The origin of the "universe"


             Dimensional Symmetry Field Formations

        The origin and formation of the physical and material universe
                                                                                                               Written by: Mark Maloney



Humanity once had to change the paradigm that the Earth was the center of the universe.  Now with elusive Relativity to Multiverse conceptualisms, it is time for another paradigm change. 



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Dimensional Symmetry Field Formations (DSFF) is entirely new physics and cosmology from the ground up.  It completely starts over at the beginning of the question, "What constitutes the spatial nature of the universe."

This new science only has one substance called Protospace, and one force called mono-magnetic attraction (Monomagneticattraction.)

Dimensional Symmetry Field Formations and Protospace starts with mechanically proving the origin of physical space (Protospace,) and then step-by-step goes through the entire mechanical formations (DSFF) generating force, motion, matter, energy, gravity, and magnetism that compose the totality of the material universe.

One substance with one force composing the totality of the universe, it does not get any simpler than that...


The origin of the physical universe

Part 1:  Protospace:


The ancient Greeks pondered the question of what composes the volume of space itself.  They noticed that ocean waves crashing on the shore broke up into tinier particles of water, and those particles could become even smaller as water mist.  They also noticed that rocks could be smashed into smaller bits and pieces, and those bits and pieces could be smashed into even smaller bits of dust.  When they burnt wood, it was reduced to smoke and ash.  They surmised that all things are made up of smaller and smaller constituents called particles.  When they contemplated what composed the volume of space, they naturally saw it as composed of particles; but the question always remained, what is between the particles?  The Greeks were never able to decipher the answer because they were looking at it all wrong; they thought space was made of smaller and smaller constituents, which could never have an end to what composed the space between the smaller constituents but even smaller constituents.  It was the same kind of problem they had with trying to decipher an absolute number for pi, they could calculate smaller and smaller fractions of pi, but they could not find an end to the possible division of fractions.  The Greeks did decipher the particle nature of things, but they were not able to decipher the nature of space.  They resolved to call the volume filling/composing space an aether.

What the Greeks failed to recognize is that the physical volume composing space cannot be particle based on any level without becoming a paradox.  The only solution to describing the phenomena of physical space is that it has to be a monolithic continuum to escape the particle paradox.  That is, that the physical volume of space has to be a single substantive entity to be rational.

The fabric of space obviously exists because we can see it, touch it, move through it, and measure it; the fabric of physical space is an undisputable tangible fact.  We see physical space everywhere we look out, and everywhere we look in.  Physical space makes up more than 99.99 percent of the universe.  Stars, planets, dust, and gas make up less than .01 percent of the cosmos.  The physical nature of space is the quintessential element of the universe.  Since space makes up the vast majority of the universe, its causation is paramount in understanding the physical nature composing the universe.

Space has to exist before particles can exist; this is because a particle needs space to exist within and to move about.  Without space to exist within, there is no place for a particle to exist.  As well, particles need space between them to be relative to one-another.  Without the physical volume of space, there can be no matter or energy; space (physical volume) is the stage or womb that allows particles to exist and interact with one-another.

So, what is space?  Absent of matter, energy, and gravity, space is simply a homogeneous continuum of height, width, and length composing a vast expanse of physical volume.  This vast expanse of physical volume before matter, energy, or gravity existed can simply be called "Protospace." 



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          Additional data on 'The origin of the Universe' can be found in the topics, "The nature of Technological Discovery," "The nature of "Time," "The nature of Light and Colors" or "DSFF."  As well, there is an enormous amount of data on the Internet with different perspectives.  Research and learn about what it is to be human, and why we 'believe and behave' as we do.  All you have to lose is ignorance.


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