Critical Functions of Matter and Energy in the Formation of Universes

Based on Acceleration of Dominant Supermassive Black Hole Singularities

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

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Each universe component has a function and a role in causing a new universe.

They are summarized in figure 1.

Significant Function in Universe

Baryonic matter

Energy

Dark energy

Dark matter

Gravity

Effect that contributes to singularity probability for causing a big bang

Forms galaxies, clusters supermassive black holes

Y

Y

 

Y

Y

Essential to make universe components

Consolidates galaxies

Y

Y

 

Y

Y

Maximizes potential mass of the black hole singularity

Increases mid-stage supermassive black hole singularity mass

Y

Y

 

Y

Y

Essential process to form dominant supermassive black holes

Separates universe into galaxy cluster or equivalent units that can become black holes and increases distance between galaxy clusters

 

 

Y

 

 

Reduces gravitational attraction between a supermassive black hole singularity and its galaxy and cluster

Contributes to increasing late-stage dominant supermassive black hole singularity mass

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Increased mass allows singularity to attain sufficient mass and attract dark energy to accelerate the space warp to the speed of light.

Accelerates singularities

 

 

Y

 

Y

If the space warp of theles ( black holes (R#)(F)ontaneous violation of parity singularity reaches the speed of light, a big bang will occur.

Figure 1. Cosmic Component Function and Effect on Universe Formation Table

 

Axiom 2. All significant forms of matter and energy and all significant processes and events are critical to the formation of universes.

 

A. Nothing in nature forms and survives very long, relative to its peers, with significant superfluous components. The most significant forces and other phenomena have critical functions in the formation of this universe and have the same critical functions in the formation of all past and future universes.

 

B. Everything in the universe is the cause or result of a critical function. Matter, energy, dark matter, and dark energy all have critical functions in the universe formation and existence. For example, galaxy clusters are held together by gravity from dark matter and matter.

 

C. The occurrence of inflation, when the very early universe appears to have expanded at a rate exceeding the speed of light, provides strong evidence that a phase transition occurred during the Big Bang phase of the universe formation when some physical laws did not apply. [14, 15] For example, during this phase transition, the universe-forming singularity became naked, and the gravitational bond of the singularity was disrupted and ended, causing it to explode as a big bang.

 

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