Yes, a discussion concerning the emergence of time, space and a quantum fluctuation in "slow' time would be nice, but unlikely! I'm not sure 'anyone' truly understands the concept - that gravitational time dilation, as I am describing it, would make an enormous difference to quantum mechanics!!!

I seem always to be rushing, so I might have missed something. I have a particular interest in time, so would be glad to know more about your “slow time”.

Ok, Bill... I will explain again.

We think of gravitational time dilation as is described by General Relativity.

I am suggesting, on the basis of the non-unification of quantum mechanics with gravity, that this time dilation that GR describes is only a time dilation 'effect' due to a mass near mass phenomenon. I am suggesting that GR is 'not' describing 'locational' gravitational time dilation in its considerations as is currently thought.

I am suggesting that 'locational' gravitational time dilation, as opposed to the mass near mass time dilation effect that GR describes, is as widely variant in the rate time occurs at, as a gravity field is in strength. I am suggesting that time is stopped in a 0 gravity field and that as a gravity field strengthens, the rate time occurs at increases as per the strength of the gravity field. (I could now get into a complicated discussion concerning GR and relativistic mass in relation to gravity potential and kinetic energy, but let's just leave it at that for now, and you accept these parameters experimentally as the premiss)

Clearly anything with mass is going to be subject to this mass near mass phenomenon of time dilation that GR describes. Light has no mass, so the effects of my 'locational gravitational time dilation will be most obviously observed where light is concerned. (Ref: Pound Rebka experiment.) I will get back to the business of light and redshift later.

Clearly, if my 'locational' gravitational time dilation is set at time stopped in a 0 gravity field, then... IF you would 'please' accept the premiss of my nothing that is something??? We can see that without a gravity field present, that time is now stopped. IF we can find the 'energy' in this nothing that is 'something' to produce a Casimir fluctuation, and this fluctuation carries mass, then we can say that the 'reaction' between the energy that allows for the fluctuation and the mass of the fluctuation, and the resulting gravity field in relation to the mass of the fluctuation, that these parameters started time. That these elements 'the fluctuation', 'the mass/gravity field' and 'time/motion emerged together, causing a geometric point to expand into geometric space.

What you have here is a creation moment in the microscopic, in 'extremely' slow occurring time. Now, in order that you not be confused. This does not mean that events are occurring in slow motion as relative to events occurring in the rate of time that we experience. But, having said this, a Casimir fluctuation will exist for longer in a slower rate of time than it does in our rate of time. (There is a balancing ratio associated with SR that regulates this speed of events effect)

Virtual particles can arise from Casimir fluctuations as well as particle scattering. In this slow time a virtual particle will exist for longer. A virtual particle that exists for longer will take on more of the characteristics of a real particle. I am suggesting that some of these virtual particles 'make it' and 'become' real particles.

Ok so we have a creation moment and a few real particles, what next? How can that progress into what we see today? ... Ok, well clearly IF virtual particles can become 'real' in an almost 0 gravity field of a much slower rate of time, then we can say that more particles are produced at the edges/weaker gravity of the gravity field produced by the few particles of our microscopic universe, which are already attracting each other gravitationally into motion and clumping. However... If we continue 'this' path of logic as is, what we will end up with is a bigger clump of matter in the middle of smaller clumps of matter. We do not observe this to be the case in our universe. Everything is relatively evenly spread and evenly clumped.

So... Taking the path of logic into the cyclic universe idea... We have a microscopic universe with a few real particles that are clumping together. The spacial dimensions of this microscopic universe are dominated by the gravity field, in that where the gravity field runs to 0, time stops. Where these few particles have now clumped together time runs a bit faster... and in between the clumped mass and the 0 gravity field - time runs marginally slower and slower as it approaches the 0 gravity field. In this universe of such small spacial dimensions, the few particles of this microscopic universe clumping will cause gravitational reactions on scale with our universe and these clumped particles will form a black hole/black holes that merge into one black hole which jets out all of the particles, into a sea of particles. This has formed the beginning of the next cycle. The scattering of particles has initiated more virtual particles to become real in the 'slower' time of this sea of particles. The particles start clumping together. Where particles have clumped, time runs quicker. This follows the pattern until black holes are formed, that merge together into one, to jet out all the particles to form the beginning of the next cycle. Each cycle becoming bigger in amount of particles, spacial size and duration of cycle.

