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Big Bang Random-Causation or Cosmic-Design?
« on: 23/03/2016 17:29:40 »
I have presented a cosmic origin model in previous threads in this Forum, based on my concept of an aether-world that preceded our quantum universe. -Thius type of origin-model stands in stark contrast to the standard "Big Bang" model for the origin of the universe.

In the aether model, an aether was derived from Original Space, which was a type of space that existed prior to the first appearance of forces, and thus different from our present space. This Original Space was more self-compatible than present space, with elemental point-localities oscillating symmetrically with each other. -The oscillational reciprocity distance-parameters were not infinite, so the oscillating "points" were finite - ultimately tiny, but finite. The rate of oscillation constituted a time frame, such that oscillational fatigue could occur. As this oscillational fatigue occurred, neighboring points fell together in a "Yin and Yang" fashion.

This original type of space could be descriptively pictured as a "shimmering," which produced differences within space itself.

The Yin and yang point-pairs would have had to reversibly re-equilibrate with the initial oscillatory setting, thus reverting to elemental singleton units. In doing so, they would have fallen outside of the symmetrical pattern of oscillating points of space. This produced a vibrational (as derived form the oscillational) aether.

Thus, an aether would have been produced, composed of elemental, uniform, vibrating units that resonated with each other, as their outward vibrations form interconnections. -Within this aether, further energic linkages would have formed entrainments, and foci of intense, super-refined, energy. These energic connection- processes then produced larger energy units ("aetheroidal"), and still-larger quantum-scale units.

Our present world's quantum energy units, such as electrons, formed via this same kind of linkage process. But the anti-electrons we know (from the work of particle physicists) "should" have appeared with each "positive" electron, and annihilated it, are not found at all in our universe. What happened to account for the disappearance of anti-electrons and the other anti-particle units?

I submit that there is only one possible explanation: that creational input selectively "removed" anti-particles as a necessary step in designing a positive-particle universe.

In the aforementioned origin-world, where aether forces predominated, the aether units were ultimately tiny, and highly energic (innumerable energy units per volume of space. compared to the much-larger particle units they were forming, through their linkages.) Later, when a new, material, universe was desired (presumably to make for a less brittle, more magnetically-stable macrocosm than existed in the earlier aether world), the larger energy units of the material universe would have been much less energic than the the aether that was being used to create the universe. Thus, the new, larger, particle units would have been capable of being manipulated by creationally using the more-powerful pre-existing aether forces.

Anti-electrons would have had a specific energic "signature" within this aether/aetheroidal/emerging-quantum setting, different from the signatures of positive electrons, a difference which could then be used to mentally, and creationally, channel antiparticles out of the way of, and unable to interfere with, the positive particles about to make up our universe.


 

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Re: Big Bang Random-Causation or Cosmic-Design?
« Reply #1 on: 27/03/2016 17:33:55 »
If someone's interested in my complete version of this aether - cosmological model, I have a Web Page.  -To bring it up. enter

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Re: Big Bang Random-Causation or Cosmic-Design?
« Reply #2 on: 27/03/2016 19:11:11 »
Lots of relativity doubters there. I'd still like a PDF of your proposed theory.
 

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Re: Big Bang Random-Causation or Cosmic-Design?
« Reply #3 on: 28/03/2016 12:11:10 »
You're right that the J.C. Nat. Philosophy Soc. has a heavy emphasis on debunking relativity. -Besides being doubters of relativity, they all have their own theoretic models, most of which also doubt the aether. Like mainstream physicists, they still hold to the view that the Michelson-Morley Experiment of 1888 disproved the aether for all time. -I have engaged in debates in this area of theory with some of them at the Saturday internet conferences they used to hold.

So within the JCNPS, there are a variety of varying points of view. -Whenever presenting my model, I haven't brought up relativity much, due to the comparatively more immediate disconnect between the questions  involving quantum scale forces and the "micro" aspects of the model of the aether I propose. That has necessitated more of a focus on debating with QM than relativity, in contrast to the other JCNPS members, who usually focus more on relativity.

However, my aether model would, like the views of the other JCNPS members, consider relativity a false theory.

In 1935, Einstein himself took note of the early evidence for the phenomenon now referred to as quantum entanglement. Because of it, he called into question the very foundations of quantum mechanics, an opinion he never really changed, although he never presented a true aether model.

The Web Page I mentioned includes a discussion on how my model of an underlying vibrational-resonational aether can readily and easily explain quantum entanglement, and other such phenomena.



 

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Re: Big Bang Random-Causation or Cosmic-Design?
« Reply #4 on: 29/03/2016 12:48:44 »
As a specific illustration of how the above model for the aether would offer a different perspective, cosmologically, compared to "relativity theory," this is shown by how the two different models explain the bending of starlight around the Sun.

Of course, Einstein had predicted this phenomenon (by using mathematical correlations with cosmic observations, which was basically empirical evidence.) When Eddington and Campbell confirmed his prediction astronomically, it was stated that this "proves spacetime is curved."

However, my aether model can also offer an explanation, which has nothing to do with curvature of space or time-space. Moreover, ihe model for bending of light around the Sun has correlations with my aether model for quantum entanglement (where two quantum units, widely separated at a distance from each other, are found to react in concert when one of them is affected by change) in that the aether model of the path of starlight though space is also based on a direct path, or connection, at a distance through space, between two similar quantum systems.

In the aether model, when light leaves a distant star, it's in a high energy state from the intense photonic forces near the Star. -In my model, such a star light beam primarily consists of aether units being transmitted as an energy impulse through space, as each elemental aether unit connects vibrationally with another aether unit. (Quantum photons are "incidentally" generated as part of this energy process, but the primary underlying process is aetheric.)

Such an aether transmission is preferentially attracted, no matter the distance involved, toward other photonic-type aether foci, such as another star. This kind of preferential, or selective, resonation would relate to the similarities between all photonic transmissions, such as their similar vibrational frequency.

At first, as the starlight beam heads toward a star like our Sun, it would travel in a straight path through space, and would be simultaneously resonating with ambient photonic aether units in outer space, which would have a much lower energy state than the light beam had had, near its source, the distant star.

Then, as the star beam again nears another star, our Sun, it would once again be encountering a region of space where the photonic energy level is very high, which, again, via the same kind of resonations between photonic aether units, would deviate the path of the beam from a straight line to one that is reacting to the new high-energy resonance-pattern in the immediate vicinity of the Sun, "bending" the path of the light beam near the Sun.
 

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