rosborne979
 
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Reply Sat 16 Feb, 2019 12:53 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
How did gravitation deliver the other forces outside of itself?
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Tue 19 Feb, 2019 06:58 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
In Light Of New Data, new values of some characteristics of the first born one cubic centimetre of space are as follows;

1) Energy density was about:
1.545×10^399 ERGS/cubic centimetre

2) The force of inflation was;
1.545×10^394 Pascal

3) Acceleration of inflation was;
7.293×10^212 m/second square
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Wed 20 Feb, 2019 09:42 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
"bobbo_the_Pragmatist wrote: ↑........or we could fling our monkey shite on the wall and look for a pattern/meaning?

With space expanding into infinity, and an infinite time scale: how do you arrive at zero? Makes no sense........HEY!!! I do see a pattern.



They say;" A very very.... big, Bang!!, Occurring


They say;" A very very.... big, Bang!!, Occurred."
Infinitely large number of particles formed,...from, whatever existed. Some are similar, and some,.../// Exactly the same.
Five percent adjust with each other, and, the rest, don't.
That makes five percent seen, but, ninety five,..unseen.
Of the five percent seen,.. Five is physics, and, the rest,..metaphysics.
Thank you... bobbo.
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maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Wed 20 Feb, 2019 11:10 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
https://dailygalaxy.com/2019/02/the-invisible-unveiled-hundreds-of-thousands-of-unknown-galaxies-in-the-distant-observable-universe/ “The Invisible Unveiled” –Hundreds of Thousands of Unknown Galaxies in the Distant Universe
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maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Thu 21 Feb, 2019 03:38 am
@rosborne979,
How did gravitation deliver the other forces outside of itself?

The instant when singularity, ceased to exist, gravity, the weakest force at the smallest distances, appeared with it's negligible value. So it was not experienced by the universe when it fluctuated out of singularity to a rudimentary on its nuptial moment with Lord Random.
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Thu 21 Feb, 2019 04:04 am
@maunas24-10-13,
The force of gravity was COMPARATIVELY negligible, but, nevertheless it's relativistic effects were tremendous due to the extreme curvature of space-time in the minute bud of the first born cubic nm of space time.
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rosborne979
 
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Reply Thu 21 Feb, 2019 06:20 am
@maunas24-10-13,
Tat still doesn’t explain how the other forces arose from gravity.
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Fri 22 Feb, 2019 10:30 am
@rosborne979,
*THE STRUCTURE OF SINGULARITY AND THE BIRTH OF THE UNIVERSE*

The singularity was a volume-less point of tremendous energy in an infinite force of zero vacuum expectation value.

Neither of them required space-time to exist.

A random quantum fluctuation, of the point of energy, broke the field of force producing a field of very high, non zero vacuum expectation value, "THE SUPER HIGGS FIELD".

The "Super Higgs Field" brought into existence, a false vacuum. This false vacuum was the "primordial space-time", in which the Super Higgs Field vibrated.

Now a bit weak, but still a combined super force, lay still in the space-less, true vacuum.
But;
The primordial energy, which was taken away by the Super Higgs Field, was now permeating the primordial space-time, which the Super Higgs Field had created.
This interaction of the primordial energy with the primordial space-time, caused the EMERGENCE of, "Primordial particles".

The primordial particles, of the primordial universe, interacted with the 'combined super force', of the true, space-less vacuum, and, also with the 'false vacuum' created space-time containing the Super Higgs Field.
This interaction, led to the SEPARATION of electromagnetic, weak and strong forces out of the true space-less vacuum, leaving the gravitational force alone there.

The non-gravitational forces, interacted with the primordial particles in the primordial space-time, and, caused the EMERGENCE of a plasma of particles, of today's universe. Thus the seed of today's universe got created. But, the instant it got created, the primordial space-time in the seed, underwent an instantaneous and tremendous inflation, stretching space and contracting time, because, the gravitational force had excommunicated the primordial universe.

Inflation led to the EMERGENCE of today's space-time, recommunication between the universe and gravitation, and loss of energy by the Super Higgs Field.
Loss of energy by the Super Higgs Field led to the EMERGENCE of today's universe with the "NORMAL HIGGS FIELD".

The lost energy of the Super Higgs Field, interacted with the young universe, causing the EMERGENCE of still more entities.
rosborne979
 
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Reply Fri 22 Feb, 2019 02:15 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
maunas24-10-13 wrote:
The singularity was a volume-less point of tremendous energy in an infinite force of zero vacuum expectation value.

What does that mean?
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Sat 23 Feb, 2019 05:22 am
@rosborne979,

It means that the primordial energy and the unified force, though, were represented by the same point, the primordial energy was not a component of the united force.
Vacuum expectation value of the United force was therefore zero.

Only when energy gets reduced (by removal, thinning out etc) by a force, space-time can come into existence.
rosborne979
 
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Reply Sat 23 Feb, 2019 07:50 am
@maunas24-10-13,
What is a Vacuum expectation value?
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Sat 23 Feb, 2019 12:26 pm
@rosborne979,
The average net, expected value, of many forces in a vacuum. Though seemingly inappropriately used in this thread, a better way of expressing is difficult because:

In the case under discussion, vacuum is a point, and, the net total of united forces can not get mathematically distributed/interacted over a point.
Also,
even if it is assumed that due to the presence of energy at the very same point, theoretically the force combination can get distributed by the primordial energy, to cause the emergence of a negative space-time universe,
even such an emergence too, seems not possible, because, the primordial energy is not a component of the united force.
rosborne979
 
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Reply Sun 24 Feb, 2019 07:50 am
@maunas24-10-13,
What is the Primordial Energy?
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Sun 24 Feb, 2019 01:15 pm
@rosborne979,
Since the origin of this universe, particles of energy have been the carrier of forces.
In future, particles of dark energy will completely thin out all the four fundamental forces, leading to the decay of all mass to photons. Further the photons too will get dissolved in vacuum, becoming part of the energy of quantum vacuum.
At this point, the intrinsic expansion of space will no more be able to proceed further.
The total vacuum energy of this maximally, intrinsically expanded space is PRIMORDIAL ENERGY.

After reaching this "point of no more possible" expansion, the tremendous inertia of space-time which will cause roll back of the "intrinsic expansion" represents the sum of magnitudes of all the fundamental forces present in the universe.
This sum represents the "magnitude of UNITED FORCES of the singularity."
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Sun 24 Feb, 2019 04:04 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
What is Dark Energy?

Since the beginning of this universe, at the global universal level, entropy has been continuously increasing.

The zero entropy singularity has been continuously fragmenting/decaying on a general universal scale.

Forces of the universe have been continuously dividing energy and causing the EMERGENCE of more space-time units through division of space-time units, thus intrinsically expanding space-time.
The newer space-time units are small as compared to the previous.
The energy of entropy gets added to the vacuum energy of space-time which divides into two units. This leads to intrinsic expansion of space.

So, Dark Energy is the magnitude of accumulated entropy of the universe.
If at present it is 65% of the total energy of the universe, it means, that the universe has completed 65% age of its present iteration.
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rosborne979
 
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Reply Sun 24 Feb, 2019 07:25 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
what is intrinsically expanded space? Why is it intrinsic?
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Mon 25 Feb, 2019 02:06 pm
@rosborne979,



In an Intrinsically expanding space the scale of space itself changes. It is intrinsic because the universe does not expand "into" anything and does not require space to exist "outside" it. Space and objects in space move due to changes in the scale of metric governing the size and geometry of space-time.
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maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Wed 27 Feb, 2019 03:59 am
@maunas24-10-13,
After reaching this "point of no more possible" expansion, the tremendous inertia of space-time which will cause the roll back of the "intrinsic expansion" is proportional to the sum of magnitudes of all the fundamental forces present in the universe.
This sum is representative of the "magnitude of UNITED FORCES of the si
ngularity."
*HOW WILL THE ROLL BACK OF THE UNIVERSE OCCUR?*
Energy of the inertia of expansion will emerge as a great ripple in the fabric of space-time, the moment the expansion of the fabric ceases. This great ripple will fold the space-time, cancelling itself out and emerging as a singularity of force (derived from a gravitational energy but containing all the forces).
The total vacuum energy will exist as a separate component of the same.
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Thu 28 Feb, 2019 03:14 am
@maunas24-10-13,
*What is dark matter, and, how does it contain information for the rebuilding of a new universe?*

The
final zero mass particles that will exist in zero-energy space, just before the expansion of the space suddenly comes to a halt, and, folds all of space-time,( cancelling itself and crystallizing into a singularity consisting of all the united force, and, the vacuum energy as a separate component) form a third component of the singularity frozen in true zero vacuum state. They come to life after the formation of the "Super Higgs Field", and emerge as the dark matter of the new iteration of the universe. Due to their interaction with the super Higgs Field, their some characteristics like mass, undergoes a change, but not the information which they carry from the previous iteration of the universe.
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rosborne979
 
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Reply Thu 28 Feb, 2019 11:04 am
How does your most recent post pertain to your previous post?
 

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