What is the first law of Universe ?

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What is the first law of Universe ?
« on: 31/08/2006 21:29:01 »

Now it is consider that Newton / Einstein,s laws
 of gravitation are the first laws of Universe.
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1.
Newton was a clever man therefore when he discovered his
" law of gravitation" he quickly understood that
soon or later the all matter in the Universe had to gather
in the " singular point".
And because this effect does not happen in the Nature,
Newton , being very religius man , thought that only God,s
power did not give the matter to gather in a " singular point".
2.
And then atheistic time came  .
They decided :
As God does not exist, so the all matter in Universe
must gather in a " singular point".
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I don,t agree that  Newton / Einstein,s laws
of gravitation are the first laws of Universe.
Why?
1.
Take simple atom: proton and electron,( small distances).
Nobody interests in gravitation interaction between
proton and electron . There is not any theory about
gravitation interaction between proton and electron .
Everybody interests only in electrical ( nuclear)
interaction between them.
It means that Newton / Einstein,s laws of gravitation
are local and limited.
This law in the small ( nuclear) distance does not work.
2.
Take Universe ( cosmic distances).
There is not theory about gravitation interaction between
galaxy  A. and galaxy  Z. We don,t need it.
Why? For example.
Let,s imagine of all apple- trees on our Earth
as a galaxy, and apples as  stars.
Nobody will interest in the interaction between
an apple- tree in New York ( galaxy  A.)  and
an apple- tree (cherry-tree) in Varanasi (galaxy  Z.).
It means that Newton / Einstein,s laws of gravitation
are local and limited.
This law in the big cosmic distance does not work.
3.
Conclusion.
Newton / Einstein,s laws of gravitation  cannot be
 “The first law of Universe.”
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What can be the first law of Universe?
1.
All galaxyies (gravitation fields) exist in Vacuum (T=0K)
therefore Vacuum can be “The first law of Universe.”
Then we must ask questions:
" How is it possible to break homogeneous
and symmetric  Vacuum: T=0K ?”,
“How in Vacuum could gravitation fields be created?”,
“How in Vacuum can the process of star formation begin?”
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If somebody doubt that from cold Vacuum T=0K
the hot stars can be created, please, remember that
The Second law of thermodynamics does not forbid this possibility.
The secret of 'God' and 'Existence' hide
 in the “Theory of Light quanta”.

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Re: What is the first law of Universe ?
« Reply #1 on: 01/09/2006 07:04:42 »
Can it be said that gravitational attraction between galaxies has no effect ? I understood that small variations in the CBMR showed that we were moving (400kms/s ?) towards a 'great attractor'

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