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Is that "basis" right though?Is a "composition" through an e/m filter as entropy a "gold-standard", right?Are we still ignoring gravity being "enthalpic"?
How does one judge a "layman scientist enthusiast"?How do you judge the question asked you?As a "layman scientist enthusist"?
I understand you're point.Thankfully no one knows the truth.....yet. I think truth comes with great regret though.Dealing with regret could be our greatest challenge in the advent of a clearer scientific understanding of reality, right?
19) The observable universe is a growing big bang arena, and though it occupies a finite volume of space, it is inside of an infinite volume of space.20) In accord with the sameness doctrine, all big bang arenas across the landscape of the greater universe go through the same stages of development that our big bang arena is going through:a) They all share the precondition of a big crunch, formed in the overlap space where two or more parent arenas converge as they expanded into each others space.
So sort of an expansion into an expansion causes the matter in both expansions to compact?
Quote from: Thebox on 23/06/2018 00:30:06So sort of an expansion into an expansion causes the matter in both expansions to compact?Very good.Now don’t forget, we are talking about two or more big bang arenas converging as they expand into each others space, causing a swirling rendezvous of galactic material and gravitational wave energy. A growing accretion disk forms and a big crunch begins to take shape around the center of gravity of the overlap space.
So forming sort of spacial ''eddies'' as an emergence pattern?
Quote from: Thebox on 23/06/2018 01:22:01So forming sort of spacial ''eddies'' as an emergence pattern?Not quite.Space is infinite and has always existed, in the ISU model. Space is where things happen. What you refer to as eddies isn’t far off, but they are not swirling eddies of space. The eddies are swirls of galactic material, gravitationally captured in the overlap space where two or more expanding big bang arenas expanded into the same space. Space doesn’t swirl, or stretch, or curve; things swirl, or stretch, or curve in space.And note, the expanding arenas are not creating space as they expand; they are expanding into pre-existing space. And further, the expansion is not an expansion of the space that they occupy; it is the separation of the galaxies that occupy space. The galaxies are generally moving apart because the particles that they are composed of had separation momentum imparted to them when they formed during the early rapid inflation epic of the new arena. The galaxies are moving apart because of the conservation of the momentum of the wave-particles that they are composed of.
I am liking your theory a lot. Do you ever consider the expansion between galaxies is enthalpy/electrodynamic related?>T = > r or >Q = > r
Quote from: Thebox on 23/06/2018 13:05:41I am liking your theory a lot. Do you ever consider the expansion between galaxies is enthalpy/electrodynamic related?In some ways, but I think you are aiming for something deeper. The way I would interpret your question is that you are asking if the heat and the charge of a system are associated with the observed separation of galaxies and galactic structure on a large scale. Heat and charge are very basic concepts that are generally understood, and I invoke the generally accepted science surrounding them. However, it is more to the point in the ISU model that the observed separation of galaxies is related to the conservation of momentum.Each new big bang arena is an example of the defeat of entropy, meaning that an aging mature big bang arena, like ours for example, has spent billions of years using up the energy that it was “born” with, i.e., converting the low entropy energy of the hot dense ball of plasma that emerged from preconditions (the big crunch), to form particles, which clump to atoms and then to stars, galaxies, and galactic structure. Your point focuses on the fact that the galaxies are observed to be separating and moving away from each other.In my model, an important feature is that particles form as the hot dense ball of plasma expands, and so as particles form they are moving away from each other right at the start. I like to say that they have separation momentum imparted to them as they form.The formation of particles is governed by a process called Quantum Action, and it is described in my model in terms of gravitational wave energy mechanics. When particles form they are called wave-particles because they are composed of the dense-state gravitational wave energy from the hot dense ball of plasma as the plasma expands and cools.Quantum gravity is also governed by the process of Quantum Action, and so as particles form, though they have separation momentum, they are also subject to quantum gravity. Quantum gravity invokes the inverse square law. In the close quarters of the epic of wave-particle formation, quantum gravity is able to overcome expansion momentum at short distances and so the earliest wave-particles are attracted to each other, referred to as clumping. However, the clumps conserve the expansion momentum of the wave-particles that they are made of, and the clumps are also moving away from each other. Extrapolate the dance between separation momentum and gravity over time, and you get stars and then galaxies, and because separation momentum is always conserved, the galaxies are generally observed to be moving away from each other.
I am liking your theory a lot. Do you ever consider the expansion between galaxies is enthalpy/electrodynamic related?
Happily it is because the possibility of the ultimate heat death of the universe, or the Big Rip, is avoided because there are a potentially infinite number of other expanding big bang arenas out there, just like ours.
In theory the energy of our system/arena should transfer to any external/overlapping lower energy state systems/arena’s.
My concern would be more towards enphalpic decompression of bodies within the arena by greater wave energy inflow than wave energy outflow. An increase in temperature (T) causing enthalpic decompression of the body , causing an unstable state of the mass.
enthalpy | ˈenTHalpē, ənˈTHalpē |[/color]noun Physics[/size]a thermodynamic quantity equivalent to the total heat content of a system. It is equal to the internal energy of the system plus the product of pressure and volume. (Symbol: H)
Note: Before detailing the mechanics of quantum gravity, as governed by the micro level process of Quantum Action, it is appropriate to describe the changes that the gravitational wave energy density profile of space has experienced as a result of the sequence of events occurring from the formation of the big crunch, up to the point of wave-particle formation across the new expanding arena.