Friday, June 15, 2007

Cosmologys' Standard Model In Crisis: A Solution Could Be 'Propagating Bubbles'

UPDATED July 22, '07 4:44 AM.

A 'bubble' or 'onion' theory of cosmology.

All matter has a field that emanates a continuously expanding series of bubbles (a propagating bubble), each in succession; related to the next, and the one before by a mathematical function - thus creating a linear mathematical quality (a Higgs field) related to all corresponding points of the wave propagation, like sun light - but in all wave lengths.

Thus, a quality is discernible, in the logic, in the form of a wave that is omnipresent in the universe - and thus ties quantum functions to observations of massive objects.

These interactions create new fields that will eventually cause the collapse of the universe. Or, in other words, the tension between all the meshing 'propagating bubbles' in the universe, is the depository of the missing energy in the standard model.

  • The Pioneer anomaly is a result of the meshing of the solar propagating bubble and the milky ways' galactic one.
  • The irreconcilable measurements we're getting from red shift observations in deep space, are the result of the effects of the meshing of the propagating bubble on some wavelengths, and differently on others.

The theory unifies all the forces by conditioning everything to their unique quantum functions as qualities of the propagating field which is universal.

Gravity in this model is effected over distance by these forces; thus gravity it is not instantaneous everywhere. Gravity is an insignificant force over distance, the meshing bubble propagation's, along
with gravity, determine how masses behave. (Gravity may be related more closely to spin and orbit, than mass.)

We need to uncover a function that describes this unifying quality of propagating waves, and their associated scalar waves, to get a true picture of deep space. Right now we suffer from a collective astigmatism.

A starting point to correct this vision problem, is to understand the properties that describe the universe, through proximate fields - like the interface of the oceans and the atmosphere, or the solar wind and the magnetosphere - the fields we know best.

We begin by mapping the medium of space, until we can see clearly enough to begin mapping space itself.

That's it. That's my synthesis.

The reading I did today gave me the term 'propagating waves' and 'scalar waves' which allowed me to visualize the thing, and
finally write this.

Thanks to 'RB' for the 'scalar' link.

Scalar Waves Source.

Figure this stuff out, and we all get 'hover cars'.

Hover Cars refers to an earlier Cosmology post at FilterBlogs:

NASA's Themis Rocket Blasting Off To Get Us 'Hover Cars'


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