Outline - Singularity Acceleration

Universe Formation from Gravitationally Bound Structures


Acceleration of Dominant Supermassive Black Hole Singularities

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

Universe Formation Home Page

9 November 2012

1. Introduction

2. Discussion Proposed Axioms and principles of universe formation

            2.1 Natural refinement sequence usually referred to as trial and error

2.2 No superfluous components exist in the universe not needed for universe formation

2.3 Gravity and black hole singularities have distinctive long term mass storage

2.4 Infinity of potential time and space

2.5 Simultaneous universe expanding and combining components

2.6 Warping space at the speed of light

            2.7 Big bang phase transition occurs when a singularity separates from a universe

            2.8 Cosmological Evolution

            2.9 Micro universes

3. Discussion Explanation and consequences of some of the universe formation laws based on the singularity acceleration hypothesis.

3.1 A plausible sequence summary of universe formation

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

3.3 Simultaneous universe expansion and consolidation is essential to universe formation

3.4 How a black hole singularity becomes massive enough to form a universe

3.5 Dark energy accelerates the space warp of supermassive black hole singularities

3.6 Contrast of the bursting singularity verses Smolin bouncing black hole theory

3.7 Something from nothing - the Krauss universe formation theory

3.8 Rules and processes of cosmological evolution

3.9 Ineffective universe formation factors

3.10 Information loss associated with universe formation

3.11 The last stages in the life of a universe

3.12 Functional unification of the four forces

4. Test of Hypothesis

5. Conclusions

6. Acknowledgements

7. References


Copyright 2012 - John M. Wilson