Birth and Rebirth: The Universe Recycles

Before Darwin conceptualized natural selection, there were ideas of evolution circulating through Victorian society. The infamous Lamarck had ideas on evolution too, but they have since been rejected. It was believed possible that ancestral animals could, by deviation, give rise to new itinerant species. Itinerant species would then become separated by some environmental or sexually selective pressure, and the species’ would deviate and assume new, more adaptable forms. The replication of heredity is in the language of DNA, and in acknowledging this, we get a better view of how universes, daughters and progenitor universes, as they propagate themselves and recycle quantum information as though it were genetic. It must also follow that not all itinerant universes survive the replication. The general postulate of photospheric replication is modeled after successful iterations of expanding universes…

In quantum replication and atomic reassemblage I’ve found a more apt way of describing propagative galaxies: photospheres, being the daughter universe of a progenitor universe follow, a set of mechanical laws that propagate the universe with island universes, a mirror image: a photosphere. There is a perpetually occurring processes that leads to this propagation and it is autonomous.
When a star of a certain size goes supernova, after expelling its solar corona and fusing iron, begins to collapse in on itself. This collapse leads to the fusion of the heavier elements, and without this fusion inside of the sun we’d have no elements heavier than lithium.
    In the extreme furnaces of the largest stars, as they die, they are heated to such extreme temperatures that they form different, heavier elements. Then a supernova takes place, the star itself becomes compressed into a single point; this is at once the mechanism for the propagation of daughter universes and the origin of the elementary particles, but I’ll approach each postulate separately. This essay will deal with the mechanisms of photospheric replication (in an eerily, almost biological sense) and touch on the attractive properties between atoms that leads to reassemblage in the daughter universe.
In physics there is a concept that goes under many names and has different particulars, depending on the theory which invokes it. It is called M-theory, or the multi-worlds theory. This theory, at heart, describes a universe of infinite parallel universes, each slightly different from the last. If this is to be taken literally, then from a superposition, all of these events must have all occurred in all possible combinations. In this theory it should be added that its general postulate is that all events are occurring in perpetuity–something we will come to later.
This theory also has a vaguely noxious fume that hints at a solipsist view that not only are universes infinite in parallel, but the tiniest and most innocuous events of our own lives are played out in almost perfect detail in other, parallel universes. The view that the outcome for every possible situation in one’s life is a propensity humans have for projecting themselves onto the mechanics of an unhearing and, if hearing, not listening universe wherein our footprints, in this corner of the galaxy, are minimal to the point of nonexistence.
This theory leads inescapably to quantum immortality. As there must be an infinite number of parallel realities, (this is different in concept from propagative and inverse photospheres), it must be so that in at least one of these parallel realities you dodge every bullet, find the cure to aging, and become an immortal. Are we willing to admit this, if infinite is given to its true meaning, or, are there more mechanical and tangible reasons for being that there are infinite numbers of parallel universes, universes, not in which we’re reborn or live forever, but a mechanical process that is the progenitive process behind particle assemblage and the propagation of new four-dimensional space time universes, inverse, for mechanical reasons, than the universe which seeded it.
The conceptualization of the photosphere is related to m-theory in the sense that there are infinite numbers of parallel universes, although parallel might be too suggestive a term to apply to the mechanical process behind the propagation of photospheres. Photospheric replication follows, eerily, biological replication, as I’ve said, as each newly created universe inherits particles, atoms, elements–all the constituents of a prior universe, the universe that seeded it. Before moving on, having hinted at the mechanical process, let me elucidate it further.
When a star collapses under the weight of its own gravity a singularity is created. Now, for quite some time in the world of physics a singularity has been a question mark, an admission of not knowing exactly what we’re dealing with. I think that by applying a few precepts we can discover what that is.
A singularity has been referred to as a black hole. And, as we all know, black holes imbibe everything they chance across; planets, moons, stars–they are the Pacman of the galaxy. When I was studying gravitational collapse, and by extension black holes, what was never made very clear as to what happened to the light, the matter, the atoms–what happened to the building blocks of matter when they passed through a black hole? Are atoms and electrons and neutrons crushed and dissolved, or broken down into their building blocks-quarks? Or do they pass through the singularity as though it were a bridge, a bridge into a newly seeded universe of four-dimensions. This is what I think most probable.
