Πέμπτη, 27 Φεβρουαρίου 2014

9. (Paragraph 2.4.2) The eternally regenerative Universe.

2.4.2 The eternally regenerative Universe.

Buckminster Fuller (1895-1983) used to call our Universe the eternally regenerative Universe. 
It seems that the scientists of the 139 civilizations , estimate the age of the 3rd material density or resolution (matter made from protons, neutrons, electrons) being about 21 billion years old.
While the age of the Universe of about 21 trillion  years old. Notice that according the prevailing earthly cosmologists of the big bang theory, the big bang occurred about 13.798 ± 0.037 billion years ago  (see e.g. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_bang ), therefore both the age of the 3rd material density and Universe also would be about 13-14 billion years old.  But it seems that earthly cosmologists see with bias the Universe. For example they use to believe that entropy always increases.  Which is  provable mathematically only for ideal gasses, that is material systems where the only interaction of particles are those of collisions. On the other hand if this "gas"  we  set for its particles strong gravitational interactions, in other words these "particles" are stars and black holes, then it seems that it can again be proved mathematically and statistically that in this "gas" the entropy decreases, or it is unceasing-decreasing eternally. And of course universal attraction involves at least 3 layers of the material reality: a) the 2nd density that of celestial bodies  b) the 3rd density (the usual matter) and c) the 4th density or aether as "gravitational field". In other words a physical system of non-single layer of matter behaves much differently. The cosmologist in favor of the big-bang theory do not explain how by violating the "law of increase of entropy" , all matter was concentrated in such a small area of space at the start of the Big-bang. It seems that it is as if we see one side of the "coin" only. We should notce also that in more recent discoveries of cosmology, the very distance galaxies are......accelerating. My speculation is that a spiral-like surface-rotating torus , as the real shape and motion of the Universe, would give an explanation why distant galaxies accelerate, plus why there is a periodic phenomenon that ressambples the Big-bang, plus a period where    systematically the entropy is decreasing. Such a spiral torus motions is as in the next video




The same hypothesis would explain also why the 3rd material density would be so old, as 21 billion of years old, and why the Universe might be so  old as 21 trillion of years old. (many rotations of the torus , or many Big-bang like expansions and then contractions may have occurred since the creation of the 3rd density. In addition, the Universe contains may material layers or densities or resolutions, and not only the 3rd density. According to the information from the Andromedians a new material layer (The 12th, If our material layer is the 3rd) has been created since the decade of the 90's in the universe, through a simultaneous emission of a frequency from all black holes in the Universe. Maybe the 3rd material density was created also in a similar way, rather than through a big-bang.



The next simple model is how the cosmic manifold rotates as if a big supergalaxy. It is a model to substitute the theory of big-bang as start of everything. 

For this  periodic motion see also e.g. 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKtevjrZOGs

A three-dimensional steady-state vortex solution[edit]


Some of the flow lines along a Hopf fibration.
A nice steady-state example with no singularities comes from considering the flow along the lines of a Hopf fibration. Let r be a constant radius to the inner coil. One set of solutions is given by:
\begin{align}
        \rho(x, y, z) &= \frac{3B}{r^2 + x^2 + y^2 + z^2} \\
           p(x, y, z) &= \frac{-A^2B}{(r^2 + x^2 + y^2 + z^2)^3} \\
  \mathbf{v}(x, y, z) &= \frac{A}{(r^2 + x^2 + y^2 + z^2)^2}\begin{pmatrix} 2(-ry + xz) \\ 2(rx + yz) \\ r^2 - x^2 - y^2 + z^2 \end{pmatrix} \\
                    g &= 0 \\
                  \mu &= 0
\end{align}
for arbitrary constants A and B. This is a solution in a non-viscous gas (compressible fluid) whose density, velocities and pressure goes to zero far from the origin. (Note this is not a solution to the Clay Millennium problem because that refers to incompressible fluids where \rho is a constant, neither does it deal with the uniqueness of the Navier–Stokes equations with respect to any turbulence properties.) It is also worth pointing out that the components of the velocity vector are exactly those from the Pythagorean quadruple parametrization. Other choices of density and pressure are possible with the same velocity field: