Abstract

Acceleration of Dominant Supermassive Black Hole Singularities

Serving as the Catalyst of Dark Energy in the Formation of Universes

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Cosmological process analysis is used to develop the singularity acceleration hypothesis which is based on nine universe formation axioms. The resulting theorem explains the mechanism by which dominant supermassive black hole singularities form and capture all forms of matter and energy. This seizing of dark energy by huge singularities is part of unifying everything as a gravitational singularity. The mass of dark energy is combined with the singularity by the relativity law of momentum conservation. The relic of the galaxy cluster complex not consumed by the singularity has substantially reduced gravitational force that is insufficient to prevent the singularity’s acceleration and eventual separation from the universe. By this time all other galaxies in the universe will have disappeared over the event horizon and have no gravitational influence on this galaxy and its supermassive singularity.

 

Supermassive singularity separation from the universe leads to a big bang phase transition in which the laws of the universe do not apply. This results in the loss of gravitational attraction causing a big bang and inflation. Singularity acceleration universe formation is a cyclic process analogous to a branching universe having the following seven phases reoccurring in each daughter universe:

1. A phase transition big bang that forms a new universe

2. Expansion of the new universe and its structure

3. Dispersion of its mass and increasing entropy

4. Isolation of its galaxy clusters and supercluster complexes beyond event horizons

5. Many separate consolidations of all forms of matter, forces, and energy within these supercluster complexes into dominant supermassive black hole gravitational singularities

6. The resulting acceleration of singularities warping space to the speed of light

7. The independent separation of each of these singularities from the universe causing a big bang phase transition and producing all forms of matter, forces, and energy in a new universe.

 

The singularity acceleration hypothesis also supports the cosmological philosophy of evolving fecund universes. As each subsequent universe forms, the governing physical laws may change. If this change results in universes with more massive black holes, and means of increasing the ratio of matter surviving a matter anti-mater collision, then these universes will have more reproductive success.

 

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