IF you can accept the above as a premiss, then it becomes necessary to look at how we might 'view' events occurring within a rate of time that is occurring at extremely different rates to that of our own rate of time. This requires looking at phenomenon that are subject to different strength of gravity fields.

First let's look at the world of quantum. We have already accepted the premiss of particles emerging in extremely slow time in relation to an extremely weak gravity field. What would be the status of a particles gravity field in relation to a mass near mass phenomenon? Would it experience a rate of time as experienced by the mass of earth and measured by a cessium atom in relation to the motions of our solar system, as in how we measure all events? Or will it be operating its existence within the bounds of a rate of time dictated by 'its' mass and 'gravity field' in relation to the greater mass of earth?

Looking at Planck's h constant. Planck used a time measurement to derive this constant. In his quest he noticed that there are frequencies that seem to be 'disallowed'. Quanta do not operate on these frequencies, hence the gaps between the quantum leaps. I am suggesting that it would be impossible for us to view all of the events of the world of quanta, IF the world of quanta were operating within a different rate of time. If, say for instance, the gaps between the quantum leaps were to constitute 20% of the entirety of the range, then we would only be viewing 80% of the quanta's time scale, and that the quanta's rate of time would be occurring 20% slower, (faster would also apply) than our own rate of time. What I am suggesting 'could' bring the world of quantum mechanics out from behind the uncertainty principle and more in line with classical physics. No more spooky action, no more probability.

Moving to the other end of the scale... Black holes. Hawking's temperature quandary has truly puzzled physicists, because as a black hole gets bigger, the temperature drops inversely proportional to the increase in its mass. This is the direct opposite of what we experience in our scale of the universe concerning the addition of energy/mass normally being associated by an increase in temperature cubed proportionally to the mass of any addition. Under the premiss of time set stopped in a 0 gravity field, the rate of time for the black hole occurs very fast. We cannot see much of the events of a black hole. Where time gets so fast at the event horizon, not even a glimmer of light can be viewed of its time in relation to the rate of ours. We do detect a temperature though! As the black hole takes on more mass/gets bigger, it's rate of time runs faster, and as a result we view less of its temperature. The black holes temperature is in fact rising with its intake of extra mass/energy, but its gravity field is also gaining in strength, causing time to occur faster, causing us to view a lesser percentage of its heat. (A clever mathematician 'could ' work out by how much a gravity field increases the rate of time by calculating these parameters against each other!)

Now we come to redshift... Time in the spaces between clumped mass will be running much slower than it will for the clumped mass. This means that light is travelling through areas of slow time. It will take the light longer to travel these distances of slow time because of distance in time, and not due to distance in geometry. It takes light longer to cross the same distance in slower time. Consequently, we can see that everything is not as far apart as we currently believe.

By making an addition to the equivalence principle stating that the speed of light is only constant to the ratio of the length of a second, we can see that in the case of the gravity field associated with the singular black hole that spells the end of a universes cycle and the beginning of the new, that we will have an escalated (vastly escalated in relation to a universe as big as our current one) speed of light, which when plugged into the equation, e=mc2, should produce enough energy to account for the inflationary period (black holes jets) of every new cycle.

This notion adheres to the conservation law and to the second law. It gives explanation for star displacement during eclipse. It gives reason for bullet cluster observations. It gives reason for galaxy spiral. It solves long term physics conundrums and presents the universe as a complete and working system, giving cause and viable conditions for the beginning and end of each cycle of the universe.

This theory requires no unobserved additional qualities for the system to work.

This theory can be very simply tested by placing two identical precision atomic clocks at locations that are of the exact same elevation, but of know significant difference in density. See which one runs faster.