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Offline odysseus

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Universe (and memory) Theory
« on: 05/06/2010 10:11:33 »
I have a theory, which is not inconsistent with ancient creation chaos theories and to some extent is not entirely inconsistent with the current Big Bang theory.  My theory is simply this.  The total energy at a specific point in space summed over all time, would be identical to the total energy at any other point in space if summed over all time (i.e. a constant).  In this sense, I believe that if you were able to view all points in space, summed over time, then all points in space would appear to be identical.  If you were able to view space in this way you would conclude that there is nothing anywhere.  In this sense, I believe our universe is a separation of this ‘nothingness’ created by time itself.

One property of this model that I find to be extremely interesting is that no mass could remain at a single point in space indefinitely.  In our universe, as far as I am aware, no mass remains stationary.  This could explain why the planets are constantly on the move.  It would also mean that if the universe rotated about a single point in space, then there would be pretty much no mass or energy existing at that central point.  In this model gravity would be the proportional to the likelihood that a particular mass exists at a specific point in space and at a specific point in time.  Hence the greater the mass existing at a particular point in space at a specific point in time, the greater the likelihood that any mass should be at that point in space and time, and consequently a greater gravitational force will act on that mass.

Another consequence of this model would be that all time (in our universe) exists at the same time.  This is clearly contrary to our current belief.  If this model were to be correct, how could the current perception that time is sequential occur.  A possible explanation for this perception could be linked to quantum entanglement.  If our consciousness is held at a single point in time, but through quantum entanglement we are able to perceive things currently happening at earlier time points, (but not at future time points), it is potentially conceivable that we would have an identical view of the universe.

For those struggling with the above, I might as well throw in the possibility at this point, that the memory function might also work through quantum entanglement and instead of storing vast amounts of information in the brain, we search our entangled information through time.

Clearly none of the above matches our current understanding of the universe or memory function and rather than simply suggesting that the above theories are ridiculous I would appreciate it if anyone can disprove any or all of the above by contradiction using any known (proven) facts.

Thank you.


 

Offline Odysseus2

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Re: Universe (and memory) Theory
« Reply #1 on: 31/08/2013 12:00:59 »
Since I wrote this I have further developed the Universe theory under Odysseus2.
 

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