When a singularity is created, I believe it is a particle that gradually acquires mass by transformative processes involving the other subatomic particles being pulled into the vortex of the black hole. When the singularity acquires mass, by the constituents of photons, and other quanta as the black hole continues to feed on the space around it, the singularity acquires mass; by acquiring mass it becomes a particle, a particle that is transposed as particle one in a new extension of spacetime, not parallel to the prior universe, but inverse to it.
  These vague, parallel recapitulations of our universe are inverse pictures, some with missing people, some with family members never born. Yet still it is not a parallel universe, as a parallel exists alongside and is forever (as we know so far) intangible. The mechanics behind the autonomy of photospheric replication are mechanical in nature, and mechanical processes can be understood in mechanical terms.
Lets start off with a star of 100 solar masses in a universe prior to our own, before our universe existed. Lets imagine that this star expelled its solar corona, fused iron, and began to collapse in on itself. The singularity that results from gravitational collapse acquires mass by the acquisition of constituent particles being pulled into the vortex. Once the singularity has acquired mass, it becomes the ancestron particle; a particle that is the ancestor of the particles we find in our own space.
The transformative mechanism behind the acquisition of mass and, once the light barrier is broken inversely, – (c2) = S, the ancestron is broken and the tiniest of atomic building blocks, the quarks, are descendants of the ancestron, being the constituents that gave it mass to begin with. When the ancestron acquires mass through this transformative period, the speed of light has been broken inversely, and this is what causes the ancestron to dissolve, or ‘break’ –– opening a new, four-dimensional universe–in other words, the impetus behind our own black hole.
This dissolution of the ancestron as particle between propagative photospheres is what we could call event one in our spacetime continuum, as every object of mass has an event mass probability, and every object with an event mass probability has a position in temporal coordinates and experiences time at different rates. We’ll discuss this more thoroughly in Temporal Coordinates and the Event Mass, which will further elucidate the assignation of coordinates in spacetime for objects of different mass and the data nodes they switch between in various speeds.
Having acquired mass, and being ‘broken’ by the inverse speed of light, a tunnel opens up between one photosphere to the other. All of the material beings sucked in by the black hole vortex is exited into a newly formed four-dimensional universe and the quantum information that leads to the representation of matter is recycled, amalgamated, twisted into new shapes and new forms, we will deal with this in The Law of Rearrangement.
But it’s logical, of course, to assume that, since the sun’s death is the operative mechanism giving impetus to the life of a daughter universe, the most abundant element in our early universe would have been hydrogen. Hydrogen leads to accretion disks, to the formulation of gaseous clouds and clusters called nebulae, and it is from this that the first stars in this universe came to light. It is interesting to note that the original postulate of the big bang was not a theory regarding the beginning of time, but a theory regarding the overabundance of hydrogen in the early universe.
I think, by looking at photospheric replication and autonomy that we can see why, considering a star is made primarily of hydrogen fused with helium, hydrogen would be the most common element, itself having been the first element to pass through a tunnel (of specific mechanics shaped by angular momentum thus giving the galaxies their shapes) from one photosphere to another.
After the bridge is opened between disparate galaxies, whatever the black hole has been sucking in is being broken down into subatomic building blocks and is passing into the daughter universe. This leads me to believe that accounting for some of the other elementary particles can be deduced from the fabric of spacetime, if there were to be a fabric certainly it would be made of particles, and these particles would clump together, as would hydrogen molecules, and begin to rearrange themselves into elements and clusters of evolving structures populating a new universe.
Coming to grips of the concept of the photosphere is vital to the theory that I am proposing; the general theory of photospheric transition, a theory which connects the different photospheres and shows by what means they can be connected, how they mirror one another, and how one photosphere duplicates–almost perfectly–the universe we live and work in. It behaves in the manner of the germ-line replicator, copying information and passing it through transitions between the photospheres.
Photospheres resemble replicators in the sense that they contain the quantum information that is the spermatozoa, it is compressed into a singular point before penetrating the ancestron, which can be thought of as a zygote. This information transfer is not unlike the propagation of human beings and neither is the evolution of the newly seeded photosphere antithetical to biological evolution. Information is not lost, but transmitted to another photosphere, and from there to another. These replicas exist like DNA replicators in the sense that information is copied but there is sometimes errors in copying which leads to mutation and mutation in the concept of a photosphere is what is meant by cosmological evolution. The errors in copying is what distinguishes the constants of one photosphere from the constants of another.
