fabric are analysed. And we may even be forgiven for asking, if this galactic event did happen, as described by both science and television, then what produced all universal gravityl. But perhaps, more importantly for this chapter, what produced a gravitational force to hold Galaxies in such precise formations?

The chances are, we would be disappointed. Once again they are quick-fix solutions to very intriguing problems. We find ourselves without any real solutions, but people, usually Cosmologists are continuing with their relentless push forwards, undeterred by that which is fundamental in the very basic mechanics of construction.

When we begin to talk openly about galaxies, we are not merely discussing a cosmic event of some insignificance; we are talking about an entire neighbourhood of universal activity. And although we might like to think of ourselves as alone, safe from predatory species, or marauding hoards, it might not be the case.

As each Galaxy contains literally millions of stars, there could be any multitude of life among them, with any multitude of ambitions. We would all hope them friendly, and extend our warmest wishes to them, but unfortuneately life is not always how we would like it to be.

If we assume, a galaxy, like our planet, with its different landmasses, continents and countries we see a series of problematic events which could arise. From our own example, we know most of the world tries admirably to retain a peaceful co-existance, but there are times in its history where conflicts of interest arise. This inevitably leads to wars, carnage, bloodshed and hostility.

Usually these events rollercoaster beyond normal control. But we can, and often do, prepare for them.

However on galactic terms we might ask what preparation has been undertaken for planet Earth to protect its people in the long term? And if we neglect even the basic theory of other existence then we have problems. We are indeed defenceless. That is why it is essential to undertake a reworking of these simple theories science continues to support.

When we look more closely at a Big Bang singularity, that point in space time, where spacetime curvature becomes infinite, we see no original system to introduce gravity within its matrix. This we said would cause a constant distancing from each other of all elementary particles. There simply would be no clumping together to form stars, let alone Planets around them. And If this occurs, and a constant principle of drift, that point where circumstances become beyond our control, or more importantly, beyond the control of the universe, happens, I see no logical reason for a universe to formulate at all.



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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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