Scientist and Mathematician
are sought for project collaboration and mathematical descriptions
I hope to interest scientists with resources to evaluate and test the hypothesis; and to find scientists willing to collaborate on this project. Of special interest to me is to discover at least one scientist who is interested in developing the mathematical descriptions of some singularity acceleration functions. The hypothesis is sufficiently significant to merit some resources being devoted to proving it either valid or invalid. The result of evaluation may be inconclusive with incremental refinement to the hypothesis as more information and improved instrumentation become available. I suggest additional research will lead to the acceptance of the hypothesis, maybe with some modification.
The singularity acceleration hypothesis has seven major concepts that may be evaluated or tested somewhat independently of each other. If these basic concepts can be proven, then the numerous other proposed secondary hypotheses will be confirmed, subsequently be confirmed from unanticipated information, or be shown to be the most plausible explanation of universe formation.
1. The expansion of the universe will form distinct sections with galaxy clusters and supercluster gravitationally bound to each other but separated from the rest of the universe, which will disappear over the event horizon of each section.
2. Galaxy clusters and sometimes supercluster will consolidate primarily into supermassive black holes.
3. Single dominant supermassive black hole singularities will consolidate all of the mass in the black holes that are gravitationally bound over hundreds of billions of years or more.
4. Dark energy will push and assist the bending of space to the speed of light by the dominant supermassive black hole singularities which act as a catalyst for dark energy to supply most of the energy for the big bang.
5. The separation of a singularity from the universe will cause a phase transition suspending the laws of gravitation attraction, inflation mass-multiplying effect, and CP violation.
6. The existence of other universes will support the singularity acceleration hypothesis.
7. The possibility of a micro black hole forming outside of a universe will support the singularity acceleration hypothesis.
Components of singularity acceleration could remain a hypothesis, at least until the following concepts can be explained further and mathematical models are presented.
Ø Describe the phase transition of singularities during separation from the universe and acceleration driven by dark energy.
Ø Develop a model explaining the unification of gravitation with all other forces when they transition from the mass of matter, energy, dark matter, and dark energy to gravitational force in black hole singularity acceleration.
Ø Describe the phase transition of a gravitational singularity as it equals the speed of light, producing a big bang, and with the resulting universe having more mass than did the singularity. In the equation S2.C2 = Mu, S is the gravitation singularity, C is the speed of light, and Mu is the mass of the new universe.
Ø Describe the CP violation during the big bang.
Ø Produce a model of the first micro universe formed when subatomic particles or strings formed spontaneously and sufficiently concentrated space to make a micro black hole.
Ø Produce a model of the evolution of universes demonstrating that the laws of physics evolve to produce more large universes.
Ø Produce a model of the amount of mass remaining in an isolated galaxy cluster after a singularity separation occurs to determine if another dominant supermassive black hole can form, accelerate, and separate from the same cluster to make another universe.
Contact me, John M. Wilson, email: firstname.lastname@example.org