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The imagination can keep us entertained endlessly, , but I get where you are coming from. A big bang arena has a finite amount of energy, and so why not equate it with a massive photon that has its energy organized to contain the precise information that is contained in a single big bang arena?Uncanny how our models compare , I love your model because I love my model and our models make really good sense . You do explain your model better than I explain mine though .Thank you for your reply , my model did/does consider field density and of late also energy density .,,I didn’t acknowledge this part of your reply, but charge and field go hand in hand in the ISU model. A charged particle has an electric field, and as a charged particle is accelerated relative to the field, a perpendicular magnetic field is produced.
In my model, the electric charge of a particle at rest occupies the same space as the electric field, and corresponds with the outflowing gravitational wave energy component of the wave-particle (the other component being the inflowing gravitational wave energy arriving from surrounding space). As you may recall, in the ISU model, the outflowing gravitational wave energy from the photon particle is light, and those light waves carry energy, relative to the energy of the particular photon, across space (at the speed of light and gravity).
This means that the photon wave particles always traverse space at the local speed of light (which is determined by the local gravitational wave energy density), and always receive their inflowing gravitational wave energy component (to replace the spherically out flowing wave energy) from the direction of motion) hence they follow an essentially straight path over short distances, and will have a curved path over longer distances, influenced by the presence of massive objects that lie ahead.
Have you ever considered your parent arena to be a huge single photon and within the photon is all the information of a visual Universe ?
Added - A , cannot see B and vice versus . Because in our infinite universe models , we can zoom out and anything of any size becomes a relative point .The difference is that in the ISU model, there is just one universe, but it contains a potentially infinite number of possible expanding big bang arenas at any given time. So arena A and arena B can co-exist, but each will be expanding, and no matter how far they are apart, left to expand independently, they will eventually intersect and overlap, and produce a new big crunch out of their combined galactic material. When that big crunch reaches critical capacity, it will collapse/bang into a new expanding big bang arena in its own right (a new third wave).
The math says internal energy U divided by an unspecified volume of real coordinate space .
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Energy fills all space.
You might think, “How can that be, if there are particles separated by space, then you might think of that surrounding space as being empty, but in the ISU model there is no empty space. So you might ask, “ What fills all of the surrounding space if it isn’t empty?
All space contains energy in the form of wave fronts that carry energy across space, and so in between detectible particles and objects that occupy space, is undetectable gravitational wave energy. That wave energy in surrounding space is emitted and absorbed by particles and objects that occupy space.
You might think that a particle that emits gravitational wave energy would quickly “evaporate” as it runs out of internal wave energy, but no, that does not happen. Gravitational waves are continually converging in space, and each convergence produces a momentary high energy density spot at the point of convergence. All of those spots in otherwise empty space, have a hint of mass, and the number (density) of “spots” or hints of mass is higher as you approach particles and objects in space, because those particles and objects are the source of the gravitational waves that fill all space.
That means that the space immediately surrounding particles and objects has higher energy density, and as you go deeper in the surrounding space by moving away from the local particles and objects, the energy density of the surrounding space naturally becomes less energy dense.
But no matter how far you go into deep space, you can never reach a place that is free of wave energy, because a gravitational wave front has higher energy density behind it than it has in front of it, enabling it to intrude on the lower energy density space that it is encountering as it expands. That differential of energy density behind vs. in front of the advancing gravitational wave energy front accounts for one of the two main forces in the ISU model, the force of energy density equalization; a higher energy density environment will advance through the surrounding space by imposing itself on the space occupied by the lower energy density surrounding space, and the volume of the overlap space will increase, and its density will trend toward equalization between the overlapping wave fronts.
(The overlap is actually a wave in its own right, which” is designated as a “third wave”, as you know.)
In an infinite and eternal universe filled with wave-energy, no overlap-space can expand until its internal energy density is equalized with the surrounding space, because its expansion will be interrupted by encountering higher energy density environments expanding toward it, to interrupt its expansion along various points on its expanding wave-front.
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