A T.O.E. Based on Likeliest Origins

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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A T.O.E. Based on Likeliest Origins

Unread postby Michael Anteski » Fri May 18, 2018 5:25 am

I submit that the likeliest mechanism, that could have first led to our kind of (quantal electromagnetic) world, would have involved some type of universal oscillation. The likeliest substrate for such oscillations would have to have been original space. Original space would have been free of any kind of forces, and thus would have differed from space as it is now. Original space could have well been more self-compatible than present-day space, which would have made original space impossible to exactly describe now, from our "quantum-forces world" perspective, except that we can't just assume it was a simple void.

Such elemental points of space would have needed tiny "empty" portions of space between them in order for oscillatory motions to occur. This leads to the concept that massless, elemental, universal, point-localities of space itself were what "came first."

The next step would have been transitional, from oscillating elemental point-localities, to vibrating, elemental, "ether" units, as follows. Oscillational fatigue of neighboring oscillating units would have produced combinational "Yin Yang" paired-up units, which then, inasmuch as they would have necessarily had to reversibly revert to singleton units, would then have fallen out-of-phase with the oscillations in space, breaking the perfect symmetry of space. (Oscillatory fatigue is a process known to science. It occurs in metals.) Thus the elemental points in space would have transitioned, from units reciprocally oscillating in balance, to vibrating, inter-active (as their outward vibrations came into contact across the tiny "empty" portions of space between them) elemental units in space.This would have constituted a universal etheric matrix, whose elemental units would have served as the fundamental building blocks of everything from then on. The next step after that would have been that these elements would have served as the basis of a transition to our structured quantum-atomic world - for which I don't see any other possibility than creational design, using the extremely-refined etheric units to move the much larger quantum units around, via designed pathways (via designed "like-unit" pathways coursing through the ether matrix.)

You need creational input, for one example, to account for how antiparticles could have followed channels away from the new quantum-particle universe. It seems likely that the repository for antiparticles would have been black holes. -This amounts to a first-ever way to account for the absence of antiparticles, and the presence of black holes, in the universe. Also, this picture of an unstructured ether matrix existing together with a structured quantum world where all the quantum units and atoms are composed of the same elemental, vibrating, interactive, ether units, represents the only way to rationally explain Quantum Entanglement.

This Model also leads to a rational new model of gravity as being due to contraction of the ether matrix between two solid bodies. -Inasmuch as ether units in space and the ether units inside the two bodies are elemental, they are all identical to each other. However, the ether units inside the bodies are at a higher energy level than the ether units in the space between the bodies. Therefore, in the "auric" zone where the ether units of the bodies are interacting with the lower-energy spatial ether units, the tiny "empty" spaces between the spatial ether units are being erased, as they increasingly come into contact and become more energically interactive. The net result is that overall, the ether between the two bodies contracts, which pulls the two bodies toward each other gravitationally.

I submit that this kind of model makes much more common sense than any of the present models based on purely quantum theories.
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Re: A T.O.E. Based on Likeliest Origins

Unread postby nick c » Fri May 18, 2018 9:23 am

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