Brief Conclusions from the Singularity Acceleration paper

 

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

John M. Wilson, 2 November 2012

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Universe Formation Quotable Quotes

A Short Explanation of the Source and Cause of our and How It Formed

  In our parent universe, a very large galaxy supercluster complex disappeared over the event horizon from all other galaxies. One supermassive black hole consumed much of this supercluster becoming the dominant feature of the galaxy and creating a singularity that accelerated to the speed of light propelled by and assimilating the mass from dark energy by the law of the momentum conservation. It burst from its universe entering a big bang phase transition that created our universe.

  A simultaneously expanding universe and consolidating galaxy clusters are essential to making more universes.

Spontaneous Events

  Great things are not spontaneous.

  All complex processes and things, both natural and intentionally designed, are the result of an object or a model refinement sequence usually referred to as trial and error.

  The process of making a large universe such as ours requires many intermediate universes, which result in the simultaneous existence of many universes.

 

Superfluous Components

  Nothing in nature forms and survives very long, relative to its peers, with significant superfluous components.

  All significant forms of matter and energy are critical to the formation of universes

 

Gravitation

  As the universe expands, galaxy clusters eventually pass the event horizon from each other, which reduce their mutual gravitational attraction to zero.

 

Supermassive black holes

  Most of the galaxy cluster mass consolidates into a dominant supermassive black hole.

  Under certain conditions dominant supermassive black hole singularities accelerate warping space at the speed of light.

 

Dark Energy

  Dark energys repulsive force pushes dominant supermassive black hole singularities, increasing its space warp and contributing its mass to its singularity.

  The mass of dark energy is added to the mass of the black hole singularities as it propels the space warp acceleration of a singularity, based on the law of momentum conservation

 

Inflation

  The inflation era is part of a phase transition in which a singularity breaks its gravitational bonds with and separates from its universe.

Big Bang Phase Transition

  Big bangs can occur only outside of a universe when a singularity has no gravitational attraction with other mass and some laws are suspended in a phase transition.

  When a singularity breaks its gravitational bonds and separates from a universe, it enters a phase transition in which the laws of the universe end for a brief time, the singularity becomes naked, gravitation is suspended causing a big bang, and the gravitational force of the singularity is converted into a new universe.

  Inflation identifies when the phase transition occurs. This is shown by the inflation era that allows mass to exceed the speed of light.

  The phase transition between the old and new universes suspends physical laws, including gravitation causing the big bang in which everything is converted to various forms of matter and energy in a new universe. Over eons black hole singularities consume everything in the next cycle.

  The phase transition includes a mass multiplying effect caused by a CP violation or equivalent function. The equation Mu= S2.C2 describes the exponential increase in the amount of mass created by the largest singularities, when Mu = the mass of the new universe, S= the mass of the singularity, and C= constant or the speed of light.

  A big bang phase transition occurs when a singularity warps space at the speed of light and separates from its universe.

Cosmological Evolution

  If it is possible for a universe to form, it will.

  If it is possible for universes to evolve systems that make more universes, they will; and if it is possible for universes to evolve systems that become more reliable in producing more or larger universes, they will, given sufficient time.

  There are many universes, and the evolution of universes is analogous to a series of never-ending branches. These branches progress through seven unending phases of a big bang, expansion, dispersion, isolations, consolidations, acceleration, separations, and big bangs.

  The physical laws of the parent universe and the new universe may or may not be the same. Information is lost between the two universes.

  The laws in a new universe may or may not be the same as in the parent universe.

 

Information loss

  The information needed to make a universe is all the information that must be retained through a phase transition to the new universe.

  Singularities bend space at the speed of light and burst from old universes to form new universes, creating their own new time and space, independent and invisible to any other universe. With no information shared after the creation of its big bang, each universe is adrift in its own space and time. An observer in one universe will never know for certain the specific nature of sibling or predecessor universes.

 

Infinity

  Potential space and time are infinite

Micro Universes

  The first micro universes were formed by spontaneously occurring quantum events sufficiently concentrated to make a micro black hole.

What is the Future for Us and Everything?

  The future of some of the mass of a universe that becomes part of its most massive black holes is to produce more universes, and everything else in the universe will degenerate into nothing over an exceedingly long time.

  All mass in the universe has two possible outcomes: it either becomes part of a dominant supermassive black hole, which forms a new universe, or it degenerates into nothing.

 

A Warning to Those Who Create Models on the How, What, and Why of Universes

On the Importance of Axioms 1, 2, 4, and 9

  If your universe disregards the incremental, ignores time, has no beginning or end; and disrespects baryonic and dark energy and matter, it may be added to the pile of dysfunctional models.

 

Copyright 2012 - John M. Wilson

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