Help Build Astrophysics Logic Tree

Beyond the boundaries of established science an avalanche of exotic ideas compete for our attention. Experts tell us that these ideas should not be permitted to take up the time of working scientists, and for the most part they are surely correct. But what about the gems in the rubble pile? By what ground-rules might we bring extraordinary new possibilities to light?

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Help Build Astrophysics Logic Tree

Unread postby Lloyd » Fri Dec 06, 2013 11:03 pm

A logic tree can help prove which theories are well-founded and which aren't.
I've started using "truth mapping" to start building a logic tree here:
http://truthmapping.com/category.php?cat=123

Please consider joining that site and helping build the logic tree for "Formation and Composition of the Universe".

You can add critiques to any of the statements in my logic tree, and if there are critiques already there, you can also add rebuttals to critiques. If critiques are very good, they force the tree owner to revise a link in the logic chain. The process can result in a revised and more accurate theory, built on a sturdy logic tree. We can build a logic tree for each aspect of physics and astrophysics etc and make them all into a wiki.

Here's a video that explains the truthmapping process somewhat:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8XgPDs_pHc
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Re: Help Build Astrophysics Logic Tree

Unread postby Lloyd » Sat Dec 07, 2013 8:56 am

This is approximately how the initial logic tree looks. There's room for critiques at each premise and conclusion, but no one has supplied any of those yet.

Formation and Composition of the Universe

Statement Map
http://truthmapping.com/graphstatements.php?topic_id=1328&user_id=20339

Map and Diagram
http://truthmapping.com/viewtopic.php?id=1328

1) PREMISE:
MilesMathis.com explains photons.

2) PREMISE:
Photons, space and time are observed.

3) FROM 1 AND 2 IT FOLLOWS THAT:
The universe consists of photons, space and time.

4) PREMISE:
MilesMathis.com explains formation of particles from photons.

5) FROM 3 AND 4 IT FOLLOWS THAT:
Photon interactions form electrons, protons, neutrons and other similar particles.

6) FROM 5 IT FOLLOWS THAT:
Some regions of space contain mainly neutral hydrogen; other regions of space contain mainly ionized hydrogen.

7) PREMISE:
CC1.

8) FROM 6 AND 7 IT FOLLOWS THAT:
Regions of ionized hydrogen form linear filaments.

9) PREMISE:
CC2.

10) FROM 8 AND 9 IT FOLLOWS THAT:
Microfilaments aggregate into macrofilaments.

11) PREMISE:
CC3.

12) FROM 10 AND 11 IT FOLLOWS THAT:
Macrofilaments explode and implode to form macro-objects.

13) PREMISE:
CC4.

14) FROM 12 AND 13 IT FOLLOWS THAT:
Slow-rotation forms CFDL macro-objects; fast-rotation forms exotic macro-objects.

15) PREMISE:
CC5.

16) FROM 14 AND 15 IT FOLLOWS THAT:
Macrofilaments and macro-objects form galaxies.

17) PREMISE:
CC6.

18) FROM 16 AND 17 IT FOLLOWS THAT:
Supermacrofilaments and galaxies form galaxy clusters.
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