Photospheres mirror one another, as I’ve said, but also connect to each other by means of a tunnel between one collapsing star and one photospheric birth. In another homage to biology, the work being the radiation that comes the thermodynamics of the black hole is because it is exhausting the conservation of energy and gradually losing the tunnel between the photospheres. The rotation of photospheres within the omnisphere generate energy, and the energy of the spin applied to the different photospheres is the precedent for gravity. Gravity’s transition from the omnisphere is due to its corrosive nature and entropy of the physical fabric of the photosphere, bound together by hypothetical particles that I call holdons; holdons are the particles that attract to one another and hold the boundaries of space together.
If photospheres are connected through tunnels, tunnels that connect two rotating photospheres in the omnisphere, there must, by means of logic, be a tunnel into the absence of space in which the photospheres evolved. The way in which the self-contained but boundless universes were created, back to the first atom, will be described in the general theory of photospheric transition, a theory that aims to explain the why, the how, and the when of all questions pertaining to our particular photosphere. We’ll also discuss the omnisphere’s ultimate position in time, the way in which the energy’s momentum within it leads to the bending and warping of space time, and how the corrosive energy created the first of the photospheres, in a form of cosmological genesis.
A void of corrosive energy consisting of wave particles that sweep in angular rotation along the photosphere, curving it and warping space time in and around the rotating photospheres, that is what we’ll discuss next. But  first, I’d like to outline the general theory of the transition between universes and the propagation of photospheres and show how classical rules of mechanics allow for this behavior.
As energy and momentum are always conserved, and energy equals mass at the speed of light, the gravity well, structured by the force of angular momentum, acquires mass when the pull of the singularity becomes a superattractive ancestron with constituent particles. By the transmission of energy, the speed of light becomes opposite to its projected path as it is pulled in by the singularity, something strange happens.  The inverse pull of the superattractive ancestron is pulling at a speed faster than that of light and when the speed of light is broken, the singularity opens a link between two photospheres, and the superattractive ancestron divides into the accumulated energy of the photons and their constituents and the tear in space time resulting from breaking the light barrier, becomes the origin of atoms as photospheres, while infinite, are self contained within the omnisphere.
When the conservation of energy divides the ancestron, the ancestron becomes an event mass with a quantum probability equal to the rate of expansion of the photosphere to which it was connected by the singularity. The descendants of the ancestron go onto be configurations of other coupled particles, which by together by the weak energy force, and form the first basic elements, such as hydrogen; hydrogen, as it emerges into the photosphere we’ve found ourselves in, becomes an attractive particle with the expansion and curvature of spacetime providing the torque for the angular momentum that results in the beginning of accretion disks of atoms which transform when the speed of light is reached and become hydrogen atoms.
  Hydrogen atoms normally repel, but in confined quantum fields, they are brought together in increasingly fast wells of angular momentum; the energy gives mass to the core of circling atoms and it assumes an event-mass probability in linear space time. The result of this, the reassemblage of particles being the creative force behind the elements, is the fusion of hydrogen and helium which led to the creation of the first stars. How did this miraculous transmission begin, and why is our universe expanding?
At the opened point of light, processed by the conservation of momentum, begin to transfer matter and particles into a new photosphere, connected by the vortex and opposite vortex between photospheres.
The collisions atoms lead to pairings of the first elements, bosons and leptons and fermions lead to the assemblage of new particles, comprised of quarks. The conservation of momentum is transferred from Parallax, the inverse photosphere whence comes the energy, – (c2) = s, space, and matter into our photosphere, which was created between thirteen and fourteen billion years ago. I’d like to go into this a bit deeper, so allow me to digress.
A culture bombarded with the special effects of television and cinema dramas, of giant Hollywood explosions and effects, it’s easy to see the appeal of something such as the concept of a big bang. We’d like to think that the universe came roaring into existence from a single point, a single point from which all the current galaxies and stars initially came from and, if not the stars and galaxies themselves, the materials for building galaxies and stars, such as hydrogen; a star comes to life when hydrogen fuses into the helium.
     There is a failure in this theory, as in general relativity when it comes to the micro-cosmos, in as much as it asserts that there was nothing, then everything came into existence and exploded, the result of which is planets and stars and galaxies. The religious assertion that nothing can’t spontaneously cause an explosion is correct, but for the wrong reason. There are tangible considerations that prove that something can come from nothing. Our lives came from sperm fertilizing the ovum. At one point, before our father used your mother, nothing of you or the atoms that comprise you exist. We literally come from nothing for at once point nothing of us existed.
