Rules and Criteria for Successful Universe Formation

Goals of the Universe Formation Project

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Rules and Criteria

Rules and criteria for successful universe formation proposals require that each model:

1.         Uses scientific principles

2.         Is testable, at least in principle

3.         Accounts for all forms of matter and energy in the universe

4.         Accounts for the growth in the size of the universe

5.         Explains how the universe or its predecessors could start from nothing

6.         Accounts for the function of time within the universe, including the beginning and end of all universes

7.         Explains how any proposed exotic (theorized new and unknown) parts, functions, or forces needed to make the universe came into existence

8.         Explains the cause and effect of each phase of universe development or it must account for spontaneous events.


The Project Goals

The goals of the Universe Formation project are to use the criteria for successful universe formation in developing a model to:

1.         Determine the feasibility of describing the formation of universes:

A.        With contemporary knowledge of our universe

B.        By applying relativity, quantum physics, and other laws of science

2.         Propose axioms that are applicable to the formation of universes

3.         Develop a universe formation hypotheses explaining:

A.        The isolation of galaxy supercluster complexes beyond event horizons

B.        How consolidation occurs within supercluster complexes into gravitational singularities

C.        How acceleration of a singularity warps space

D.        The phase transition from singularity to big bang

            E.        How universes could have evolved from previous universes

F.         How a universe could start from nothing

4.         Develop a model of universe formation to determine if

            A.        The processes of our universe could represent a process used in all universe formation

            B.        The process is cyclic

5.         Find collaborators to refine the mathematical models and build computer simulations

6.         Evaluate the universe formation proposal through peer review and testing

7.         Educate both the scientific community and the public about plausible proposals of universe formation


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