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I thought before we delve more rigorously into other chapters, we should first explore more fully a highly illusive, and much sought after substance, Quantum Gravity, something science has been searching for some time.
Although it might seem a fairly unfamiliar name: Quantum gravity, and to most people, especially those who might not completely understand the delicate nature of the universe, an insignificant name, to talk openly about the universe, and not apply this substance within the conversation, is akin to discussing a car and not inquiring to its engine or wheels. In essence, quatum gravity will, for us, be the fundamental motor which actually drives our newly formed universe.
Earlier, we discussed a Big Bang singularity, and found it failed us at every opportunity: We couldn't decide what made all the universal matter locate where it did in the first place, there seemed no reasonable explanation to suggest what might have made it explode when it did, nor was there a logical explanation to justify its expansion during the inflation period, into an already existing universe. And to be perfectly honest, the deeper we progress with this work, the more hostile I become towards a Big Bang singularity.
However, we did continue to look for more practicle solutions, and through our own diligent application, we discovered an hermaphrodite neutation: Which was basically carbon, probably a form of diamond. We said this should be symbolic of a nothingness as it contained zero electron value: If you tried to measure the carbon substance with an electrical current, you would not be able to, as there are no electrons present to conduct the relevant electrical flow, therefore it can not be measured, and so, it can only be construed as not being there, even though it still exists.
From that belief, we made it possible to allow one universe, with a heat expansion to create cause and effect on another part of our vitrescent, diamond, carbon nothingness. As that other region, what we term, a first universe, opened, it would have expanded in a burning radiation fusion. A hot early soup of such infinite heat other parts of our newly found nothingness could do little else, except capitulate to a tremendous pressure once exerted.
As the pressure would have been applied, a fracture in the diamond substance would have naturally occurred. But as the first newly created universe began to cool, and contract, the fracture line in the second part of the diamond, carbon fracture would have recognised the difference.
At that point its atomic components would literally race to opposite ends of the universal spectrum: energy would have rippled away in a thermo-radiation of pure hot energy, as simultaneous, matter and mass would have imploded to create an infinitely dense point at the exact centre of the universe.
And the infinitely small point must have been precisely central, with no room for error, because surrounding energy would apply with an ubiquity. Just like the trigger of a nuclear bomb that implodes rather than explodes.
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 isstill 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.
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 constant 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.
For when a new 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 father 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.
But what have we achieved, so far?
We have achieved what we set out to achieve, to show a definitive explanation why that centralisation point in the universe was so cruciaiiy importarlt in the construction of the universe. As all universal mass raced to this point in space, it showed us an ability to produce a universe with finite boundaries, and to compose time. And further more, we showed this substance could produce the most sort after substance in our universe, quantum gravity. An espousing of Einsteinian General relativity and Planck's quantum principle all rolled in to one. And that means for simplitication, all universal gravity could be located to one strategic point, but allowed to decompose as discrete quanta.
This easy explanation, therefore permitted us to establish a specific set of criteria: It enabled us to show all Galaxies are produced with a methodical application from a central hub of the universe after it composes itself from a diamond, carbon compound. Probably C60. There is no hit or miss analogy, nor any prospect of getting lucky. A process of gravitational influence from a central core, allowed us, at the right time, from the proper location, to allow enough time composure and decomposure to facilitate a life expectancy.
We assumed that point would be a region, with just enough distance from the centre, but not yet having moved fully into a decay stage. We based the assumption, on an ability to construct structural matter, not in a fortuitous way, but more from a productive evolutionary pattern. It wasn't too fast, nor was it too slow. And that never happened by chance.
We have also, for those doubting Thomas' out there, placed in measurable predictions, rather than ambiguities. We won't rely of speculative opinion or subjective assessment, but we'll rely totally on unequivocal proof, determined through scientific diagnostic evaluation.
We also suggested, if we are right, there should be massive pulsar activity towards the centre of the universe. In conjunction to this, we also predicted large areas of red shift at the peripheral wall. We said there would be giant red Galaxies so dissipated they will be on the verge of converting entirely to background radiation.
But perhaps more importantly than anything else in this chapter, it can allow a steady-state theory universal matter constantly expands but the universe itself does not.
To achieve this, we showed a steady release of particle matter from our universe, that should, in theory, continue until its death. Quantum gravity provided us, from a scientific perspective, with the greatest opportunity yet to understand that even with a religious nothingness, both science and religion can find common ground in their comprehension of all things universal.
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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