     The fallacy in the argument for the black hole, not that I don’t believe the big bang explains the hydrogen in the universe,  is its inability to define and account for the existence of the particles and elements that would one day ignite the suns and congeal into the galaxies we are familiar with. My theory is aimed at setting the misconceptions straight about the origin of matter, the cause for the big bang, what existed before that, how elements are arranged, and how universes are born and destroyed, how they are dispersed and how they evolve.  I will briefly digress in order to define some of the terms and what they represent within the framework of this theory.
A singularity is the point at the very heart of a black hole, but not much is known about the physical properties of the singularity itself. I posit that the force of gravity becomes so strong due to the gravitational field creating an ancestron; the ancestron is a non-event mass particle that becomes super-attractive, as the black hole sucks in all the light and matter that comes too close to it.  Let us first look at how a black hole is created and what the consequences of that creation are.
      Stars of a certain mass, much larger than our sun, live relatively shorter lives; their size forces them to exhaust their energy source at a greater rate. When stars of at least 100 solar masses exhausts it fuel, it begins a process that leads to the creation of the singularity. The star exhausts its fuel, expels its solar corona, and, when it fuses iron, begins to collapse in on itself. This leads to the creation of the super-attractive graviton, which, when acquiring mass, transforms into the ancestron; a particle without mass yet with infinite density.
      When the speed of light is broken, a singularity is created; a black hole, having so strong a pull that light cannot escape, must, for Newtonian reasons, have an equal and opposite force; the inverse speed of light is the pull of a collapsing star; when the inverse speed of the black hole’s pull becomes faster than the speed of light, a singularity is created and space is torn. This can be expressed as P=100sm (-sc, +ir) -c2 = S. P refers to a galaxy that is opposite to ours, from whence came the star that proceeded the big bang, a star having existed, in the opposite universe predicted by Paul Dirac, before our universe was seeded by the creation of a singularity in the opposite universe, the universe inverse to our own.
     The collapse of that pre-existing star led to what we call the big bang and, therefore, the big bang did not bring all matter into being instantaneously; instead, a star and the galaxy of which it was a part existed before what we know as the big bang and is the logical conclusion to the problem of what caused the big bang, as we see the death of stars creating supernovas everyday, supernovas which lead to singularities, singularities which, when the inverse speed of light is broken by the super-attractive graviton, becomes -c2 it rips spacetime and is pulled into another omnisphere. The omnisphere refers to other self contained galaxies floating in a void that binds them by gravitational force into their natural shape. Speaking of shape, let us examine the cause for the shape of the spiral in our galaxy the milky way.
     The law of angular momentum is responsible for the shape of tornados, hurricanes, and other natural phenomena. To explain how this law created the shape of a spiral galaxy, we will have to return to theory.
     When the star in the inverse universe, which I will refer to as Parallax, went supernova, it begins to collapse in on itself after fusing iron and expelling its solar corona. Once it reached infinite density by the inverse contraction of the non-mass graviton, the resulting tear in space time was in a shape consistent with angular momentum for the simple reason that the matter and elements and atoms that passed from the Parallax universe to ours were pulled in by a cyclone like cloud, so shaped because of angular momentum.
This brings me to my next point, a refutation of the idea that nothing existed before the big bang and that everything came into existence from it. I would like to take a moment to digress. Human history is replete with attempts to make humans believe they’re more than just animals, these solipsist tendencies go so far that some believe the immensity of all the galaxy was created solely for them. This is prominent among people of religious faith because it elevates man to something more, something made in the image of God. This faulty reasoning can be extended to the scientists who believe that our big bang (which didn’t bang) was the first and only such time space opened up by the splitting of the graviton at the most dense region of the singularity.
     To think that only one big bang has taken place is akin to believe the same way as the others believe, whose fallacies scientists are keen to poke at. They are no better themselves, however, in as much as they believe the big bang that has led to the existence of our universe was the beginning of all time and matter in the meta-universe, in which black holes seed new galaxies and cause new universes to be formed daily by the collapse of stars of a certain magnitude.  In this view, big bangs are being created by the millions every day, by the billions of stars to die will more be seeded, as each is a tunnel through the omnisphere, establishing connections between the photospheres.

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